Top 4 Critical FAFSA Mistakes College Students Make Every Year

FAFSA for the 2017-2018 school year has been available since October 2016, and the filing deadlines are right around the corner. Getting help paying for college is a major concern for millions of students in the U.S., but filling out FAFSA is a little more complex than say, filling out a job application. You need […]

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Cutting Down And Save On Monthly Grocery Bills With Coupons

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), food gets more expensive each year with a 2.5% increase in prices. Naturally, saving on groceries is a top priority for consumers. Today, it is possible to cut down your monthly grocery bill dramatically by using coupons, which can shave down the price on basic grocery items […]

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Top 10 Incredible Success Secrets Creating a High-Five Culture

The following is a guest post by Larry Kendall, author of Ninja Selling and chairman of The Group, Inc. If you’d like to be considered for a future guest post on Money Q&A, check out our guest posting guidelines. The average annual household income in the United States is $56,516. For the top 5 percent of […]

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Financial Rescue: How to Land a Personal Loan with Bad Credit

Getting a loan can sometimes be a lifesaver. Nearly everyone at some time needs to make a purchase which will make a difference to life. There was a time when it involved a visit to the bank to persuade a reluctant manager, but now it is often a simple matter of completing an online form […]

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Your Complete Guide to Buying in Bulk

This post originally appeared on the Dealspotr blog. Dealspotr is the most accurate coupon site that pays you to save. I’m @moneyqanda on Dealspotr, use my link to join today and earn 5,000 bonus points. People often think they’ll save money by buying products in large quantities, but that’s not always the case. The truth […]

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How Promoting Entrepreneurship in Extremely Impoverished Countries Can Change the World

The following is a guest post by Steven Werlin, the author of “To Fool the Rain: Haiti’s Poor and their Pathway to a Better Life“. If you’d like to guest post on a future article on Money Q&A, check out the site’s guest posting guidelines. Elsie Amboise joined Fonkoze’s CLM program in Fall 2012. She […]

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