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What’s the one thing standing between you and financial freedom? Money. Whether you’re looking to make more money or watch your savings grow, WG has all of the tips and tricks to help you fast-track your journey to financial success.

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How To Earn Extra Money By Renting Out Your Car Make Money

How To Earn Extra Money By Renting Out Your Car

Everyone could use a few extra dollars in their pocket, right? With inflation running rampant and many people facing uncertain financial situations in these weird post-pandemic times, plenty of folks are looking for a way to pad their income. One of the best new ways to achieve that could be to rent out your vehicle. […]

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Quiet Quitting: What Is It and What Does It Mean for the Workplace? Money

Quiet Quitting: What Is It and What Does It Mean for the Workplace?

The term “quiet quitting” has spread like wildfire on social media. But the concept existed long before it trended on TikTok. While burnout, low pay, and unsatisfying work/life balances led some workers to join the Great Resignation, others “quietly quit” instead of actually quitting their jobs. Quiet quitting means different things to different people. However, […]

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The 12 Stupidest Fees That You Should Never Pay Save Money

The 12 Stupidest Fees That You Should Never Pay

If you’ve been paying attention lately, it certainly feels like the cost of… well, everything, has been going up lately. And while goods and services do typically cost more over time due to inflation, that’s not the only thing attacking your budget these days. For many people, it’s all the extra fees. Fees in places […]

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Home Renovations That Can Actually Decrease The Value Of Your Property Home Ownership

Home Renovations That Can Actually Decrease The Value Of Your Property

Plenty of would-be-house-sellers make an effort to spruce up their property before listing it for sale. While there are plenty of simple, cost-effective ways to make your house more attractive to potential buyers, it’s also easy to go overboard. Some homeowners end up spending thousands of dollars on upgrades, only to realize they’ll never see […]

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How To Earn Extra Money By Renting Out Your Car Make Money

How To Earn Extra Money By Renting Out Your Car

Everyone could use a few extra dollars in their pocket, right? With inflation running rampant and many people facing uncertain financial situations in these weird post-pandemic times, plenty of folks are looking for a way to pad their income. One of the best new ways to achieve that could be to rent out your vehicle. […]

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Quiet Quitting: What Is It and What Does It Mean for the Workplace? Money

Quiet Quitting: What Is It and What Does It Mean for the Workplace?

The term “quiet quitting” has spread like wildfire on social media. But the concept existed long before it trended on TikTok. While burnout, low pay, and unsatisfying work/life balances led some workers to join the Great Resignation, others “quietly quit” instead of actually quitting their jobs. Quiet quitting means different things to different people. However, […]

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How To Avoid Student Loan Forgiveness Scams Student Loans

How To Avoid Student Loan Forgiveness Scams

President Biden recently announced a student loan relief program, forgiving up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for eligible borrowers. Unfortunately, scammers are targeting those with student loan debt before the legitimate program rolls out. That’s why the FTC issued a consumer alert, warning people that criminals will likely exploit the news to take […]

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Budget-Friendly Home Security Systems With No Monthly Fee Home Ownership

Budget-Friendly Home Security Systems With No Monthly Fee

Your home is a place where you want to feel safe and secure. However, less than 40 percent of Americans have a home security system. Cost may be a significant factor for many people. Professionally monitored systems can easily run up to $65 USD per month. More and more people are opting for a self-monitored, […]

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Electric Car vs Gas Costs: Which Truly Saves You The Most Money? Electric and Gas-Powered Car Fueling Up Save Money

Electric Car vs Gas Costs: Which Truly Saves You The Most Money?

There’s no doubt that the future of driving is electric. In fact, Morgan Stanley predicts that 72% of all car sales will be electric by the year 2040. Almost every major automaker has already invested billions of dollars into expanding their electric vehicle lineups. Within 20 years, it will probably be next to impossible to […]

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When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Pay Other People To Do Things Man Fixing Sink While Woman Watches Save Money

When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Pay Other People To Do Things

When we think of frugal living and living within our means, we often think about doing more things on our own. Whether it’s building our own shelves or changing the oil in the car, it’s easy to think about ways to save some money by putting in some effort. I even asked my wife to […]

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Paying Big Bucks for Child Care? Here’s How to Save Some Money Baby Pacifiers on Cash Save Money

Paying Big Bucks for Child Care? Here’s How to Save Some Money

My friend once told me she paid $50 a week for her son to spend five or six hours in a daycare/preschool. That’s $200 a month for about 12 hours of child care. It was brutal for her on her student budget. However, she didn’t really have a choice. She also told me that things […]

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