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Month: September 2016

Small Choices Don’t Just Matter, They’re Everything

You’ve always put cream and sugar in your coffee, but today is different.

You went to put that second spoonful of sugar, and you stopped halfway through.

You only put one and a half today. You’re not sure why, and you’re not sure if it matters. It does.

It matters more than you would ever know. That half of a spoonful could change your life, if you let it.

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How to Recover Financially After an Accident

Accidents happen to the best of us. Some are relatively painless, others are incredibly painful — not just in the emotional or physical sense but in the financial sense as well.

Take car accidents, for example. Even a minor fender bender can set your finances back months or even years.

How are you supposed to get back on track after an accident wipes out your emergency fund, increases your insurance, and leaves you holding what will likely be a substantial bill?

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5 Quick Fixes That Will Give You A Huge ROI When You Sell Your House

For one reason or another, after spending several years to decades in your current home, you may feel that the time is right to move on; maybe to a new neighborhood, a bigger house or even a smaller one.

The most important thing at this point is to get the best return on investment on your house.

Home improvement has, more often than not, proved to be the difference between a modest return and the handsome return that you expect.

You may need to invest on a few fixes around your home to spruce it up.

Here are five quick fixes that will do well to add value to your house and ensure a huge return.

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Money and Productivity: Weekend Reading

Here’s the latest and greatest articles I’ve found this week.

I’ve enjoyed adding the “in the news” section for the most part.

I’ve never “enjoyed” reading the news, because it’s always so negative.

You may see some slightly negative articles listed, but I try to stick with the positive.

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