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Casual Money Talk Jun 19
Would you rather: make $150,000 a year doing a job you hate or make $50,000 a year working on your passion project?
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CC Jun 20
My spending habits changed when I started thinking about purchases in terms of hours worked. So the shoes cost $250. Say I make $50/ hr that’s 5 hours of work??! errrr... no thanks! Most shoes aren’t worth 5 HRs of my hard work! Try it.
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Street One Jun 22
A potentially expensive purchase may feel relevant on the spot. Sleep on it before you decide to avoid any regrets.
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The Intentional Landlord Jun 20
I've almost completed our net worth calculation (I think) and happy to announce that we only need $1,081,000 (and change) to go to become bonafide millionaires. 🤘🤑
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Alfred Cardenas Jun 18
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freddy smidlap Jun 21
i gotta figure out this hashtag rubbish
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Nebula Webinars 11h
What is your number one personal finance tip?
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Aparna | Elementum Money Jun 20
Had deleted the FB app from my phone and now out went Instagram. Let's see how long this self-imposed social media fast lasts. Twitter is still my connecting cord to the PF world!
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EduCounting Jun 19
Did you know? Financial literacy is more important than ever? You need to know more about money than ever before. Subscribe to EduCounting and get updates about financial literacy. Click here for more details!
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Millennial Money Man Jun 18
How To Be Awesome At Handling Money With Your Spouse
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Early Retirement '19 Jun 17
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State Bank of India Jun 19
Open your Digital Savings Account, with YONO by SBI and step into the digital universe of banking. Download:
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Denver Community CU Jun 22
When connecting to public wifi, folllow these tips to keep your financial & personal info secure. Remember to log out of accounts & never conduct financial transactions on an unsecured network. via
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Wedel Rahill, CPA's Jun 21
Day 2 of personal finance apps is . A great app for the traveler to keep track of receipts, miles and time for billing clients.
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Ben Jun 20
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goddess 30m
instead of wasting time, waste your money on me (: venmo, cash app and paypal only
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BudgetPlan App Jun 18
“It’s amazing how fast later comes when you buy now!” — Milton Berle
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Advisor Near Me Jun 18
People don't understand management fees. Your financial advisor who charges you 2% fees and gives a 6% return takes 33% of your money! 33%!
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The Frugal Convert Jun 21
I just finished drafting my presentation to start pitching for guest speaker spots. I’m so excited for this step, it was long overdue. Wish me luck!
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Financial Lituation Jun 18
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