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Earn | Entrepreneurs

What Not to Buy When You Start a New Business

When you start a company, you usually have a grand vision for how things are going to work. You will provide X service, Y number of people will sign up, you will make Z million dollars and retire to the Bahamas, right? Ha! If only! Starting a business is actually the very humbling experience of having everything you thought you knew dismantled one thing at a time, until your whole world is turned upside down and you are running a totally different company than you ever thought you would. And...

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Plan | Investing

5 Ways to Source Impact Investments

So you’ve decided to do some impact investing. One of the things you need to be able to do is search out the right opportunities for you. 1. Find companies with rewards-based funding Visit Indiegogo, Kickstarter, Plum Alley and any number of the other 300+ crowdfunding sites for something that you can support with rewards-based funding. GoldieBlox is a great example of a women/girls-focused business that got some early funding through Kickstarter. I supported that and another one, Hello Ruby...

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Plan | Credit & Debt

The Truth About Debt Consolidation

When it comes to personal finance, I’m a strong believer in simplicity. Although I’m still trying to break the habit of claiming to be bad at math, I know that the more complicated my financial plan is, the less likely I’ll be sticking to it.  That’s the thing about personal finance. There’s a logical element, in which we focus on the choices that make the most financial sense. And then there’s the emotional element, in which we recognize our abilities and limitations and try to find a...

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