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MMarquit
Financial journalist, freelance writer, money expert, author of Confessions of a Professional Blogger.
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Luke Mayville 19h
Will Idaho legislators and learn from Arkansas’ failed experiment with work requirements? Work requirements are not the Idaho way; they’re the Arkansas way. They failed in Arkansas and they would certainly fail in Idaho.
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10th Annual Plutus Awards 17h
Thankful for the first set of partners for the 10th Annual ! Thank you for your support. Learn more here:
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MMarquit 21h
Love the discussions around It can be tough to talk about it, though. Join to have these conversations in a safe (and beautiful) environment. Excited to be a part of this bold money event for bold women! Save $50 w/code MIRANDA
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MMarquit Jan 15
No matter the time of year, you can use this process to help you set more effective via
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MMarquit Jan 15
I'm a huge fan of outsourcing. Setting up business systems is kind of like that. Here's why (and how!) to create business systems that work for you.
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MMarquit Jan 14
Oh hey. I'm writing for now. Check out my latest. It's all about the things you're wasting time on — and what you should be doing instead to grow your business
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MMarquit Jan 14
Excited to be talking at the Lola Retreat next month. Join me and plenty of other amazing women as we tackle financial empowerment.
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Luke Mayville Jan 13
"...the elephant in the room: Idahoans overwhelmingly approved Proposition 2, and Bonneville County saw one of the highest passage rates in the state — garnering more votes than the legislators elected." Excellent column by !
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Remote Bliss Jan 12
How to Write a Cover Letter That Works: 13 Expert Tips
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Rebecca Safier Jan 12
7 time-wasters to avoid when starting a business via
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MMarquit Jan 11
Want to go to school, but can only go part-time? The good news is that there's financial aid available. What you need to know: via
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MMarquit Jan 11
As we move into the , consider adding gratitude into your financial plan.
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MMarquit Jan 11
A lot of people ask me about how works. Here's a primer I wrote for FinanceBuzz:
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MMarquit Jan 11
Ever wondered about the difference between a statement balance and your current balance? I get a little nerdy here. via
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Couple Money Podcast Jan 11
4 Ways to Deal if You Want to Be Debt-Free but Your Partner Keeps Spending - so many wonderful tips - great job Jen !
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MMarquit Jan 11
Got ? I was able to get a no-interest payment plan for my own hospital experience, and it help a lot. Here's what you need to know about medical debt. <-- I talk first about non-consolidation ways to deal with the debt, though.
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MMarquit Jan 10
For many people, a new year means a fresh attack on debt. If you're thinking about it, here's what the experts say about using debt consolidation. It's not for everyone, but it does work to help some folks become
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MMarquit Jan 10
Trying to ? Debt consolidation might be one option. Here's what you need to know about its potential impact on your credit. via
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Beverly Harzog Jan 10
A6: Track your spending. I like , but there are others. And don't give up everything you love. Give yourself treats (not splurges!) to stay motivated.
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Chris Taylor Jan 10
A6: When tempted to buy something, give it a day or two. Often that immediate urge will go away
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