Combine Vulnerability and Credibility for a Powerful Marketing Message

The following is a guest post by Sage Lavine, author of “Women Rocking Business“. If you’d like to guest post on Money Q&A, check out our Guest Post Guidelines. A Note from Hank: Sage’s experience coaching over 100,000 women entrepreneurs shows in her new book that explains why the ability to express vulnerability is a key strength […]

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How to Invest in a Movie and Make a Great Return on Investment

I’ve talked about investing in things like a rock and roll band through Kickstarter before. I’m a huge fan of the platform and of crowdfunding projects in general. But, recently, I had the opportunity to invest in a full length motion picture set to begin shooting this Christmas for release in 2018. It’s never been […]

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How To Prepare Your Finances And Home For Hurricane Season

The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June through November. August and September see the worst of hurricane season. According to the Weather Channel, August sees more than three times the number of storms as July, and it keeps building in September. September is the peak time of the year for hurricane season in the United […]

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Why Facebook And Social Media May Be Ruining Your Career

Some estimates say that almost half of all Facebook users age 18 to 34 check their Facebook accounts right when they wake up in the morning. Over a quarter even check their friends’ statuses before they get out of bed. Twitter addiction isn’t much better. One study says that over 20% of Twitter users use […]

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Is AAA Membership Worth the Cost?

There are millions of American Automobile Association (AAA) members across the U.S., but over the past several years, new competitors have arisen to challenge AAA’s dominance over the marketplace of car-owning consumers. If you’re trying to save money on car maintenance and repairs, AAA might be the most obvious option, but it isn’t the only […]

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5 Actionable Steps for Recovering from Impulse Spending

What do you do when you blow your budget? If you’re like many of us, feelings of dread give way to anxiety or even panic as you wonder how you’ll cover your credit card payments next statement period or mentally kick yourself for spending that money on a comparatively frivolous shopping spree when you could […]

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