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Top 8 Pros and Cons of Being a Telecommuting Parent

I am a telecomuting parent. There has been several good and challenging things about this. This article was a good on that gave me some insight into some of those areas and placed them in a different light.

Are you a mom or dad considering remote work for increased flexibility? Virtual Vocations gets real about the ups and downs of being a telecommuting parent.

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The CUT 3 FOR 3 Challenge – How I saved over $925 per month – millennial money hack

This is a very interesting article about how a guy saved himself some money by cutting out some of his disposable expenses. It is a very insightful introduction into how much money we can be wasting. I can see where this could work. Check it out and give us some feedback.

Are there places in your monthly expenses that you can remove three things and see how it impacts your financial picture.

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Want to Know Why the Bay Area Has a Housing Crisis? Read This Map. — Medium

I love the Bay Area, but I can see how there could be a housing crisis, especially when you look at the cost of real estate in the region.The Bay Area is growing by leaps and bounds and will grow by another 2.1 million people by 2040. Housing production, how…

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Take Back Your Finances #31: Don’t Forget About Your Beneficiaries

Do not let the future of your loved one be left to chance. Make the necessary moves right now to ensure that what you leave to them they will get. Done leave this to chance and place your family into a tailspin along with the grief of your slumber. This is a powerful article that needs to be digested and shared with others.

Organic Thoughts to You All….

Don’t assume or misunderstand who your beneficiaries are on your assets, don’t let your death be too late to be sure you have allocated your assets to whom you really want.

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