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How To Have a Financially Productive Summer

May 30th 2017 by
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Summer vacation is a quintessentially American innovation. Kids have months on end free from school and are eager to make the most of it. On one hand, it’s great to spend more time with them. On the other, how do you keep them entertained without breaking the bank? Fortunately, there are a few ways to have the kind of summer break that builds memories without building debt. You can use these months to teach your children valuable lessons about financial responsibility, spend quality time together as a family and save (or make!) a little money along the way. Try activities…

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The Smart Suitcase is Revolutionizing Travelling

October 12th 2016 by
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Every so often you’ll come across something cool that can help streamline a busy life. Time is money, so chances are you’ll take what you can get, right? Like this gem for travelers: a smart suitcase. If you are frustrated by common travelling issues or like to keep up with the latest gadgets, the smart suitcase is for you.  Yes, you read that correctly, this suitcase is part-gadget. How the Smart Suitcase Works In a nutshell, it’s a lightweight suitcase that holds your belongings like a traditional suitcase, but also weighs itself, charges your phone, tracks your location and notifies you…

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Is Your Salary Higher than Those of Historical Figures?

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August 10th 2016 by
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Have you ever wondered how much money historical figures would be making today compared to how much you make?  Some of these numbers may impress you! A U.K. jobs site, Adzuna, researched salaries of famous scientists and then figured out what the 2016 equivalent might be.  Albert Einstein came out on top as the highest paid scientist as shown in the list below.  Einstein had suggested a $3,000 salary however, but his employer (Princeton University) did not want other scholars to be paid more than him. Here are the scientists that Adzuna found a salary for along with a speculated 2016 equivalent, as well as what the…

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With ‘Pokémon Go,’ If You Gotta Catch ‘em All, Consider The Price

August 4th 2016 by
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Pokémon was the hottest game in the 90’s. In Pokemon, players capture monsters, train them, and pit them against opponent’s monsters. Pokemon’s popularity was due to its simplicity and social aspect- a player could link two handheld consoles together and battle his friends. All subsequent Nintendo consoles had the same basic premise and popularity but none held the appeal of the original. Why would people purchase dedicated gaming consoles when their phone provides endless entertainment? Finally, Pokémon joined the smartphone age with a free app called “Pokémon Go.” Available for iOS and Android devices, Pokémon Go requires GPS functionality and…

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Boating On A Budget: Staying Afloat Without Drowning In Debt!

June 22nd 2016 by
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With summer officially here, many are eager to get out on the water more. Some boat-owners like to joke that “boat” is an acronym for “bring on another thousand.” This can be an expensive hobby, but also a rewarding one. Let’s look at a few ways to save money while keeping your dream boat from becoming a nightmare. 1.) Avoid stuff labeled ‘marine’ Retailers know people who own boats tend to have a little more disposable income and expect to spend a lot for maintaining their watercrafts. This leads them to inflate prices on boating rope or boat window cleaner.…

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