Realistic Ideas for Diversifying Your Income Streams

With a new year underway I have been thinking a lot about the need to diversify my income streams.¬† While my near-term ability to continue full-time working status remains good, I’ve become heavily dependent on my full-time job for income. Not all of that is my fault. I can thank declining savings and dividend rates for knocking down a good …

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7 Critical Household Tasks to Perform Every Six Months

A lot of work goes into maintaining a home. In addition to everyday tasks like vacuuming, sweeping, mopping and dusting, there are certain tasks that should be done at least a few times per year. It’s easy to overlook these kinds of things or to let them slide, but you can avoid this by creating a biannual to-do list, setting …

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7 Best Low-Cost Ways To Learn About Investing

Investing is the art of putting your money to work for you, and at the very least, you should know the basics of this useful skill. The issue is that investing seems like an enormous amount of work, and to someone who has not done it before, it looks quite intimidating. The truth is that investing is like anything else, …

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5 Best Bug Out Vehicles

When the worst happens and the world falls apart, there are many preparations that must be made ahead of time if you want to survive. Lots of people like to take steps to ensure that their homes are prepared to keep them safe in the event of a disaster, but there are times when you will have no choice but …

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15 Survival Items To Keep In Your Car During Winter

Car trouble is expensive and stressful any time of year, but winter can also make it dangerous. ¬†Many stories are shared each winter of drivers being stranded for hours, even overnight, on an interstate. Preparing an emergency kit in your car can save you time, money and, possibly, your life. Here are few things to consider storing in your trunk, …

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