Are You A Good Fit For Freelancing?

Freelancing is a great way to build wealth whether it is your primary source of income or simply something you do on the side. Is it for you?

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Today’s Big Stock: SodaStream International Ltd. (NasdaqGS: SODA)

SodaStream International Ltd., formerly Soda-Club Holdings Ltd., along with its subsidiaries, is engaged in developing, manufacturing and marketing home beverage carbonation systems and related products. Soda-Club International BV, wholly owned subsidiary of Soda-Club Enterprises N.V., which is the wholly owned subsidiary of the company, manages the company’s operational activities. SodaStream manufactures home beverage carbonation systems, which enable consumers to transform ordinary tap water into carbonated soft drinks and sparkling water. The company’s products include soda makers, CO2 refills, flavors and […]

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Student Loan: Another Bubbling “Debt Bomb” in America

The irony is that with college tuition fees and student debt heading ever higher, the money spent to “get ahead” in life is actually putting many Americans farther behind and acting as a real drag on the U.S. economy.

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Despite The Sentiment, This Opportunity is Great!

Dr. Steve Sjuggerud of Daily Wealth talks about how he pocketed a triple-digit gain in 14 months investing in India again, and he is ready to do it again.

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High Gas Prices Are Not a Good Thing…

Various media outlets seem set on convincing the American populace that high gasoline prices are, in fact, not so bad as we’re making them out to be.

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10.7 Percent: Unemployment In Europe Is Worse Than It Was At The Peak Of The Last Recession

The unemployment rate in the eurozone is now 10.7 percent. That is the highest the unemployment rate has been since the introduction of the euro. When the financial system of Europe crashes, the entire world is going to feel it.

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Is 68 the New 65?

Yesterday I read an article about an idea my parents have been entertaining for a number of years.  They are planning on delaying their retirement.  They tell my wife and I that they wouldn’t know what to do with themselves.  But they also feel it would be better financially for them to delay their retirement by at least a few years. My parents are like millions of other Americans their age.  They both grew up in Brooklyn during the 1950s and 60s.  My father is an […]

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The Smart Person’s Guide to Spending

Are you spending on what you can use daily or on big purchases that you rarely use? Find out here, the smart way to spend to increase your happiness and wealth!

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8 Cars Which Will Save You Tons

Looking to save some money daily? When you purchase your next car, make it a fuel efficient one! Here are the most fuel efficient ones on the market today!

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Wall Street Average Cash Bonus Expected to Fall 14% in 2011

According to the NY State Comptroller, Wall Street cash bonuses are expected to fall by up to 14% this year as profits are expected to drop by 50%. This means that the average bonus on Wall Street will be $121,150 for 2011, down from $138,940 in 2010. The forecast for this year’s bonus season highlights the hard time that Wall Street has had after the securities industry shed 28,000 during the last financial crisis. The effect of this lowered bonus season has a major impact […]

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