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4 Ways to Prepare in Case of a Financial Emergency

by koku_jin
Nobody plans to lose a job or fall ill. But you can plan for unexpected events so they don’t topple your finances. 4 Ways to Prepare for a Financial Emergency Here’s what to do to prepare for a financial emergency so a sudden loss in income doesn’t bring you down. 1. Create an Emergency Fund Read and memorize: “A proactive move everyone should make to protect themselves from income loss, is [to] start an emergency fund with a goal of having six months of living expenses set aside,” said Ariel Ward, a financial adviser with Abacus Wealth Partners. Having a […]

32 Legitimate Ways to Make Money at Home

by koku_jin
Some of the links in this post are from our sponsors. We provide you with accurate, reliable information. Learn more about how we make money and select our advertising partners. So you’re looking for ways to make money from home… Join the crowd! Thanks to a genius invention called the internet, Americans are discovering more and more creative ways to cushion their bank accounts from the comforts of home. Not sure where to start? Pour yourself a cup of coffee (or glass of wine), and keep reading. How to Make Money From Home in 2019 If you’re looking to make […]

Social Media Icons: Free and Always Updated

by koku_jin
The post Social Media Icons: Free and Always Updated appeared first on Dustin Stout by Dustin W. Stout. The most meticulously updated and accurately crafted minimal social media icons on the internet. Now includes the newest Facebook icon! The most recent update to the icon set includes six updated icons as well as four completely new additions. But first, some backstory… I have a pet peeve. Okay fine, I’ve got more than one of them. One in particular has to do with social media icons. It may be silly, but I just can’t stand seeing outdated social media icons. It […]

Are You Ready for a Credit Card? These 4 Questions Will Help You Decide

by koku_jin
Credit cards: Good or evil? Whether you’ve shunned credit cards in the past for fear of diving into a debt oblivion or you can’t wait to score some sweet plastic freedom — and the accompanying perks — deciding to get your first credit card is a big decision. Or at least, it should be, according to Todd Christensen, an Accredited Financial Counselor and education manager with MoneyFit.org.   “I always recommend people understand they need to be ready for credit before they just go out and apply,” he said. “I’m not a fan of credit for credit’s sake.” The Credit […]