5 Side Gigs That’ll Let You Get Paid to Help People or Animals

Professional snuggler Samantha Varnerin poses in her bedroom in Medford, Mass., on Sept. 24, 2016. Erik Jacobs for The Penny Hoarder If nurturing comes naturally to you, there are ways to turn that instinct into extra money. Side gigs aren’t limited to doing other people’s grocery shopping or selling stuff online. There’s a slew of […]

13 Must-Have Words to Include In Your Resume

We’ve all read about what not to include — here’s what you should. May 27, 2019 9 min read This story originally appeared on Glassdoor Steer clear of overused clichés. Misspelled words are immediate grounds for denial. Words like “rockstar” and “synergy” are so 2015. We’ve all read about what not to include in a resume. […]

Diverse Workplaces Generate 19 Percent More Revenue Than Less Diverse Competitors

Working with people just like you is so comfortable that less gets done. May 26, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. A multicultural workplace offers a wealth of opportunities, as well as plenty of traps for cultural misunderstandings. Diverse workplaces generate 19 percent more revenue than less diverse work environments. In […]

What You Should Be Teaching Your Kids About Budgeting

Parents, you want the best for your kids. You don’t want them stumbling through life, struggling financially and figuring everything out on their own, do you? No! That means talking to kids about money at a young age and teaching them how to properly manage it. The Penny Hoarder recently conducted a survey of over […]

How Entrepreneurs Can Manage Their Health Like They’re Managing a Fortune 500 Company

The principles of building a billion dollar company or body are the same. May 25, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When it comes to a club that many entrepreneurs dream of joining, it’s getting into the Fortune 500. If you look at all of the Fortune 500 companies, […]

8 Ways to Pay for College Without Student Loans or Your Parents’ Help

Parents aren’t perfect. Shocking, I know. So even though you may have been planning out your college career, your family’s financial situation may not have kept up with your dreams of campus life. On average, 34% of college costs were paid from parents’ income and savings, according to a national study by Sallie Mae. But […]

Roth IRA vs. 401(k): A Guide for Anyone Who Wants to Retire Someday

When you’re trying to decide between a Roth IRA vs. 401(k), the personal finance gods often have an easy answer for you: Do both, they decree. Well, that’s easy if you’re swimming in so much cash that you can go on a retirement savings binge — yet don’t earn enough to disqualify you from contributing […]

How Sarah Pendrick Is Empowering the Next Generation of Women Entrepreneurs

The Founder of GirlTalk discusses her early beginnings and her commitment to inspiring women entrepreneurs. May 24, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Sarah Pendrick is a leader in the women empowerment space. She’s an international speaker who recently addressed attendees of the Women Economic Forum in Los Angeles with […]

The 5 Things Entrepreneurs Should Never Post on Social Media

Plus, check out a bonus tip about what not to post on social media at the very end. May 23, 2019 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Social media offers a great opportunity to build your brand, increase engagement in authentic ways, show what your company is really about and […]

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