How Not to Lose Sleep Over Debt 

The average American household has more than $137,000 worth of debt, and about 1 in 11 Americans say they don’t think they will ever be completely debt-free. This is a starling number when we also consider the rising cost of living, the high cost of student loan forbearance, and steep credit card interest rates. Is all of this debt contributing to sleep loss? 
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Making Money with Airbnb

The travel and tourism business is one of the largest and most lucrative in the world. With so many people traveling for both business and pleasure, the demand for places to stay and to accommodate travelers of all demographics in nearly every community has increased exponentially.  Airbnb is a San Francisco based startup, with an overall worth of $38 Billion, now operates with more listings than...
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The Importance Of Understanding Your Financial Situation Before Taking Out a Loan

With more individuals more deeply in debt than ever before, and with so many different options available for consumer credit, it is important for people to understand what their financial situation is. While it can sometimes be stressful or nausea-inducing to read through financial statements or to look at your bank account balance, being aware of where you are financially is always important.
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What to Do With a Car That Doesn’t Run

You love your car, and you hate to see it sit in your driveway all run down and dilapidated. At the same time, you know that repairing it would cost too much and simply wouldn’t be worth the investment. So why let it sit there and rot when you can get money for your old vehicle?
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Five Money Lessons from Joejuan Williams

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There are five lessons to be learned from Joejuan Williams’ money mastery. He lives off 10% of his multimillion-dollar income, and I’m not sure I’ve ever been more proud of a stranger. Learn good habits early Joejuan Williams credits a finance course he took in high school that helped him form his good practices as a millionaire. He learned about 401(k) plans, certificates of deposits,...
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