Author: Joe Pye

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Living paycheck-to-paycheck? It may be time to do this

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  Inflation is so high, even six-figure earners are living paycheck to paycheck.   Pollsters from fintech companies PYMENTS and LendingClub partnered to quiz Americans on …

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The rich are most likely to stay rich in these states. Here’s why

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  If you’re wealthy in Florida or Tennessee, you’re more likely to stay wealthy.   Both states have zero to very little income tax. Meaning high-income …

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Inflation is clobbering both broke & wealthy Americans. Here’s why

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  Americans from all income levels already can’t handle the price of gasoline. Sadly, they’re likely to hover in the same price range going into the …

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How to spot sketchy money advice on this popular platform

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Brandon Schlichter insists it’s easy to become a millionaire. He says he did it – starting with just a credit card. Now he owns a newspaper, …

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This fear is causing workers to jump ship. Here’s how employers can stop it

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For companies to have a robust workforce, they may have no choice but to evolve with the virus. Pollsters from technology company Honeywell asked 3,000 office workers worldwide …

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10 ways to make your paycheck go further

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Financial stress holds many Americans back from achieving career goals and, in turn, life goals. But there are often overlooked ways employers may help. After a …

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5 dumb ways to pay credit credit debt (& what to do instead)

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Paying your credit card off monthly to earn rewards is a smart use of plastic, but keeping a revolving balance isn’t. The same goes for ways to pay …

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9 money experts share their tips for debt-free living

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Good Morning America recently aired a segment called “Insta-Debt Free? How Social Media Can Help You Shed The Debt.” The spotlight was on a woman using …

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Boomers dealing with debt collectors need to read this

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From 2000 to 2004, Steve Abraham spent his life savings caring for his dying brother. When Abraham’s brother got sick in 2000, he left his job to …

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Want to own a ghost town? These are for sale right now

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These towns are considered “unincorporated,” meaning they aren’t part of a local government. That means even if the price is good, the unique nature of these …

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11 money lessons you can learn from these famous failures

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The road to success is paved with hard knocks and setbacks. Failure doesn’t define you, but the way you respond to it does. Here is advice …