And the Survey Says…

And the Survey Says…

If you’re asking why MySurvey asks you so many things, the answer is that it needs all that information to qualify or disqualify you for surveys. IMPORTANT: fill in the information correctly. If you make a mistake, then be sure to contact the site to fix it because not supplying correct information will cause a lot of problems for you later. If you’re concerned about your...

Posted on May 21, 2016Read More

Check Your Inbox for Cash

Check Your Inbox for Cash

Read this if you want to learn more about Inbox Dollars. Yes, you can make money completing surveys, but that’s if – and ONLY if you qualify for them, which is where InboxDollars falls short for the vast majority of its members. Inbox dollars is a website that you can join to earn some extra money (although frankly the money should really be termed as pennies) because it...

Posted on May 21, 2016Read More

Shopping and Earning Cash

Shopping and Earning Cash

Ebates is a company that gives cash back if you click through the links of stores listed. The company is an affiliate to many online stores. What’s an affiliate? An affiliate is a person (or company, in this case) that makes a small commission for referring people. How can you start? When you’re ready, search for a store and click on the store link. This establishes a...

Posted on May 21, 2016Read More

Getting Stuff for Free

Getting Stuff for Free

SendEarnings is similar to another popular website, InboxDollars. That’s because InboxDollars owns and operates SendEarnings. Both companies are also owned by the same company, CotterWeb Enterprises. Both sites work in a similar way where you earn rewards by: Taking surveys Completing offers Doing tasks Redeeming coupons Watching videos And so forth SendEarnings has a...

Posted on May 21, 2016Read More

3-Step Approach to Household Debt Management

3-Step Approach to Household Debt Management

Debt is a universal problem, and something that continuously affects the person’s emotional health and quality of life. In the United States, the most common form of debt is credit card debt and it’s on the rise. According to one latest study of credit card debt among households, it was found out that the average credit card debt of a household is $15,355. And with an...

Posted on May 21, 2016Read More

Improve Your Money Management Skills

Improve Your Money Management Skills

Many people have problems managing their personal finances, even when they are proficient at managing a business. One of the first mistakes many people make is combining their business and personal finances in the same accounts. If you are running a business of any kind of size, establish a separate bank account and keep separate records for your business and your personal...

Posted on March 27, 2015Read More

How Cloud Based Services Work

How Cloud Based Services Work

In spite of the growing popularity of cloud computing and the familiarity of the term, many people are still in the dark about how cloud based services work. The phenomena of cloud computing has grown alongside of the use of big data for all types of businesses. One reason for the popularity of cloud based services is that they allow you to store and retrieve all of your data...

Posted on March 25, 2015Read More

Common Work At Home Scams To Watch Our For

Common Work At Home Scams To Watch Our For

We live in a time where the economy is not as friendly as it once was. Thanks to higher costs of living, pay cuts and increasing job turnover rates, it can be harder to make a living. Because of this, more and more people are turning to going into business for themselves. Every day, people are creating start-ups to provide for themselves and secure a better financial future....

Posted on March 24, 2015Read More

Secure A Loan Even With Bad Credit

Secure A Loan Even With Bad Credit

What is bad credit? Bad credit defines a past failure to keep up with your credit agreements and the incapacity to get approved for new credit. It means you haven’t paid your past credit obligations on time, that’s if you’ve paid any of them at all. You may have had accounts sent to a collection agency, charged high balances, filed bankruptcy or had a vehicle...

Posted on February 02, 2015Read More

Choosing the Right Software to Manage Your Personal Finances

Choosing the Right Software to Manage Your Personal Finances

Today, an increasing number of people do almost everything online. They shop for new products and services, communicate with friends and family, and manage their finances. Although the internet has provided a number of conveniences to save us time and money, there are also risks of fraud and scams in every one of these areas. When it comes to protecting your money, your first...

Posted on January 26, 2015Read More