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Taking The Risk Out Of Those Risky Funding Ventures

TweetThere are two kinds of investors. There are those who read the market and react to data that shows them the right way to make safe bets. Then there are those who supports ideas and people, who grow the economy and see potential. The latter of those can make serious money from investing in businesses. But there are ways you
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A Little Extra Cash Can Change a Lot: How to Earn More Money on the Side

TweetMost of us aren’t entirely satisfied with our regular income. There’s always that nagging feeling that we would be happy if we just earned a little more. And adding a small amount of extra money to your regular income can have a huge impact. It makes your monthly spending budgets that bit more comfortable. Your disposable income will increase, meaning
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What I learned from T. Harv Eker

TweetA week ago I had the chance to attend the Millionaire Mind Intensive held in New Jersey. This was my second time attending the event. I had attended earlier in the year and I was glad to get a phone call that they would be returning back to New Jersey. One thing I appreciate about the Millionaire Mind Intensive Events,
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The Difference in Linear Vs. Leverage Income

TweetIn the previous post I included an infograph that showed 200 Ways that you can Generate an Income Online,  which motivated me to write this post because  I wanted to describe how some of the techniques listed on the infograph are leveraged income sources.  Personally I would rather have several sources of income that are leverage than working to pursue
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How US Federal workers can generate an income during the US Shutdown

TweetIt’s  been 15 days since the US Shutdown and with many federal employees who are furloughed or working but not receiving a paycheck, these families are beginning to feel the financial pressures of not being able to make ends meet.   If a family is without an emergency savings account to cover an unexpected financial lost, for example this US Shutdown
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