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Most of the time, I have my financial house in pretty good shape. I follow my well-planned grocery list at the grocery store. I don’t spend much money on stuff I don’t need. I keep us on track with our family’s budget. I don’t spoil my children with expensive stuff or experiences. I save plenty... The post Sometimes appeared first on The Simple Dollar.

Facebook Messenger Allows Us To Send Money To Friends

Facebook Messenger has quickly become the most downloaded app in the Apple StoreThe announcement that Facebook Messenger will now allow... The post Facebook Messenger Allows Us To Send Money To Friends appeared first on Lifehack.

Pebble Might Have Money Woes, Despite Demolishing Kickstarter

Technology is filled with all kinds of rumors, real and fabricated. It gives us a look at what might be and will be. BitStream gathers the whispers all in one place to divine what the future has in store. Read more...

Make Money Online with Your Own Zazzle Store

One of the greatest things about the dot com lifestyle is that it can be achieved in so many different ways. The Internet has had the incredible effect of leveling the playing field, giving everyone the opportunity not only to make money online, but to earn a very comfortable living doing so. And yes, this includes busting the myth of […]

IRS to Return $107K Seized from Mini-Mart Owner

Months after more than $107,700 was seized by the Internal Revenue Service, North Carolina convenience store owner Lyndon McLellan learned the government has decided to dismiss the case that took his money and it will be returned. "It's a relief to know that you're getting something back that's yours to start with," McLellan said. Show More Summary

IRS ADMITS ERROR IN CIVIL FORFEITURE CASE:  The IRS and Department of Justice are being forced to r…

IRS ADMITS ERROR IN CIVIL FORFEITURE CASE:  The IRS and Department of Justice are being forced to return $107,000 seized from a convenience store business in North Carolina.  The money was seized by the government pursuant to the atrocious practice known as “civil forfeiture”– which is just a legal term for government larceny–after mandatory bank […]

EU PSN sale: Battlefield 4, Hardline, Dragon Age: Inquisition, more

The European end of the PlayStation Store is hosting another sale that heavily slashes the prices of plenty of AAA titles. The latest PSN sale is chuck full of mega titles and DLC for not a lot of money, with even more discounts for Plus members. Most of the large discounts are on EA games […]

Consumer caution keeps retail sales flat in April

U.S. consumers kept their money in their wallets in April, stalling retail sales despite warmer weather and the Easter holiday, which traditionally give stores a spring boost.

Odd and Curious People You Meet at a Book Signing

The invitation from the reputable book store seemed genuine and exciting, so I packed my book bags and drove 100 miles to present a program and sign books. The momentary glamour was offset by the reality that I made enough money to pay for my gas to drive back home. Show More Summary

Whimsical Stainless Steel Narwhal Barbecue Skewers Now Available at the Laughing Squid Store

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Spike Your Summer BBQs with These Steel Unicorns of the Sea! In June 2013 we wrote about artist Melissa Dowell‘s efforts to raise money through Kickstarter that would allow her to bring her whimsical set of Narwhal Barbecue Skewers to market. Her campaign was fully and successfully funded and nearly two years later, we’re happy […]

Creator of Fake Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Game Gets Served Subpoena

An unofficial “Five Nights at Freddy’s 4? game got through the App Store’s approval process, even though it was clearly a palette swap of the original game. The app cost $9.99 and made money for a few days before it was pulled. Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise creator Scott Cawthon filed for a subpoena against the developer. Show More Summary

29 brands that will make a ton of money from millennials

Millennials are maturing into parents, which is great news for children's brands, grocery stores, and furniture retailers. The generation's spending is set to peak in the coming years, according to Morgan Stanley, and c ompanies from...Show More Summary

The Growing Generational Divide

I was always with older folks when I was very young. They called me “Little Man” and told me I was “an old soul.” I worked in the garden with my grandparents, learned how to count money with Old Man Hoskins at the local store, and eavesdropped on the tales of my ancient neighbors. Show More Summary

The Humble Store Is Having Another Of Its Bloody Sales

So yeah, if you don’t have any money go ahead and assume this sale doesn’t exist. More »      

Jeb Bush Put Tax Money in X-Rated Rental Stores

Conservatives in Florida were aghast: State documents said that Gov. Jeb Bush and other overseers of Florida's pension system had shifted retirees' money into a company called Movie Gallery, one of the largest film rental firms in America. Show More Summary

Our Former Honey Baked Ham Store at 2190 Geary Near Divisadero Should Be a Medical Building, But What It Is is EMPTY – For Years!

TweetThe only time I hear about Geary and Divisadero, the Great Crossroads of the Western Addition, is when crime occurs on a MUNI bus or at a MUNI bus stop. And imagine trying to make money slinging hams at this windswept location with no parking. Somebody should do something with this place, is all I’m saying:

VIDEO: Anit-Fur Activists Confront Kim Kardashian At Book Signing

Kim Kardashian‘s picture book, Selfish, hit book stores this week. And people actually went to Barnes & Noble in NYC on Tuesday to not only spend their money on the book of selfies but also to stand in line to meet the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star. Show More Summary

More Proof You're Unlikely To Get Rich From Apps

Another reminder that it’s hard to make money from apps: an app which made the Mac App Store Top 10 still pulled in just $US302 on its first day. More »      

2nd Cir. Affirms: Music Companies Defied Consent Decree

Content providers are still struggling to figure out how to make money in the digital age. Music publishers, in particular, were much more comfortable with selling CDs from physical stores than they were selling digital copies, and even those, it seems, are giving way to streaming services. This case from......

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