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15 Reasons Why You Need a Money Coach

Managing your finances can be challenging, whether you’re trying to save for a rainy day, invest for the future, or simply get by month to month. A money coach can be a game-changer in handling your finances, offering personalized advice and strategies to help you meet your financial goals. This article will explore 15 reasons why you need a money coach. 1. Understand How Emotions Affect Your...

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How To Buy A Car From Goodwill

How to buy a car from Goodwill
Wanting a car and being able to buy a car are two different things. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American salary in 2019 was just under $49,000. However, the average price of a new car in 2019 was $36,700. Imagine using almost 75% of an annual salary to buy a new car. This is a serious dilemma for many people since over 63% of Americans drive on an almost daily basis. You...

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What Happens if You Pawn a Stolen Item?

pawn a stolen item
Pawning an item is a more reliable means of securing quick money working Americans than applying for a traditional loan. Over 30 million Americans pawn items for money annually. There are over 11,000 pawn shops in the United States. Pawnbroking as a business brings in annual revenue of over $14 billion. And any business that lucrative can spur the temptation for corruption and criminality. Like trying...

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3 Ways You Can Save on Energy Costs

The talk of looming inflation has taken over the airwaves. Essentially, this means things might get worse before they become better. Expert economists advise being frugal in readiness for the oncoming recession. But you don’t have to be bombarded with news of doom to save. It’s prudent to save for a rainy day. One way is to cut down on energy bills. Although US energy consumption is expected...

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