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How to Level Up Your Freelance Income This Year

If you want to earn more money as a freelancer, here are the steps I suggest you take.Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Money, Writing, Income, Lifehacks, Negotiation, Freelance Writing


Retiring: Why Working Till Whenever Is a Risky Retirement Strategy

You’re saving for the day when you’re no longer a full-time worker, but there’s a strong chance that day could come earlier than you expect.
Tags: Retirement, Labor and Jobs, Unemployment, Age, Chronological, Social Security (US, Income, Pensions and Retirement Plans


How I Increased My Net Worth by $27,000 in Six Months

According to You Need a Budget (YNAB), my total net worth is currently $108,940.66.Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Personal Finance, Savings, Budgeting, Income, Lifehacks, Financial Independence, Net Worth, Budget YNAB


Artist Financial Profile: Dr. Lisa Neher, Composer & Performer

Preface Since my first Artist Financial Profile featuring Tony Manfredonia, I have been receiving some wonderful messages via Twitter and Facebook responding to the article. Many people seemed relieved and/or encouraged to see a case study of a specific musician’s income—a small chapter in an evolving theoretical Guide to Musician Finances. Some people also mentioned that they have been questioning their own rat-race struggle to achieve financial security in the arts and that the first article ...
Tags: Money, California, Religion, Articles, Analysis, Iowa, Finances, Portland, Income, Portland Oregon, Skype, Ascap, Lisa, University of Northern Iowa, Iowa City, Cedar Rapids


Does Making More Money Make You Rich?

When it comes to measuring financial progress, many of us figure that if we could just have more money, then we’d be rich. But does making more money make you rich? What is Rich? One of the biggest debates in personal finance has always been what actually makes someone rich. To a certain extent, we can probably agree that where you live makes a big difference in whether or not you feel rich. After all, the cost of living someplace like San Francisco is much higher than living in Idaho. Take t...
Tags: Marketing, San Francisco, Wealth, United States, Idaho, Income, Ira, Rich, American Institute, Money Beliefs, National CPA Financial Literacy Commission


What’s Scarier Than Student Loans? Welcome to the World of Subprime Children

Income share agreements sound like a better deal than today’s student loans, but what will they do to society?
Tags: News, United States, Student Loans, Income, Colleges and Universities, Scholarships and Fellowships, Federal Aid (US


Welcome to the World of Subprime Children

Income share agreements sound like a better deal than today’s student loans, but what will they do to society?
Tags: News, United States, Student Loans, Income, Colleges and Universities, Scholarships and Fellowships, Federal Aid (US


PrizeRebel Review: Earn Free Gift Cards During Your Free Time

PrizeRebel is a great site to earn extra income.They offer various ways to earn money including watching videos, completing offers and answering surveys. The post PrizeRebel Review: Earn Free Gift Cards During Your Free Time appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Contributing Author. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Marketing, Income, Making Money, Side Income


The New Old Age: Many Americans Will Need Long-Term Care. Most Won’t be Able to Afford It.

A decade from now, most middle-income seniors will not be able to pay the rising costs of independent or assisted living.
Tags: News, Elderly, Medicare, Income, Medicaid, Long-Term Care Insurance, Retirement Communities and Assisted Living, National Opinion Research Center, Health Affairs (Journal


Find Out Your Real Hourly Wage With This Calculator

When I’m trying to decide whether to take on a new freelance project, I look for work that’s going to pay at least $100/hr.Read more...
Tags: Income, Lifehacks, Maximum Wage, Hourly Wage


The Unbearable Lightness of Money Diaries

Money diaries give you a peek into someone else’s spending — but may leave you with a bad taste in your mouth.
Tags: Credit Cards, News, Savings, Income, Wages and Salaries, Budgets and Budgeting, Your-feed-wirecutter


Kamala Harris Tax Returns Show Husband Doug Emhoff’s Biglaw Haul From DLA Piper

Less than 10 percent of this power couple’s 2018 income came from Harris’s salary as a sitting United States senator.
Tags: Law, Finance, United States, Income, Tax Return, Biglaw, Kamala Harris, Dla Piper, HARRIS, Jonathan Wolf, Doug Emhoff


How to Predict Annual Earnings From a Freelance Gig or Side Hustle

Freelancers and side hustlers: how much money do you want to make this year?Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Money, Income, Lifehacks, Freelance Writing, Side Hustles


What’s Life Like as a Student at U.S.C.? Depends on the Size of the Bank Account.

As U.S.C. has fought to attract low-income students, the campus has become a vivid microcosm of the economic disparities in Los Angeles.
Tags: News, Income, Bank Account, University Of Southern California, Colleges and Universities, Fraternities and sororities, Admissions Standards, Los Angeles (Calif


The Cruel Irony of ‘Free’ College Promises

Forget admissions bribery. For poorer families, even “free public college” isn’t free if only tuition costs are covered.
Tags: News, Income, Tuition, Colleges and Universities, Admissions Standards, Education (K-12


Income Before: $18,000. After: $85,000. Does Tiny Nonprofit Hold a Key to the Middle Class?

Pursuit, a nonprofit jobs training program in Queens, is finding success at moving low-income New Yorkers into well-paying jobs.
Tags: News, Queens, Income, Nonprofit Organizations, Pursuit, Computers and the Internet, Labor and Jobs, Careers and Professions, Jukay Hsu




40 Easy Ways To Get Free Money Fast

There are plenty of legitimate places to get free money online. Here's a list of 40 places you get free money fast, without a hassle. The post 40 Easy Ways To Get Free Money Fast appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Peter Anderson. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Marketing, Income, Making Money, Peter Anderson, Novideo


15 Ways to Earn Extra Money

Sometimes being frugal isn’t enough to meet your financial obligations and goals and you’ll have to look for ways to earn some extra cash. Whether you’re a stay at home parent looking to supplement your family’s income, looking to pay down debt or establish an emergency fund or saving for a special purchase, here are some ideas to help you make some extra money. Note that these are not get rich quick schemes and they might not work in every situation. This post will help you brainstorm how to u...
Tags: Google, Usa, Craigslist, Marketing, Tax, Income, Irs, Ftc, Make Money, Don, Leapforce, Sitter City, Mom Bloggers Club Blogher, West at Home, National Association for Retail Marketing, Lionsbridge




Pick a Side Job That Gets You Away From Your Screen

Anyone who works from home knows it’s a special kind of hell. Despite the allure of soft pants and no commute, it can be isolating and dreary. When you’re left to your own devices—literally, just you and your devices —staring at a screen, trying to turn words or graphics or code into dollars, and you don’t know what…Read more...
Tags: Freelancing, Working From Home, Income, Lifehacks, Side Hustles, Side Gigs, Side Jobs, Making More Money


Spotify are making a profit for the first time in 13 years

Spotify have been leading the music streaming revolution for 10+ years and at last the company has turned a profit for the first time. Spotify have revealed their and it shows the company is continuing their great growth. In addition the streaming service has a positive Operating Income, Net Income, and Free Cash Flow for the first time in the company’s history. The report shows that their overall Q4 revenue stood at €1,495 million, a 30% year-on-year increase. They reported their first...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Shares, Report, Revenue, Profit, Streaming, Income, Stock, Digital Music News, Industry News


Tech Is Splitting the U.S. Work Force in Two

A small group of well-educated professionals enjoys rising wages, while most workers toil in low-wage jobs with few chances to advance.
Tags: Productivity, News, Artificial Intelligence, Income, Hiring and Promotion, Computers and the Internet, United States Economy, Wages and Salaries, Factories and Manufacturing, Labor and Jobs, Robots and Robotics, Phoenix (Ariz, U S Work Force




How to Dodge a Market Dip That Threatens Your Retirement

The recent volatility in the stock market can make older investors feel vulnerable. Here are some strategies to make sure your money lasts as long as you do.
Tags: News, Retirement, Income, Dodge, Financial Planners, Stocks and Bonds, Personal Finances, Social Security (US


Where Government Is a Dirty Word, but Its Checks Pay the Bills

The residents of Harlan County, Ky., depend heavily on federal assistance. That hasn’t deterred, and may explain, their swing to Republican voting.
Tags: News, Coal, Income, Republican Party, Food Stamps, Economic Conditions and Trends, United States Politics and Government, Mines and Mining, Voting and Voters, Welfare (US, Harlan County Ky


Don’t Weasel Out of Ethics Reforms, Albany

Lawmakers want a big raise but without the limits on outside income that a pay committee recommended.
Tags: News, Income, Silver, Albany, New York State, Flanagan, Sheldon, New York State Senate, Law and Legislation, State Legislatures, Corruption (Institutional, Heastie, Carl E, John J (1961-, Andrea Stewart-Cousins


Unrest in France Hinders Macron’s Push to Revive Economy

The Yellow Vest protests roiling the country have cost businesses billions of euros and threatened President Emmanuel Macron’s strategy for growth.
Tags: News, France, European Union, Unemployment, Income Inequality, Income, Gross Domestic Product, Eurozone, Demonstrations, Taxation, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Banking and Financial Institutions, Politics And Government, Supermarkets and Grocery Stores, Budgets and Budgeting


News Analysis: Why N.Y. Lawmakers Think They Deserve a $50,000 Raise

A special committee has recommended a $50,000 raise by 2021, coupled with a cap on outside income.
Tags: News, Income, New York State, Cuomo, Ethics and Official Misconduct, Law and Legislation, State Legislatures, Andrew M, Part-Time Employment


News Analysis: Albany Lawmakers May Get Their First Raise in 20 Years. Do They Deserve One?

A special committee has recommended a $50,000 raise by 2021, coupled with a cap on outside income.
Tags: News, Income, Albany, New York State, Cuomo, Ethics and Official Misconduct, Law and Legislation, State Legislatures, Andrew M, Part-Time Employment