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Jennifer Leonhardi

Jennifer Leonhardi was born and raised on Catalina Island, giving her a unique small town perspective and focus on community. With a degree in Sociology, she now primarily enjoys writing, largely based on her own experiences, on topics such as financial assistance programs, issues concerning the home and family, and socioeconomic trends.

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This Is How Famous Start-Ups Began

Published 07/22/2015 by Jennifer Leonhardi

Everyone has a great idea. As more and more start-ups pop up in around the country, being an entrepreneur has never been easier. While some start-ups flounder from the get-go, some rise to the top and become billion dollar ideas. Here’s how some of the most famous start-ups began, in poster form done by Anna Vital.

With less than a week to go before Christmas, the holiday season is in full swing. If you are like most people, you’ve probably done a good portion of your holiday shopping already and just have a few of those hard-to-shop-for people left on your list. Or maybe you are waiting until the bitter end to brave the retail stores to find the perfect presents for your loved ones. Either way, it is easy to get overwhelmed with all our shopping lists and all of the gift options available; after all, ‘tis the season for many retailers to make a good portion of their annual revenue.

Anton Ivanov is not your typical millionaire. He didn’t inherit his fortune from wealthy parents, doesn’t drive fancy fast cars and he doesn’t live in a huge estate overlooking the ocean. He is not a movie star or a professional athlete or even a celebrity of any kind, really.

50 Shopping “Power” Tips for the Obsessive Online Shopper

Published 11/03/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi


Saving money for retirement is something that just about everyone knows they should be doing. The sad reality, however, is that very few of us are actually saving enough money to allow us to be able to enjoy a financially comfortable retirement. So, how much money should we be saving each month towards our retirement? That all depends on how much you hoped to have saved up by the time you retire. If you have a goal in mind that you want to be a millionaire by the time you retire, then you may have to work a bit harder than the average Joe. Plus, there are always several other factors that are different for every situation.

The Ultimate Guide To Buying A New Home

Published 10/21/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

For decades, the idea of buying a home has been one of the biggest parts of living the great American dream. Recently the nation has seen one of the worst financial periods in recent memory surrounding the housing market. Banks were over eager when it came to lending money, especially to those who were less than credit-worthy, which resulted in the bubble collapsing, and the economic crisis that followed.

When it comes to planning for our financial future, many Americans are content to live carefree in the knowledge that worrying about tomorrow will only ruin a perfectly good today.

How To Make Money Online – 24 Ideas That Work‏

Published 08/25/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

We all wish we could have a little extra cash now and then. But did you know that an extra income could be easier than you may think? The world is becoming more and more dependent on the world wide web, and because of that, there is an increase in money making opportunities available online. Here are 24 ideas of how you can cash in by working online.

Money Facts: Fun Facts About Money in America

Published 08/19/2014 by Jennifer Leonhardi

Money makes the world go round. The Federal Reserve estimates that there is currently $1.7 trillion in U.S. Currency currently in circulation. We all use it, but how much do we know about it? Here are some off-the-wall interesting money facts that you likely never knew:

While starting a new company and being your own boss may be the American dream, finding capital to start the business can sometimes be the biggest road block. You’ve got the idea for the next best thing in the business world, and you’re sure it’s going to be a huge hit. But your financial forecast is looking quite gloomy when it comes to funding this dream of yours.

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