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Trump offers to help NY veterans group with money struggles

Richard Harbus/for New York Daily News (L to R) Larry Robertson, president of VIC, Rodney Moore, and Anthony Jackson in front of the new VIC office in Queens on Wednesday. What a difference a Daily News story makes. A cash-strapped Queens veterans group, initially rebuffed by aides to GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump, is now being courted by the hometown ...

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Trump offers to help NY veterans group with money struggles

Richard Harbus/for New York Daily News (L to R) Larry Robertson, president of VIC, Rodney Moore, and Anthony Jackson in front of the new VIC office in Queens on Wednesday. What a difference a Daily News story makes. A cash-strapped Queens veterans group, initially rebuffed by aides to GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump, is now being courted by the hometown ...

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8 Sly Ways to Save Money at Target

Filed under: How to Save Money AP By Melissa Neiman If you really enjoy perusing the aisles at Target, you’re not alone. In fact, Target is among America’s favorite places to shop. The discount retailer ranks third among mass merchant sellers, behind Walmart and Costco and ahead of Amazon, according to the National Retail Federation. Shoppers turn to the famous ...

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Strange Ways People Make Money Online

Filed under: Personal Finance Getty The Internet is a great place to launch entrepreneurial efforts. People have made money by creating useful products and functional websites, while others have found ways to make money in creative and interesting, yet strange, ways. Here is a sampling of some unusual online commerce. Online Eating – Mukbang, a combination of Korean words that ...

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What the Super Bowl Can Teach You About Money

Filed under: How to Save Money Getty By Kimberly Palmer For football players, managing money is easy to fumble. Unlike most people, they often earn huge paychecks early in their careers, when they have the least experience handling money, and then those paychecks can abruptly drop off when they retire from the game. HBO even created an entire television series, ...

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The 7 Best Lessons Successful People Have Taught Us About Money This Year

Filed under: Retirement Plans, Saving Getty By Kathleen Elkins If you want to be successful and grow your wealth, start by learning from those who have already done it. “Successful people look at other successful people as a means to motivate themselves,” writes T. Harv Eker in “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind.” “They see other successful people as models to ...

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The company behind Faraday Future’s money made an infotainment system for Aston Martin

LeTV, the Chinese media and electronics company that’s backing EV startup Faraday Future, has created an infotainment concept for Aston Martin. Unlike many of its sports car competitors, Aston doesn’t have a large parent company to inexpensively appropriate technology from. Instead, it has to develop everything from scratch or partner with a larger company to develop it for them, as it recently ...

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13 Bad Money Habits You Should Break in 2016 to Build More Wealth

Filed under: Saving Getty By Kathleen Elkins Getting rich is a long-term game. The good news is that starting to accumulate wealth is almost entirely under your control – all it takes is patience, the right mentality, and smart habits. If you want to master your money and build wealth, start by ditching these 13 costly habits as you head ...

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6 Car Expenses That Are Really Worth the Money

Filed under: Travel, Shopping, Transportation, How to Save Money, Home & Garden Getty Images By Hana Livingston As any driver knows, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the abundance of car-related goods and services, from pricey detailing to third-party warranties to premium fluids. Car owners on a budget must decide when to invest and when to cut corners. Pinching pennies ...

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5 Little Things You Could Be Doing to Save Money, but Aren’t

Filed under: Travel, Credit Cards, Shopping, How to Save Money, Consumer Issues Getty ImagesUnplugging electronics and filling out surveys at the bottom of receipts can boost your bank account. When it comes to money, every little bit adds up. That’s what everyone always says, but everyone also has their limits. For instance, if you see a penny on the ground, ...

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