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Assess Recurring Monthly Expenses for Savings Opportunities


Spending falls into a wide range of categories for families and individuals, including food, shelter, clothing and a host of other items consumers need in order to survive.  Some expenses represent one-time purchases, like homes and cars, which have long useful lives.  Other buys are made over and over again, adding repeating monthly expenses to ... Read More »

Staggering Online Shopping Statistics and What They Mean For Your E-Commerce Business


Online retail sales are projected to reach approximately $1 trillion this year, and given the projected growth, e-commerce will only continue to increase in the near future. Even price leading companies such as Wal-Mart and Target are investing in user-friendly online retail sites to drive sales and build retention for customers lost to or These retail companies are ... Read More »

May 2014 Blog Income Report


Every month since November 2007 I have written an income report which documents all the methods I have used to make money over the past month, I do this because I want to help people to make money online like I do and believe that showing people what I earn is the best way to get them interested and inspired ... Read More »

How to Make Money Writing Essays for Lazy Students


One of the things that I have discovered over my eight year money making journey is that there are just so many different ways for you to make an income online, even if you don’t have any particular skills there are plenty of ways to still make a living from the internet. Essentially all you need is a computer, an ... Read More »

Zombie Alert! Avoid “Zombie” Savings Accounts


You work hard, pay your bills, and even manage to put away a bit of savings for a rainy day (or perhaps a sunny beach). But are you really putting money away? It has been estimated that 80% of all savings accounts in the UK are actually what is known as “Zombie” accounts, paying ultra low interest rates, sometimes as ... Read More »

Google AdSense Bans Publishers So They Don’t Have To Pay Them?


A whistleblower who used to work for Google’s Adsense team has been causing a bit of a stir online recently after releasing an article online about how Google have been instructing their Adsense team to ban publishers just so they don’t have to pay them. My initial thought about this was that it was just an irate ex-employee who wanted ... Read More »

Encash (YES-secure) Flips the Sign to Closed


I was reading one of the many fascinating income reports that Eric Gati publishes on his My 4 Hour Workweek site about two years ago when I finally became intrigued in his persistent gushing about how great peer2peer lending was and how he was doing rather well with it. I decided to have a go at it myself, but was ... Read More »