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Monday, February 8, 2016

7 Real Ways to Make Money on the Internet

7 Tested Ways to Make Money on the Internet The Internet has opened up a lot of opportunities for people to work from remote locations. In some cases, salaried jobs even allow folks to work online from their houses and houseboats. However, most online work-at-home jobs are freelance, contract, or businesses opportunities. Some folks have

Pads

More People are Renting Homes: 2016 and Beyond

What’s Behind the Spike in Home Rentals in the USA? It’s still fair to say that average American renters are younger and earn less money than average homeowners. With that said, the growth in high-income rental households has exceeded the growth in rentals by people with lower incomes over the last decade, according to a

Fuel

Benefits of a Professional Energy Audit

The U.S. Department of Energy reports that the suggestions that professional energy upgrades can offer should save homeowners from five to thirty percent on their home energy costs. For many, investing a few hundred dollars in an energy auditor’s expertise and equipment is an investment to consider. Not only will it payoff in reduced fuel

Prepping

6 Everyday Reasons to be a Prepper!

Do you associate preppers with apocalyptic or end-of-the world scenarios that might really only be expected in books and movies like Raft People: An Apocalyptic Tale of the Big Flood? It is true that most prepper website usually advise folks to start prepping because of wars, famines, cyber attacks, devastating floods, and other really dramatic

Debt

What Type of Debt Should You Pay Off First?

Just last year, U.S. News and World Report published survey results that suggested the average amount of credit card debt in U.S. households is at least $15,000. For a country with a median wage of just about $26,000 and household income is a little over $50,000, that’s really a high debt level. Besides credit cards,

Recipes

Recipe: Vegan Turkey & Stuffing

Let’s not talk about factory farming, or the $95 price tag on one of those so-called organic and “happy” turkeys from Whole Foods. Instead, let’s consider how to skip the whole nasty business. This tasty soy turkey and stuffing recipe is likely to help everybody forget about a craving for dark or light meet off