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Feb

26

2015

Matt Mason’s Interview With Mint.com

 

Personal Finance Blogs - Matt Mason's Mint.com Interview

Recently I was contacted about doing an expert interview as part of the Personal Finance Interview Series on Mint.com. I really appreciated the opportunity. Below is the discussion that took place. The dialogue was on “Why You Need To Invest.” However the interview was much more comprehensive than that.

Among subjects discussed were; common mental stumbling blocks in personal finance, what aspect of personal finance everyone should know, why debt is so pervasive in today’s society and how to avoid it, what trends in personal finance we should keep and eye on, and much more.

Matt Mason's Mint.com Interview

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Feb

25

2015

Some Local Governments Make Collecting Rainwater Illegal

 

Living Off The Grid – Collecting Rainwater Illegal?

Are you looking to save some money by growing your own garden, or harvesting rainwater? If so, the “International Government” may shut you down because they consider you a threat… to yourself of course. And the government wants to protect you from yourself.

Consider the case of Robin Speronis who was booted from her home because she would not hook up to the municipal water supply, or Gary Harrington who was thrown in jail for collecting rainwater. These clips have some very interesting and disturbing info about what is going on in our society today.

 

Feb

2

2015

Do You Need A Financial Expert?

A lot of people out there may be interested in hiring someone to do their finances for them, but they are not sure which way to turn. Then there are others who are not in the least bit looking toward getting any financial help.

Either way, I would urge everybody to consider this material, because I think that this has an important message that pinpoints one of the underlining issues on why people may need financial assistance in the first place.

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Feb

2

2015

Being Bamboozled Out of Property Taxes?


 
http://www.freedommentor.com/property… Are you paying too much in property taxes?

If you own a home, or own a property, then you pay property tax. But are you paying too much? There is a good chance that you are. But how do you know?

In this video, Phil Pustejovsky (of freedommentor.com) shows how property taxes are calculated, how local governments work, why you may be paying more property tax than you should and (most importantly) what you can do about it.

Jan

10

2015

Robert Kiyosaki Network Marketing Richdad financial freedom now

Robert Kiyosaki the famous Richdad author uncovers some secrets of the wealthy. This is a great introduction on how pertinent it is to develop and build sales skills. Escape of the rat race now!

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Originally posted 2012-10-23 16:04:43.

Jan

10

2015

Rich People Get Welfare!

 
 


 
Billionaires On Government Subsidies

We’ve all been taught that our government controls and regulates corporations. But the truth is the exact opposite. Corporations control government, the government’s money, and where it goes.

Many individuals are upset about welfare. They are upset because they feel that their “hard earned” money is subsidizing individuals who they deem to be lazy and shiftless. But those people would be really upset if they knew that poor people don’t receive that much welfare. Rich people do!

In the above clip, David Cay Johnson (author of “Free Lunch”) explains how big business billionaires (like sports franchise owners) use YOUR TAX MONEY to derive most if not all of their profits. Check out this shocking information!

Originally posted 2013-11-10 15:49:10.

Jan

10

2015

Earning Money On The Side – How To Make College More Affordable

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Being at college can be expensive and for many people getting a part-time job that pays well is tricky. If you are at college you might be interested in earning some extra money on the side, so take a look our ideas on how to make college more affordable for you.

Tutoring

This is one of the most obvious ways in which you can boost your cash flow from home. There are so many people who are looking for good tutors that they can afford and you can take advantage of this. Get the word out there that you can tutor people and you could be pleasantly surprised at how much interest this generates for your services. You can get the word out by joining specialist tutoring sites online or simply by visiting your local CV and speaking to its head teacher.

Blogging

This is a method that does not cost you anything but your time to set up. You can join affiliate programs and start blogging about products and services. If your blog encourages the people who read it to go to the site of the affiliate product you are promoting and they make a sale or join the site you will get a commission. If you do this enough times you could be earning some serious money. Most blogging platforms are free to join, as are affiliate programs, and providing you have a good blog that people want to read your earning potential could be substantial.

Renting out your driveway

If you have a home that has its own driveway or garage that does not get used you could start to make money from it. This is even easier if you go to a university in a city where parking is difficult or close to a stadium or arena where live events and sporting activities take place. People are always looking for parking spaces in these areas and you could rent yours out per event or for a week, month or year at a time. It’s a great way to subsidize the cost of your college accommodation.

Writing

If you can write, do web coding, are a Photoshop expert or can work remotely in office admin you can decide to advertise your services online. You will be able to find many different freelancing websites where you will be able to make money from the skills that you already have. This is a method of earning more money that so many people are joining in with right now and you could too.

Couch Surfing

With people from all over the world traveling to different countries there are a lot of them who want to be able to find very cheap accommodation. This is where couch surfing comes in. If you have a place to sleep in your home that someone traveling could use you can advertise it online. You can then charge that person a small amount to stay in your home for one or two nights. Being in college it’s unlikely you’ll have a spare room but you will probably have a spare sofa where you could be earning $10 to $15 per night through allowing travelers to sleep on it.

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Originally posted 2012-11-20 00:36:05.

Jan

10

2015

Federal Housing Finance Agency Stops Home Ownership!


 
Ladies and Gentlemen: The Federal Housing Finance Agency is supposed to be there to preserve home ownership in America. However, the FHFA is “subsidizing” something that has nothing to do with someone owning a home.

In this clip, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) puts the FHFA on blast and questions why we follow a policy that profits the U.S. Government billions of dollars, often at the expense of home ownership.

Dec

15

2014

30 Ways To Save Gas

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Brought to you by Consumer Reporter, Asa Aarons. This video contains tips on how to save gas money. And while each way may save you a small amount, using all of them can add up to significant savings.

Car maintenance, air filter, do it yourself, check for error / damages, winter summer tires, junk in trunk, fill up when cold, shade, lighter color/colored car, park in shade, tight, recommended gas, air conditioning, better milage, speed limit, wasting, weave, wheels, discount, 3 days before holiday, wait until near empty, member beniefts, credit cards, cash, public transportation

Originally posted 2013-10-26 21:55:12.

Dec

15

2014

Don’t Raise Broke Children!

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All of us that have kids want the absolute best for our children. We want them to have a better life than us. This is often the case in finance. But the problem is that we often don’t know how to teach our kids money. So we leave it up to “chance.” And “changes are” that just won’t work.

On this episode of On The Money, Maria Lukban talks about how and when to teach our kids about money. She also speaks briefly on In Trust Accounts and elaborates on other methods for teaching children personal finance.

Originally posted 2013-09-08 18:03:04.



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