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Four ways to tackle overwhelming debt

Nicholas Pell •
The Simple Dollar

Any amount of debt can seem overwhelming, depending on what your income is or how much debt you’re comfortable having. If you’re feeling in over your head, it’s time to start looking for help to get you out of debt and back on track. When it comes to digging out from underneath your debilitating debt, there’s a


Why start-ups call for clear thinking

Personal Branding Blog •

In physics class, the teacher spoke about how getting a ball rolling drains more energy than just keeping it going once it’s on the move. I think that most business owners will agree that they were onto something. Running a business is never going to be easy. But a lot of people will agree that


Putting your trust in trusts

the editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance •

What is a trust? Essentially, it is an arrangement whereby you give assets to a legal entity (the trust) created in a separate agreement to be administered by an individual or institutional trustee for a beneficiary, who may be yourself or some other person. Well-written trusts can save time, money, and hassles by steering assets