Crucial Tips for Getting Rich on Low Pay

You don't need a wealthy grandfather or an "angel investor" to start building wealth--there's nothing that says you can't start getting rich on low pay!

You hear every day about rags to riches stories, where someone with a low paid job managed to become CEO of a mega corporation or the baron of a franchise. These stories sound like fairy tales, since everyone who has been or is on a low income knows that saving and building wealth when you […]

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How to Make Money while Helping Others

Building wealth doesn't have to come at the expense of your ambitions--you can make money while helping others! Do well while you do good.

If you are one of those people who absolutely want to give back to the community through their work, instead of just accumulating money, you might at first be disappointed with the business world. Thankfully there are plenty of opportunities all over the world and in your hometown or city where you can work and […]

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4 Sure-Fire Tips on How to Get the Raise You Deserve


Does getting a raise during the years of recession feel impossible or risky to you? You are not the only one. Thousands of employees are stuck with the same paycheck, even though prices and inflation continue to rise and the debt per citizen in the US is going up too. In this webinar, we go […]

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3 Things That Successful People Do That You Don’t


You want to be successful as much as anyone else, but I know that sometimes it’s hard to break free from bad habits. Thankfully, successful people share many common characteristics and these are what separate them from those who keep on struggling only to repeat the same mistakes. To help people like you break out […]

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Why We Have So Many College Educated Under and Unemployed

The bad news just keeps on coming! Recently, we learned that economic growth for 2014’s first quarter is in negative territory—negative 2.9% to be exact. Then we are confronted by the alarming fact that 1 of every 2 recent college grads is receiving necessary financial support from parents, even though fully half of this 50% […]

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Raising the Minimum Wage: Heads I Win-Tails You Lose

In case you haven’t been on top of this development, the Seattle, Washington City Council recently passed a $15 per hour minimum wage law. As you are no doubt aware, President Obama has been waging (no pun intended) a campaign to increase the Federal minimum wage from its current $7.25 per hour to $10.10 per […]

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2080 or Fewer—How Much Time We Spend on the Job

Based on a 40 hour work week and 52 weeks per year, the math works out to 2,080 hours spent working each year. The government’s General Accounting Office sees things differently (now there’s a shock) and says the average annual hours worked are 2,087, at least for the purpose of calculating an hourly rate of […]

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