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Shane Smith
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Shane Smith’s Money Saving Tips for Millennials

A 2017 study by GoBankingRates found that the majority of millennials had less than $1,000 in savings and that a growing number had no savings at all. It is important for young people to reach financial independence and to be secure for retirement, even if it feels like that is too far in the future… Keep Reading

Douglas Petroshius
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Doug Petroshius Discusses How Intelligent Automation is Readily Available for Local Government

Intelligent Automation is a rapidly growing trend these days. Soon every City Manager, Executive Director, or Superintendent will be expected to incorporate automation in every process, especially when interacting with citizens and cutting costs. Doug Petroshius, President of eAllianceGov, agrees with this. Intelligent Automation is a game changer, and it can radically improve the ways… Keep Reading

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Sean Francis Tucker’s Tips for First-Time Real Estate Buyers

Getting into real estate is undoubtedly one of the most competitive ventures in today’s market. Courtesy of countless people who acquire their business or personal-use properties daily, one might struggle to make their first purchase. According to Sean Francis Tucker, a student who has some first-hand experience with these issues, there are innumerable barriers to… Keep Reading

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Wood Harris on How to Break into the Film Industry

Many aspiring actors want to become part of the film and television industry. Wood Harris, an established Hollywood actor with dozens of stage and screen credits, shares his advice with people who want to join the industry. Training Acting is a profession that is difficult to begin without the proper training. Not everyone needs to… Keep Reading

Money Management Mobile Apps
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Best Phone Apps for Money Management According to Michael Stummer

Learning how to manage money is one of the most difficult skills that everyone who is pursuing financial freedom must tackle. After all, earning a steady income is not enough to live in prosperity. Those who are not capable of properly distributing that income and ensuring that they can cover their expenses will often face… Keep Reading

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Dr. Jan McBarron’s Tips for Losing Weight Through Lifestyle Changes

Many people are dissatisfied with their weight and with their bodies. Being unhappy with your weight leads to self-esteem problems and can get in the way of living your best life and advancing in your career or personal life. When you are overweight, you are more likely to experience health problems like diabetes, high blood… Keep Reading

Brett Balick
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Brett Balick on the Ways Sports Helps Focus Young Minds

Youth sports have a long-lasting impact on a child’s mind and body. Physical, mental, and social benefits of playing youth sports can last well into adulthood. Sports help to discipline a child’s mind, giving them less risk of mental disorders and problem behaviors. They also lead to better physical health outcomes for children across their… Keep Reading

David Van Hoesen
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David Van Hoesen on How to Improve a Home’s Resale Value

If you are considering remodeling your home, there are several areas where you can improve its resale value. Upgrades like bathrooms, kitchens, and garages can help make your home more attractive to prospective buyers. David Van Hoesen, the President of Alpha Building and Construction, shares the top 5 upgrades that pay off when it is… Keep Reading

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