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  • Review
    3 days ago
    by kxh
    +20 +1

    Thomas Piketty's new book uses data to trace how inequality changes ideology

    In the same way that Capital in the Twenty-First Century transformed the way economists look at inequality, Piketty’s new book Capital and Ideology will transform the way political scientists look at their own field.

  • Current Event
    2 weeks ago
    by larylin
    +17 +1

    The camp that makes future millionaires

    In a rented room in a church in an upmarket Toronto suburb, Hasina Lookman is running through various stock market indices at a rapid clip. “Tell me about volume,” she asks, then follows up with an explanation of market capitalisation. Her listeners, clearly engaged, appear eager to weigh-in on what might cause a stock’s value to fluctuate.

  • Expression
    4 months ago
    by vitaldollar
    +1 +2

    30+ of the Best Weekend Jobs to Make Extra Money

    If you're looking to make some extra money on top of a full-time job or a busy schedule, a weekend job may be the perfect solution. Here you'll find details on the best weekend jobs that will help you to make extra money without interfering with your existing responsibilities. Some of the options listed here (in no particular order) are more typical jobs where you would be working as an employee. Others would involve freelancing or providing some type of service. Most of these options will allow you to start making money pretty quickly, but there are a few that

  • How-to
    4 months ago
    by YourMoneyGeek
    +3 +2

    6 Basic Steps on How to Invest Money (The Smart Way)

    How to Invest Money: These basic steps on how to invest your money are proven and easy-to-follow and straightforward. This takes 5 minutes to read, but worth your time.

  • How-to
    4 months ago
    by vitaldollar
    +1 +2

    10 Best Ways to Get Paid to Surf the Web

    When comes to different ways of making money, does it get any better than getting paid to surf the web? You're already searching and browsing anyway, so why not make some extra money while you're at it? In this article, we'll look at the best realistic ways to get paid for surfing the web. Now, to be completely up front, you're not going to get rich from these methods. There are many other side hustle ideas that give you the potential to make more money, but there are a few very enticing reasons to consider the options listed on this

  • Analysis
    4 months ago
    by cmalds
    +13 +2

    The 7 most crucial money lessons to learn before age 30, according to a Harvard grad who was raised in poverty and now runs a personal finance site

    They say that 30 is the new 20 — and from a financial standpoint, it certainly looks that way. It used to be common to work your way through college and graduate at 22, debt-free, and immediately start saving for a down payment on your home. It's virtually impossible to do that now, since the cost of tuition has increased nearly 8x faster than wages have over the past 30 years.

  • Analysis
    2 months ago
    by junglman
    +11 +1

    The 70-year-old retiree who became America’s worst counterfeiter

    How a mystery man produced thousands of the ugliest counterfeit $1 bills ever made — and eluded federal agents for more than a decade.

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by RyanAYD
    0 +1

    How To Get Out Of Debt Living Paycheck To Paycheck - Arrest Your Debt

    Get out of debt once and for all by following these simple steps. If you live paycheck to paycheck, there is still hope for you to become debt free!

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by vitaldollar
    0 +1

    How to Sell on Amazon FBA – The Complete Guide to Starting a Private Label Brand

    Amazon is the world's largest retailer, and it is only getting bigger. The good news for anyone looking to make money online is that Amazon allows third-party sellers to reach its massive audience by selling products on their site. That means there are endless possibilities and huge income potential. Selling on Amazon means many different things to different people: You could sell used items that you buy at yard sales and thrift stores. You could buy products on sale at retail stores and re-sell them for higher prices on Amazon (known as retail arbitrage). You could buy products wholesale and

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by vitaldollar
    0 +1

    Living Off Dividends: How to Use Passive Income to Cover Your Expenses

    Being able to live off of our investments is a dream for many of us. No need to rely on working for income, and not even needing to withdraw money from your investments would be the ultimate in terms of financial freedom. Although it is a dream, it's also a realistic possibility with the right combination of time and discipline. In this article, we'll look at all of the details that surround the topic of investing for dividends and ultimately getting to the point of living off dividends. What Are Dividends? When a company has a profit, it can reinvest

  • Analysis
    2 months ago
    by RyanAYD
    +1 +1

    Financial and Life Lessons from Independence Day (1996 Film)

    Today is July 4th, and all across America, families will be celebrating our nation's independence. Hopefully, you have the day off from work and can enjoy some beautiful weather, good food, and a cold drink of your choice. When you think of the 4th of July, you usually think of children waving sparklers, barbecues, and fireworks. Besides the Americana mentioned above, you may also think of the movie Independence Day, where we celebrate Will Smith and Jeff Goldbloom fighting; not just for the nation's, but the world’s independence. Never one to pass up an opportunity to combine finance and science fiction,

  • Current Event
    2 months ago
    by takai
    +4 +1

    Walmart heir Jim Walton donates $1.2B of his fortune, report says

    Walmart heir Jim Walton is giving away more than $1 billion of his fortune, joining other billionaires who recently announced they were giving a portion of their wealth to philanthropy. 

  • Expression
    2 months ago
    by semiretireplan
    Expression
    +1 +1

    A Dollar Saved Isn’t the Same as a Dollar Earned

    Getting your savings rate to your goal, or increasing it even further, can feel daunting. If you are just getting by on your take home pay now, there’s no way you could afford to save more… right? Well, if you’re saving through paycheck withholding into a pre-tax/tax deductible account (like a traditional IRA, 403b, 457, and most 401(k) plans), the extra savings might not hit your budget as hard as you would expect.

  • Expression
    2 months ago
    by semiretireplan
    Expression
    0 +1

    The Neurological Power Behind the Debt Snowball — and How It Can Change Your Life

    Have you heard us personal finance bloggers mention a guy named Dave Ramsey? If so, your mental image is probably of a bald man cutting up credit cards and shouting about a snowball system, baby steps, and the Financial Peace University program. While we would all agree that it’s preferable to not be in debt, the specifics are controversial, including the debt snowball payoff method.

  • Expression
    2 months ago
    by semiretireplan
    Expression
    0 +1

    Marie Kondo, Endowment Effect, and Sunk Costs

    The recent popularity of a hit Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, has been a sobering reminder for me: I’m not good at cleaning out! I know that I have no practical use for my college fraternity shirts, for example, but they’re hard to let go of. Maybe I’ll be in dire need of a t-shirt blanket sometime in the future? I’m inclined to keep them, “just in case.”

  • Analysis
    2 months ago
    by vitaldollar
    0 +1

    Debt Snowball vs. Debt Avalanche: Which is Better?

    Deciding to pay off debt is a huge step, but it can quickly get overwhelming trying to figure out the right debt pay off plan. Depending on which financial expert you listen to, they recommend different things for different reasons. It can get confusing on what advice to follow and why. I am going to break down the differences and pros and cons of the debt snowball versus the debt avalanche debt pay off methods. They are both effective in paying off debt but there are advantages and disadvantages to both plans. In this post you will learn: What the

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by vitaldollar
    +1 +1

    How to Write, Create, and Sell an Ebook

    While there are a lot of different ways to make money online, writing and selling ebooks is one method that has been around for a long time. Regardless of what niche you're in, writing an ebook is an option if you're looking to monetize a website or blog. There are a lot of reasons to consider writing and selling an ebook (which will be covered in a minute), and there are unlimited possibilities. You can write informational how-to ebooks, fiction, non-fiction, recipe books, children's books, travel guides, or any other type of book. This article will cover all the details

  • Current Event
    2 months ago
    by geoleo
    +43 +1

    New face of the £50 note is revealed

    Computer pioneer and codebreaker Alan Turing will feature on the new design of the Bank of England's £50 note. He is celebrated for his code-cracking work that proved vital to the Allies in World War Two. The £50 note will be the last of the Bank of England collection to switch from paper to polymer when it enters circulation by the end of 2021.

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by vitaldollar
    0 +1

    How to Make Money Online Without Paying Anything

    There are a lot of great ways to make money online, regardless of whether you are looking for a side hustle or a full-time income. Some of the best options require you to invest money in order to get started. In many cases, these are the opportunities that involve building a business and ultimately give you the potential for a high income. The amount of money that you'll need to invest can vary. You can start a blog for less than $100, but if you're starting an ecommerce site or creating a private label brand to sell products on Amazon,

  • Analysis
    2 months ago
    by geoleo
    +32 +1

    Study finds Millennials tend to donate more to charity -- but do it less often

    The Millennials -- those born between 1981 and 1996 -- have been described as the "me generation." But new research that examined charitable behavior has ...