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Self-Employment Is Not For Everyone

Over the past year I’ve realized that my readers are divided into two different factions. We have one side that routinely faces financial hardship and is typically living paycheck to paycheck, while the other side is more focused on self-employment and starting their own business. I’ve gathered this knowledge based on comments as well as […]

Selecting a POS System for Your Business

The point-of-sale (POS) system is an indispensable part of any business. Nowadays, modern POS systems are available in a vast range of options at different price points from the traditional desktop or cash register to mobile POS devices such as iPads and smartphones. On the side of software, there are also plenty of choices from […]

Funny cats are not what the internet was meant to be used for!

First of all, let me present myself. I am a 30 plus individual with a strong affinity for technology, especially computers. The first computer I have ever met was a ZX81 Spectrum – a machine that was new at the time. I used it at school to write programs and to play – I consider […]

Saving for College: The Lowdown on 529 Accounts

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According to CNN Money, student debt in the U.S. now totals $1.2 trillion, which is up 84 percent from 2008 levels. About 40 million Americans have student loan debt, and the average amount of debt is $29,000 per person. Unemployment is high among new graduates with bachelor’s degrees, which makes it even tougher to handle […]

Having a Pet is Hard Work and Costs Some Serious Money!

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Admittedly it’s been quite awhile since I had a personal post on here. My day job has been overly hectic, long hours and underappreciated, but aren’t we all?? I feel like I haven’t slept in weeks! Most of that is a result of the long hours I’ve been putting in, but a little part of […]