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How to Budget When You Have Seasonal Income

December 7th 2016 by
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Rewarding careers don’t always come with a steady paycheck. For people who work in agriculture, construction, tax preparation, entertainment, landscaping or other types of freelance and seasonal businesses, income may vary wildly depending on the time of year. This uneven cash flow makes budgeting especially challenging, but it’s by no means impossible. Here’s how to budget for long-term financial stability when your income changes with the seasons. Determine your average monthly income With most traditional budget plans, you start by determining your monthly income. But how can you complete this first step if your income keeps changing? The most effective…

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What To Think About Before Bidding In an Online Auction

November 30th 2016 by
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Sometimes that perfect gift or treat for yourself isn’t easily found in typical retail stores. The Internet has made it much easier to obtain what we need or want, but that doesn’t mean the process IS easy. Online auctions are a great way to get collectibles and unique items, but prepare yourself before throwing your bid in. Set Your Budget Bidding can be fun, and competitive. In the heat of the competition, it can get easier to overlook how much you’re spending on something. Set a top limit before you even start bidding. Check Shipping Fees Your desired item may be…

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15 Holiday Scams to Look Out For

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November 29th 2016 by
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Between the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping and getting together with friends and family, it’s important to be on alert for scams and fraudulent activity on your accounts. The holiday season is peak time for identity theft and cyber crimes, and education is the key to keeping your information safe. 1. Fake charities – It’s always wonderful to give, but do your research before contributing. There are people that prey on goodwill and set up fake organizations to collect your money. 2. Fake retailers – You also might see fake businesses popping up online. If you receive a solicitation…

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7 Tips for Black Friday Shopping

November 16th 2016 by
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Black Friday is still technically only one day, but it has morphed into a whole different animal. Black Friday sales can be seen starting in early November and run past the actual day as well. Because of its evolution, your shopping strategy needs to adapt. Make a List Figure out who you need to shop for and what you’d like to get them. This will make it easier for you to determine what retailers you need to look at, plus shopping with a list makes impulse buying less tempting. Start Checking Your Favorite Stores Now Black Friday may still be…

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10 Tips to Stay Secure this Holiday Season

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November 15th 2016 by
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Identity theft and cyber crimes are becoming more frequent news stories. Unfortunately, the holiday season tends to see a peak in those crimes. In order to keep you information secure, it’s all about staying one step ahead of the criminals. Be Wary of Email Links Any email that asks you to click on a link and enter information about yourself should raise a red flag. During the holidays, scammers may send emails that appear to be promotions from big brand stores. They may ask you to enter your store card info for exclusive discounts and then take that information to…

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