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10 Ways You Can Make Money Online as a Photographer in 2021 – Fstoppers

If you’re trying to shift towards making a living as an online creator, one of the keys to success is having multiple revenue streams. In this useful video, photographer Evan Ranft gives you 10 great tips to help you on your way. Finding the time and the energy to commit to all 10 is probably something of a challenge at first, especially if you’re holding down a regular job, but… Read More »10 Ways You Can Make Money Online as a Photographer in 2021 – Fstoppers

Investing in Cannabis? Beware These Red Flags – Yahoo Finance

Marijuana leaf Getty Images The cannabis sector continues to demonstrate favorable tailwinds while indicating that there is still significant upside to come. Strong market performance – the Prime Alternative Harvest Index is up 46% year-to-date – is sure to pique the interest of investors. Before investing in marijuana stocks, however, individuals need to be aware of the red flags that face the industry and the companies therein. While unique in… Read More »Investing in Cannabis? Beware These Red Flags – Yahoo Finance

How to Fill In Your Financial Blind Spots – Mooresville Tribune

Getty Images Bev O’Shea Knowing enough about money to cover your bills is a start, but it’s not enough financial literacy to provide long-term security. Most of us eventually wonder what else we should be doing — and whether what we don’t know could hurt us. “When you have a blind spot, you don’t realize until something blindsides you,” says Mark DiGiovanni, a certified financial planner in Grayson, Georgia. Identifying… Read More »How to Fill In Your Financial Blind Spots – Mooresville Tribune

Master Your Money Bootcamp: 3 steps to organizing your online financial life – Business Insider

Welcome to the first week of the Master Your Money Bootcamp on demystifying your finances! This week we’re focused on getting organized. Exercise 1: Track down all of your accounts and passwords Gone are the days of file folders filled with paper bank statements and balancing a (physical) checkbook. Most of your financial information is probably stored in your online bank and investment accounts — perhaps several them. You may… Read More »Master Your Money Bootcamp: 3 steps to organizing your online financial life – Business Insider

These Are the Best 8 Passive Income Ideas for 2021. I’ve Made Money on All of Them – NextAdvisor

Editorial Independence We want to help you make more informed decisions. Some links on this page — clearly marked — may take you to a partner website and may result in us earning a referral commission. For more information, see How We Make Money. I make money in my sleep. Literally. And you can too.  Here’s how.  It’s called passive income, and I found it purely by accident.  When I… Read More »These Are the Best 8 Passive Income Ideas for 2021. I’ve Made Money on All of Them – NextAdvisor

Remitano Creates A Platform For Users To Earn Passive Income In Crypto On A Daily Basis – FX Empire

Here’s how it works You create an account on Remitano to generate a referral URL that is unique to you. Share the referral URL with your friends and family to join Remitano. When anyone signs up and buys bitcoin and other crypto assets through your affiliate link, you will get a 40% referral commission on the trading fee your friends pay. It doesn’t end there. If any of your referred… Read More »Remitano Creates A Platform For Users To Earn Passive Income In Crypto On A Daily Basis – FX Empire

Sign up for money management course – Seymour Tribune

On Feb. 12, the Internal Revenue Service began accepting and processing 2020 tax year returns. While many people don’t look forward to the process of filing taxes, a majority of Americans enjoy the benefit of receiving a refund. According to Business Insider, in 2019, the average individual income tax refund for Hoosiers was $2,612. Like any other form of income, it’s key to have a plan for where this money… Read More »Sign up for money management course – Seymour Tribune

From entrepreneur to climate policy advocate – MIT News

Kiara Wahnschafft started her first company at age 16. After her classmate passed away from a drunk driving accident, Wahnschafft couldn’t stop thinking about ways technology could have saved a life. With two other students, she built a prototype for a car key that works only after the driver passes a breathalyzer test. Wahnschafft went on to create a company called SafeStart Technologies, ultimately patenting the product and winning several… Read More »From entrepreneur to climate policy advocate – MIT News

Personal Finance: Spring cleaning | PostIndependent.com – Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Between putting the winter toys away and anticipating upcoming COVID-19 freedoms, now is a great time to freshen up your finances. Clear out the clutter: I recently helped my dad clean out his office. He still had the paperwork from my Blue Lake home that he co-signed with me back in 1989. Wild to see a 14% interest rate. He also had credit card statements for the past 15 years.… Read More »Personal Finance: Spring cleaning | PostIndependent.com – Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Master People and Money Management for Better ROI – Entrepreneur

April 18, 2021 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The true test of a leader is in how well he manages the many moving components of his business. It can be equated to juggling. Every leader has different strengths and weaknesses, and managing everything is seldom easy. However, if you can master the following people skills and money management techniques, you’ll have a leg up in… Read More »Master People and Money Management for Better ROI – Entrepreneur