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Stay-at-home parents are busy, but if you can find a few hours a day, you can earn extra cash. Personal Finance expert Bob Lotich suggests some opportunities.
Problogger Jim Wang explains how he pushed past the six-month small business plateau, kept growing, and eventually sold his blog for a cool $3 million.
Many aspiring freelance writers get caught in a race to the bottom on content job bidding sites. Earn what you're worth with these tips from a successful blogger.
Today we found some great articles on getting the perfect freelance job, donating clothes for a tax write off, and tips for getting and nailing a job interview.
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