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Theresa Cummings

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Who’s More Wasteful: The Average American Or Our Government?

Published 07/08/2015 by Theresa Cummings

We all love a good success story, but what’s even better is one that has the little guy faced with seemingly impossible odds, yet somehow managing to come out on top. The following are some of our favorite success stories of those who were once ridiculed as insignificant start-ups, but became incredibly successful against all odds.

Think about what you do in the course of a day. If you’re fortunate enough to be a stay-at-home mom, then your scenario would include doing laundry, cooking, cleaning, and caring for children. We all know that it never hurts to make a little extra cash, but most work would interfere with your already busy schedule. Yet the work you’re already doing for your family often includes things others will pay you to do for them.

Must Read Books That’ll Change Your Perspective On Money

Published 06/25/2015 by Theresa Cummings

Harry S. Truman once said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” It’s no secret that the majority of CEOs of Fortune 500 companies read an average of four to five books per month. Check out some of the top books on CEO lists.

15 Work at Home Ideas For Stay at Home Moms

Published 05/25/2015 by Theresa Cummings

As a mom who has opted to stay at home with your children, you may seek opportunities to work from home, either full-time or part-time. If so, you’re in luck. An increasing number of companies are seeing the benefits of hiring remote workers. Unfortunately, the number of scammers has also risen. So how do you protect yourself?

Real Life Examples of Paying it Forward!

Published 05/05/2015 by Theresa Cummings

We live in a world where “there is no such things as a free lunch.” People don’t work for free, and investors don’t give out personal loans without interest. Even when friends or family do you a “favor” there are usually strings attached. Which is why it is so refreshing (and rare) when people are willing to do something for nothing. In the 2000 movie Pay It Forward, a social studies teacher gives his students an assignment to develop and put into action a plan that will change the world for the better.  One of his students, an 11-year-old named Trevor, comes up with a scheme he calls ‘Pay It Forward’ in which the recipient of a favor does not return the favor to the original benefactor, but instead grants a favor for someone else, either an acquaintance or a complete stranger.

Extravagant Luxuries Owned By The Richest People

Published 04/21/2015 by Theresa Cummings

It’s hard for us to imagine having more money than we could possibly spend in a lifetime, but there are many rich people who have such a fortune.  We explored the luxury items of the richest people.

Top 10 Things You Must Do After Starting A New Job

Published 03/24/2015 by Theresa Cummings

Starting a new job can be an exciting yet nerve-wracking time. Adjusting to a new workplace and new co-workers can be a challenge, and it is important to start off on the right foot with your new colleagues.

Knowing how to make and manage money is important but, without a healthy lifestyle, key factors enabling the task can be sorely affected. Energy levels, mental sharpness, and communication skills can all drop to unproductive levels. Both the National Institutes for Health, and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provide valuable information regarding behaviors necessary for a healthier life. A healthy body provides resources needed for being more effective in generating greater revenue and enjoying personal time. Consider these 10 Golden Rules:

Interestingly enough, gold remains intact; an ever-present commodity.  Silver, on the other hand, is being used up and discarded.  We are in a silver crisis at present and a host of people are buying up silver while they can.  Let’s take a look at why this is happening.

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