How to Make $100 in One Day

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So, we have another week of you trying to make some extra cash? Since you wanted a few more tips we have decided to make an abridged version. How to make $100 in one day. Simple things you can do to make Benjamin Franklin your best buddy. While the tips from last week can help you, most of them take a little preparation to complete. But, we know not everyone is Batman, you need money and you need it...
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How To Make $200 in One Day

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Right now, you are probably zoning out while at work watching YouTube. Sitting at your desk or in the break room trying to figure how to make quick cash. When will the higher powers give you that payday? So, we are going to show you how to make $200 in one day. Sadly, the answer is probably never. That is not how the universe works. In fact, that will stop you from making $200 in one day. Luckily...
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What is The Difference Between Rich and Poor?

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Have you ever been poor? We are not talking about not being able to fill your tank one week. Rather, we are talking about choosing whether or not you can make your gas stretch so you can eat that week. That is a loose definition of what is like to be poor on a day-to-day basis. This raises the question, what is the difference between rich and poor? Of course, you have the obvious reason, one person...
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Debt.com Rescues Olympian Ryan Lochte With Blockbuster Financial Deal

The United States truly is a place of second chances. U.S. swimmer, Ryan Lochte, suffered a devastating upset in the Olympic games at Rio de Janerio. While the seasoned athlete didn’t disappoint in the pool, he was charged with filing a false report. After lying on record about an incident that occurred at a gas station, the decorated swimmer was lambasted by the media, penalized by the United...
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How to Plan for School if You Want to Go Back

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Going back to school can be a pricey proposition. The cost to attend a four-year post-secondary institution in pursuit of a degree averaged $8,700 for the 2015/2016 school year. That was for a full-time student, and obviously these costs can vary widely, depending upon whether you attend a local community college or a private institution. Planning to go back to school isn’t just as simple as choosing...
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