Dec 242019

Making Real Money from Your Side Gig

Posted on December 24, 2019 Uncategorized

  In the last several years, it’s become more and more common for working Americans to pick up some kind of side gig to bring in more income, help pay off debt, or simply have extra “rainy day” money. Whether you’re driving for a ridesharing service, selling your work on eBay or Etsy, or offering housesitting / petsitting services, there are so many different ways one can make money on the side. However, it’s important to ask yourself the important question: Are you making actual money with your side gig?   The answer to that question can determine whether you

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Dec 102019

Easy Workplace Stress-Busting Tips

Posted on December 10, 2019 Uncategorized

  As many working Americans can tell you, workplace stress is a big reality. Whether you have an administrative desk job, a front-facing customer service job, or a hands-on trade job, that stress will always manage to come up. However, it’s not just your daily job tasks that can cause stress; according to the American Psychology Association, 76 percent of Americans say that money and finances are a major cause of stress. And naturally, this can bleed into the workplace. Stressors surrounding money and your place of work can become intertwined, especially when it comes to salaries and paying bills.

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Dec 022019

Money-Saving Tips for Your Winter Electric Bill

Posted on December 02, 2019 Blog, Blog, Blog, Group A, Group A, Group A

  Winter has (almost) officially arrived in the Bay Area, and residents are looking for ways to beat the cold. The costs associated with keeping a home warm in cold months can give you sticker shock, even if you use alternative heat methods. However, there are a number of ways you can help cut your energy costs, and many take almost no effort.   Staying warm in the winter doesn’t have to break your bank. Here are some simple and innovative ways to keep down your energy costs in the upcoming winter months:   Keep an eye on your thermostat.

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