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What social media site you use or are on?

Bonnie Squires
Hello every one. I was wondering what social media site you use or are on. How do you use your social media accounts? I've twitter which i've not used in a long time. Facebook I use at least once a day or more for family and friends and use to use it for business. Linkedin I don't use to much. I know there a couple other ones just can't think of them.Read More...
DEON CHRISTIE thats goodRead More...
It's quite hard to keep up @Bonnie Squires . Which is why I use auto posting tools like Buffer. But I have a lot of work before my next post scheduling period.Read More...
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What are some good books to read?

Bonnie Squires
Hello every one. I'm looking for some good books to read. Looking for any thing that will help me save money, make money or just help me out. Thank you for your helpRead More...
@Bonnie Squires I would definitely check the library first. They are pretty popular books so you never know. Next I would check any local thrift shops. I have bought a book online only to kick myself when I found it at the thrift store for a 1/4 the price only a couple days later. (Which I bought of course) If that doesn't work, I would recommend checking out Thrift Books . They get those books in and if they run out, they will usually replenish their stock before too long. The books are...Read More...
MOORE INCOME thank you i'll look and see if i can find them online. I don't think our library has them but i'll check them out see if they are thereRead More...
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Reading suggestion: I do what I do

Recently i was reading a book written by the economist and the former Governor of Reserve Bank of India Dr Raghuram G.Rajan, which is worth to be read for once atleast. The book has been published by Harper Collins in the year of 2017 is a collection of experiences gained by him during his reign .So it has a collection of all the speeches delivered by him in the respective forum as the Governor of Reserve Bank of India. The chapter which interested me more is about the demonetisation views...Read More...
Please do read the same .. and share your views as well..Read More...
Please do read and share your views about the same ..Read More...
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Reading Goals

Moore Income
I have so many books in my library that I have purchased (mostly financial topics) that I have been telling myself I need to read but just haven't gotten to yet. Because of this, and also because I believe the saying "Readers are Leaders", I have made it a goal this year to read at least 2 books a month. I completed this goal in January by reading " How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnige & " Sell or Be Sold" by Grant Cardone For February, I have already read "The...Read More...
I've never made any specific reading goals but I enjoy reading and with new Fire it is making it much easier. I have read 6 books in January and 5 books in February. Doesn't look as promising for March as I have 1 read as of today and 1 waiting for me....... Library here is part of Hoopla and I have found that morning is the best time to check out new book as by noon most days they have met the number of checkouts for the day. Trying to stick with books that teach me something new...Read More...
I do not have specific reading goals, but I read and write all of the time. As a blogger and a poet, it is important to constantly be honing my craft and keep learning in general. However, I have a book ownership goal: Read and sort through/donate enough books to make it possible for all of them to fit on my bookshelves. Nice sources for free or inexpensive books: OnlineBookClub. They provide books in their daily gift card giveaway contests (Reading samples of or downloading the books they...Read More...
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Podcasts, anyone?

Theodora
Hey, Penny Hoarders! Would love your recos on favorite personal finance podcasts. Fire away..I'm all ears.Read More...
Hi Theodora, My recommendation is more along the lines of developing a lifestyle that saves you money! The Minimalists is a wonderful podcast that helps you reshape your views on stuff and why we feel the need to buy it. The two hosts are funny and engaging. Let me know what you think about it!Read More...
I just saw this shared on The Penny Hoarder blog, there is a nice list to choose from! https://www.thepennyhoarder.co...st-finance-podcasts/Read More...
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Intro to Investing Resources

Theodora
Anyone have any easy, approachable guides to recommend for beginning investors?Read More...
@Theodora I have run across them. Can't say I have looked into them much although I do plan to in the near future. Currently I am investing in Rich Uncles which is a real estate trust that focuses on purchasing commercial buildings and student housing. It is a great place to get started and the returns are decent with Rich Uncles. Fundrise is definitely on my watch list though!Read More...
Thank you @Moore Income ! Real estate is definitely an area of interest for me as well. Have you looked at Fundrise at all? A really interesting model.Read More...
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