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How to make it past February 1 Article written by Marco A. Palma. Many of us have already decided that things will be different in 2018. We’ll eat better, get more exercise, save more money or finally get around to decluttering those closets. But by the time February rolls around, most of us – perhaps as many as 80 percent of the Americans who make New Year’s resolutions – will have already given up. Why does our self-control falter, so… Read More
Walmart Vs Amazon: Best ‘Black Friday’ 2017 Deals By Gordon Kelly Walmart’s Black Friday 2017 sales are poised to be the highlight of the holiday sales season, but rivals including Best Buy and Target, Kohl’s and Costco delivering killer deals to attract your attention. That said it is Amazon which is by far Walmart’s biggest Black Friday rival, so which retail giant really has the better deals? Let’s take a look… Read the full article here!
Provided by www.usatoday.com Good intentions generally only matter when you actually follow through with action. For example, joining a gym or signing up for a library card only count for anything if you actually work out or start reading more books. But that’s not entirely true when it comes to finances. In many cases, even if you fail to follow a budget you set, having had one in the first place at least gives you a way to judge how… Read More
By Trevir Nath | Updated October 17, 2017 Founded in 2009, Venmo began as a payment system through text message. However, as the peer-to-peer (P2P) economy has grown, Venmo has capitalized on the opportunity by introducing the platform as a social network in itself. Within months of its launch in March 2012, Venmo gained enough popularity that Braintree acquired the company for $26.2 million. Braintree, operating as the payment system for apps including Airbnb and Uber, was later acquired with Venmo by payment tycoon PayPal Holdings… Read More