Author Archives: Tina Roth

Get to Know Me Better. Hi, I'm TINA! I am a financial planner, blogger, and freelance writer and digital marketing consultant. The idea of starting a finance blog has been hitting me for long; I took it seriously after falling into a spiral of finance debacles and recovering from it. Here I write about personal finance and money management tips.

7 Simple Home Insurance Tips Every Homeowner Should Follow

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Everyone says “home sweet home.” They say it for a reason. Home is the place where we unwind after a hectic day at work. Where we see our kids grow. It’s a world of our own where outsiders don’t have ...

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3 Things about Entrepreneurship Business School Never Taught You

Things about Entrepreneurship

To be an entrepreneur is a liberating and wonderful thing. Your excitement to deliver a fantastic product or service to market offers you the ability to fulfill your dreams and share your vision with the world. Starting a new business, ...

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Renovating Your House in a Budget

House Renovation in a Budget

Whether you have been living in the same home for a long time, or you have just recently moved in, there are few things that would need an upgrade or repair as time passes. It could also be that you ...

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How Do I Get an EIN Application?

How do I get an EIN application

If you are running your own business, chances are good that you have already realized that sometimes there is just too much to take care of in a timely manner. Sometimes thing slip our minds, in other words, and we ...

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Key Auto Insurance Tips that Every Car Buyer Should Know

Car Insurance Tips

Do you have your car insured? If you do, are you paying the right amount of insurance premium? Insurance companies consider a number of factors when they decide how much their customers will pay every month. These factors include age, ...

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Three Tips for Finding the Best Mortgage Deal

Best Mortgage Deal

For the first time since the end of 2015, the 30-year fixed rate mortgage average, provided by Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, crossed the 4% mark at the beginning of December 2016. It was well below the 4% mark ...

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Tips and Tricks for the First-Time Car Seller

Tips and Tricks for the First-Time Car Seller

Whether it feels like you’re saying goodbye to an old friend or finally unloading the perfectly-good, but not “you” car, the time has come to bid it adieu and put it on the market, and up for sale. It’s important ...

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Think Outside the MBA to Grow Your Career Earning Potential

Grow Your Career Earning Potential

You are a goal-oriented person with career benchmarks you want to meet. You know that additional training or education is the way to achieve the success you want, you just don’t know which program is right. Perhaps you’ve looked at ...

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Exhibition Trends for 2017

Exhibition trends for 2017

2017 is set to see the world of exhibitions take an even greater leap into embracing digital engagement with stand designs becoming more sustainable. Read more about these top three trends for 2017: Gamification Using short games at exhibitions is ...

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6 Ways to Save Money During the Holidays


The holidays are a notoriously expensive time of year. Many people will be facing a credit card hangover in January, but you can avoid sharing in those regrets if you take charge of your spending now. Figure out your overall ...

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