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Re: Hello new members!

Bonnie Squires ·
I'm new here. We just scaled our house down. Moved from a house that was 2100 square feet up and down in the basement and a hough lot to a little over 1,000 square feet. The house is only 703 square feet We will own this in 10 years instead of 30 years. Next year we will be down to 2 kids hubby and myself and 2 my be 3 dogs. I'm looking to pay my credit cards off and my home. I'm disabled and so my husband. I'm his care taker and i do get paid for this. But looking for some side hustles to...
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Re: Who taught you your most important money lesson and what was it?

Moore Income ·
Good question. I personally view tithing as giving back a portion to God in thankfulness for what He has given me. Therefore I would apply the principle of paying myself first after tithe. For those of us who do this, it means we have to learn to live off of only 80% of what we earn instead of 90% but I think it is a good way to learn to live below our means. And if you practice the principle of tithing first, you can trust God's promises in His Word to take care of those who holds Him in ...
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Re: Hello new members!

BeckAtsila ·
I'm disabled, too, and I've found mystery shopping to be an excellent source of income. I also write and proofread. I don't know about your SSDI status, but you might want to look into an ABLE account so you don't get penalized for saving money.
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Re: Hello new members!

Deon Christie ·
There are endless ways to generate a little on the side @MissyD . But you have to take extra care, especially on a tight budget. One tip I can offer is to always be sure whatever you're planning to purchase in an attempt to make some money online. Comes with a full refund guarantee, because there are way too many copy/paste marketers these days. If they do not offer a money back guarantee, then they may not have quite enough confidence in the offer. And neither should you. I'm a blogger and...
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Re: What is the worst financial advice you've ever received?

Duane ·
The worst advice I ever got was to go with a debt settlement company! My experience with what I thought was going to be a help, ended up being a nightmare. My credit was ruined, and my creditors had no patience with me, when they found out, I had chosen a debt settlement company. It was one of the worst experiences of my life, and caused me extreme stress and discomfort!! The lesson I learned was that there is no short cut to paying one’s bills, and that if a medical emergency comes up, and...
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Re: Imagine you find $100 on the ground. What would you do?

layitlo ·
It wasn't listed but it depends on where it is found. If I couldn't find the owner then my choice would stand. But the money could be someones grocery money and what they need to take care of their kid. So finding the owner should be a choice in the survey too.
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Re: Head of household

Christi ·
I know this year things have changed, and you only rec a 500 credit for an adult dependent, not a whole deduction. I am not sure if there is another way around this, but I suspect that if they file for their self and have insurance they might get a better refund, next year when Obama care penalty is retracted this will change again.
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Re: If Money Was No Object, Where Would You Travel and Why?

mintjulep ·
I have always wanted to see the Northern Lights......and I don't particularly care where I go to see them, tho Norway or Finland would be nice! I spent some summer vacations in Minnesota, and family would talk about the lights......a winter phenomenon.....and I remember how in awe I was of the photos and newscasts I saw back then.
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Re: If Money Was No Object, Where Would You Travel and Why?

Deon Christie ·
Excellent suggestion @mintjulep . Although I would very much like to also see the Northern lights. I'm rather deterred by the drop in temperature. I get cold easily, what can I say?
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Re: Resumes

Mary G ·
I’m a health care recruiter with over 40 yrs of HR experience. Here’s what’s important, keep your resume to 1 page, be concise with the info provided. Don’t waste resources having someone create your resume. There’s lots of examples of resume formats on the internet...good luck!!
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Re: Would you rather have $1,000,000 today, or a penny a day that doubles in value every day for the next 30 days?

Kaitlyn ·
Since we're speaking compound interest, If the penny would double in 30 days, then I'll take the 1 million dollars keep 100,000 to take care of some things then put the rest into a savings account and watch that double. I'll get more over time with a million dollars than with a penny.Haha nice try.😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
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Re: Would you rather have $1,000,000 today, or a penny a day that doubles in value every day for the next 30 days?

Shirley ·
Either way would work depends on if you need the money right away or not. Someone said take the million and invest some of it to get more money. Use the rest to take care of what needs to be taken care of now. That does sound good for someone who needs the money now. If you can wait then the pennies and do the same thing spend and invest.
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Re: Hello new members!

Martha R Lopez ·
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Re: Hello new members!

Bonnie Squires ·
MARTHA R LOPEZ I'm disabled but because my husband did all the work and i staid home with the kids i had no credits to get disability . So I got SSI which is like welfare for people who are disable,children can get ssi to. The thing is I've been taking care of my husband since he became disable. Now I get paid for taking care of him for the last 2 years. Since I work they take from both our SSI that we get. A married couple can only make a little over $1,000 dollars well my gross income is...
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Re: What's the best way to teach kids about money?

tg ·
When my son (now 32) was 2 he was constantly asking me to buy things at the checkout (candy and junk at kids eye level.) I solved it and helped him learn about money in one swoop. We gave him an allowance - $0.50 a week. To earn that he had to do one age appropriate chore (which he picked and agreed to do.) Other chores around the house were also done, "because he was part of the family." Each week he received his allowance and had 2 piggy banks, he had to deposit a quarter into each of...
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Re: Hello all

LYLIM ·
Have you thought of providing before and/or after school care for a few kids with working parents?
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Re: This week in… The Penny Hoarder Community

Jo Ann ·
Starting making extra income by accident I volunteered to help out a friend to house sit and take care of their pets. I didn’t know the family. I’m retired, did not ask for money or expect to be paid, sense it was my friends neighbor, but was paid very nicely. So from there word of mouth I’m a very busy house/pet sitter, and I love it.
 
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