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Devon Taylor

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Devon is an experienced writer and a father of three young children. He's simultaneously trying to build college funds and plan for an eventual retirement. He's been in online publishing since 2013 and has a degree from the University of Guelph. In his free time, he loves fanatically following the Blue Jays and Toronto FC, camping with his family, and playing video games.

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Investing in tech stocks

Tech Stocks: Which Ones To Invest In (and Ones to Avoid)

In many respects, technology stocks continue to move markets all around the world. Technology growth stocks are consistently among the most widely held and valuable securities — and with good reason. The innovations pioneered by top technology companies push us all forward. They improve the quality of life for people in both rich and poor […]

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What Are Bearer Bonds (and How Do They Work)?

A bearer bond is a fixed-income security, very similar to a regular bond. However, a bearer bond is owned by the holder (or bearer) rather than by a registered owner. The coupons for interest payments are physically attached to the bearer bond. The bondholder is required to submit the coupons to a bank for payment […]

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Amazon Stock: How to Buy and What to Consider

Online retailer Amazon is one of the biggest and best-known companies in the world today. Its popularity (and value) has only grown during the pandemic, as people all over the world were literally forced to shop online when retail stores were closed. Founded outside Seattle, Washington in 1994 as an online retailer of books, Amazon […]

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What Are The New 2021 Tax Brackets?

Each year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) updates their marginal income tax rates. In other words, they issue new tax brackets for the year ahead to reflect the ongoing impact of inflation. For 2021, there are seven income tax brackets in the United States: 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35% and 37%. These will be […]

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Effective Ways To Practice Self-Care on a Budget

Self-care is defined by the World Health Organization as “the ability of individuals, families and communities to promote health with or without the support of a healthcare provider.” More broadly, self-care is described as an individual nurturing their spiritual, emotional, and physical health. It’s an important part of keeping your mental health in a healthy […]

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Hidden Benefits of a Costco Membership

A Costco membership can do a lot more than help you stretch your grocery budget. A membership at Costco comes with many perks, some of which you might not even be aware of. Take a look around a Costco outlet and you’ll see that deals and discounts can be found everywhere. If you’re trying to […]

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The Top High Earning Work From Home Jobs

Many people have always dreamed about being able to work from home. The pandemic certainly pushed millions of people into remote working, whether they liked it or not. On the other hand, it provided plenty of proof that employees are clamoring for work from home jobs to become the new standard. Although not every job […]

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High risk drivers

Car Insurance for High Risk Drivers: The Best Options

When you apply for car insurance, insurance companies complete a “risk assessment.” This is to determine the likelihood that you’ll eventually file a claim. Many factors play into assessing your overall risk as a driver. Your driving history is obviously included, but so are things like your credit score. If you have a history of […]

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The Best Car Insurance For Millennials

Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are the demographic sandwiched between Generation X and Generation Z. They are typically considered to be propleg born between 1981 to 1996. Most Millennials are the children of baby boomers and early Generation Xers. Today, most Millennials are between the ages of 25 and 40. They are working, raising […]

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Cash, Coins & Calendar

How To Negotiate Lower Monthly Bills

With unemployment at record highs and job security often unstable, you might find yourself strapped for cash. One potential solution is to lower your monthly bills. We’re not just talking about cancelling services either. It is actually possible to negotiate with some companies for lower rates. While it won’t be easy, it’s possible to negotiate […]

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