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Most of us think that a higher income would improve matters in our financial lives. It could potentially help — as long as you don’t let lifestyle inflation drain away your excess income.
Being self-employed comes with a number of perks, and many people are turning toward self-employment in the face of a still-difficult economy and with the help of better technology.
Many of us experience a point in life in which we have more bills than income. Debt might be piling up, and you also have other bills, like rent and insurance, to cover.
This is a guest post from Richard Adams he is a UK-based frugality blogger. You can follow his experiments in saving money and reaching financial independence over at Frugality Magazine.
Welcome to the 9th blog income and stats recap of MMYW! Once again I am ashamed to admit that I spent very little time growing those blogs, although I did grow up the queue of posts a bit, I spent too little time promoting the content.
There are times when the right investment in yourself can also yield financial benefits. Here are 3 self-improvement ideas that can help your finances in the long run:
Is the new freelance economy such a bad thing? It depends on what you make of it. I’ve found some silver linings to the new freelance economy — at least the way it’s affected my family where I live in the United States.
If the idea of blogging and online writing stirs your interest, then Miranda Marquit’s new book, Confessions of a Professional Blogger, is the book to read.