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Spending Too Much on Exercise? Fitness on a Budget

If you’re looking to get in shape, but don’t want to spend a small fortune on a fitness club membership, you’re in luck. Getting healthy doesn’t have to require a second mortgage. There are plenty of ways you can join a high-quality fitness studio...
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Managing Money From 1 Platform: Account Aggregation 101

To cater the financial needs of current consumers and businesses, it is difficult to find a platform that offers supreme services based on modernity and consistency. One of the major remedies to this difficulty is financial aggregation. In order to avail...
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Inheritance: Helping or Hurting Children?

Inheritance is always desirable and can benefit the lives of heirs and children. But inheritance is not always beneficial. At times, inheritance can be the cause of contention, squabbles, ugly fights, and even lawsuits. In other words, too much family...
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6 steps to keep your identity and finances safe in the Digital Age

Identity and finance theft is the most common problem and a serious drawback that technology has created. It occurs when your personal or financial information gets leaked on the internet (like your credit card details, social security data, and the like)...
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How to Effectively Manage Your Tax Savings

With the inevitability of tax season, it is always appropriate for you to appropriately and lawfully analyze your business’ tax savings to help your small business grow and save. Here are a few brief and succinct tips that will help you manage your...
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5 Ways to Save Money With Technology

We live in a time when spending money is way easier than earning it. Getting a good full time job and earning a reasonable income is not so easy when the world is hit by recessions, debilitating inflation, and rising poverty. However, technology has simultaneously...
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Protecting Your Wealth: Athletes, Executives, Trustfunders, Lotto Winners

Whether you’ve just won the lotto, inherited a large sum of money, got a promotion at work, or signed a contract with the NBA, sudden wealth can be a blessing and a burden. For those who did not grow up with money, the fame and fortune that comes with...
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Buying a Home – Investment or Liability?

Conventional wisdom tells us that your home is not an investment, but rather a liability. It is a constant drain on your free cash, even long after the mortgage is paid off. Repairs, maintenance and taxes will continually demand capital. These expenses...
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3 Steps To Creating Your Finance and Business Plan

Whether you’re an individual or a business, a financial plan can help you determine where you’re going with your money. Like any good plan, the key is to provide a goal or a source of inspiration that will help you stay on track for paying off debt,...
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The Cross Industry Value of Electronic Accounting

The world economy has grown into a huge, interconnected platform. Billions of transactions are conducted every day in every corner of the world. There are hundreds of huge enterprises with dazzling brand names and there are also various start-ups that...
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