Tag: financial education

Week On The Web: Throwing a Cheap Super Bowl Party

 Cheap Super Bowl Party – By Yelena Johnson

It may come as a surprise to some, but The Super Bowl is actually one of the most celebrated events of the year.  The good news for the ballers on budgets out there is that it doesn’t have to be one of the most expensive things to plan a party for. Check out these tips on how to save some cash on your next football party without giving up the food or the fun.

Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner

This site features over 1600 free videos and podcasts of lectures by some of today’s established entrepreneurs thanks to Stanford University.  With such a wealth of information, this site is sure to provide anyone who listens with some great tips on how to successfully start and manage your own company. Stanford University Entrepreneurship Corner is divided into a variety of useful categories, such as; creativity & innovation, product development, finance & venture capital, marketing & sales and more!

Turning Trash to Cash: How to Get Paid to Recycle – By Kira @ Tip Hero

Clear some space in those closets and add some cash to your pocket by reading this article on how to get paid to recycle. You can’t really get a better incentive than receiving cash to get rid of your junk and help conserve the environment at the same time. 

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Giveaway Alert: “I Will Teach You To Be Rich”

‘Tis the season to win free stuff! We enter our third week of holiday giveaways, and before revealing the prize, we must first congratulate SoftPortaver, one of the latest people to sign up for our free newsletter and winner of a Stanley 12 foot tape rule. An email has been sent for you to claim your prize.

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There’s less than three weeks left until the new year and according to a study by Proactive Change, between 40 – 45% of American adults will make a New Years resolution. Along with

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