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5 Ways To Make It Through A Recession
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We understand that times can be uncertain, and the possibility of a recession can be worrisome. That's why we're here to provide you with some financial steps you can take to help alleviate your worries and prepare yourself for any potential economic downturn. Build an emergency fund Having an emergency fund is crucial in times of uncertainty. It's recommended to have at least 3 to 6 months' worth of expenses saved up in case of job loss or unexpected expenses. This fund should be easily accessible, such as in a savings account. Pay down debt In times of recession, job...
The Benefits of Becoming a Notary as a Side Hustle
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In today's fast-paced world, it is no longer enough to rely on a single source of income. Many people are now looking for ways to earn extra income on the side, and becoming a notary is one such option. Notaries are authorized individuals who are appointed by the state government to witness and certify signatures on legal documents. While the job may sound mundane, it can be a great way to earn extra income as a side hustle. In this article, we will explore why becoming a notary is a good side hustle. First and foremost, becoming a notary is...
Struggling With Credit Card Debt?
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Credit card debt can be overwhelming and stressful, but the good news is there are several ways to pay it down. Here are five strategies that can help you get out of debt and regain control of your finances. Credit Cards Create a budget: One of the best ways to tackle credit card debt is by creating a budget. This will help you see where your money is going and determine...
The Worst Side Gigs During A Recession
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What Is Money?
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My Goal in writing this book is to make your child curious about what money is and how to manage it. The fact that financial literacy is not taught in the school system infuriates me, so with that being said, I hope at the end of this book, your child understands money and how to save, grow, & invest it. I hope they continue to research and ask questions to expand their knowledge of money.