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Pamela Britton-Baer

Pamela is the author of thirty-eight romance novels with more coming out every year. She's best known for her NASCAR romance novels, but writes non-fiction, too. Pamela's a regular columnist for the American Quarter Horse "Journal" and writes for where she shares her personal finance tips on how to thrive in this economy.

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6 Scientifically Proven Ways to Increase Your Brain Power

Published 09/22/2014 by Pamela Britton-Baer

Don’t you just hate those days when you brain is as slow as a three-legged turtle? Chin up. You can boost your brainpower with ways you’ve probably never thought of before. What’s more – they’re scientifically proven. So strap on your thinking cap and flex your muscle memory by following these tips.

7 Hands-On Ways to Teach Kids the Value of Money

Published 09/08/2014 by Pamela Britton-Baer

It slips through your fingers as quickly as sand. Money. Kids seem to believe there’s a magic fairy that dispenses dollar bills to mommies and daddies everywhere. It doesn’t matter how often you explain that it doesn’t grow on trees, kids just don’t seem to understand.

Have you wondered what the person across from you is thinking? Believe it or not, if you’re smart enough, you can to read body language like you read a book. Taking the time to learn these skills could be invaluable when it comes to that big interview, or an important business transaction, or when negotiating a deal.

14 Practical Tips To Attaining Financial Freedom

Published 08/01/2014 by Pamela Britton-Baer

It’s the American dream – financial freedom. For some, that dream is an emergency savings and retirement fund. For others, it’s a house and a steady income with no debts. Whatever it means for you, you want it and can’t imagine not working toward it.

16 Early Signs To Detect An Entrepreneur In Your Kids

Published 07/24/2014 by Pamela Britton-Baer

Have you heard about the child that has their own line of flip-flops now sold in Nordstroms? Or the junior high school student who invented a way to infuse water with the essence of fruit?  Or that kid who launched a startup from the money he made from Bitcoin?

4 Things to Do after Your Credit Card Is Hacked For Protection

Published 07/02/2014 by Pamela Britton-Baer

It’s the worst feeling in the world: you use your credit card and it’s declined. Not only that, you know you haven’t reached your limit or gone on any shopping sprees, so what gives?

That old patio furniture, the copper pipes from your kitchen remodel, those old necklaces sitting on the bottom of your jewelry box. You might be sitting on a small fortune.

10 Surprising Benefits Of Eating Chocolate

Published 05/05/2014 by Pamela Britton-Baer

It really is true – a friend in need is a friend who needs chocolate. Why, you might ask?  Because that friend could receive a boost of serotonin from eating that little chunk of heaven. That’s right, friends, there is documented proof that chocolate can make you smarter, look younger and stay healthier. We wanted to get to the bottom of why and came up with the top ten reason to eat chocolate, but really, who needs an excuse?

We’ve all heard the saying “be smart with your money,” but how many of us actually practice what we preach? These days it takes more than cutting back on expenses and watching your wallet to make ends meet. You have to be proactive and take those smarts to a whole new level. Improving your financial IQ is one way to make yourself feel like a genius when it comes to managing your money. Here are a few tips to help get you started.

4 Ridiculous Things Cell Phone Companies Are Lying to You About

Published 04/04/2014 by Pamela Britton-Baer

From no-contract phones and family plans to pay-ahead plans, cell phone carriers make a lot of flashy offers. But which offers are genuine deals, and which are rip-offs concealed by smoke and mirrors? You can’t always trust what your cell phone company tells you. That’s why SuperMoney is here to help. We’ll teach you to read between the lines of cell phone carrier offers, to help you sidestep scams and find affordable plans.

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