Finance

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15 Jan 2016

How to Do Tax Returns if You’re Self Employed and Broke

Guest post by John Gillingham, a San Francisco CPA specializing in small business taxes at Gillingham CPA and makes apps to teach accounting and taxes. Taxes suck. So you are driving around a pink mustached Lyft in order to follow your creative, but less profitable pursuits. Maybe you illegally rent

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13 Jan 2016

New SF Proposal Would Double Affordable Housing Requirements

Supervisors Jane Kim and Aaron Peskin introduced a charter amendment yesterday that that would more than double San Francisco’s affordable housing requirements for market rate projects from 12% to 25% in new construction. The city currently requires market-rate projects to provide 12% of their units below market rate.  But developers

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win-the-lottery
09 Jan 2016

What to Do If You Win the Lottery

Have you ever thought about winning the lottery? I don’t mean the weird gonzo shit you’d do, like hire a marching band to follow you everywhere playing Rock’n Roll part 2 while you strut down the street (tell me that doesn’t sound awesome). I mean the actual mechanics of how to

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50% off New Glasses + Free Shipping!

We wrote about the 6 rad reasons why shopping for glasses on GlassesUSA.com will change the way you buy glasses forever. You can read about that here. But here's the important part: YOU GET 50% OFF + free shipping on your first pair of frames. Click to find out more!

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07 Jan 2016

Travel Tips on the Cheap This Winter

Now that the holiday craziness is over…it might be nice time to really relax. Here’s how to jet set on a serious budget this winter

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money bath
28 Dec 2015

Weird Ways to Make Money Online

From Selling your knowledge to selling your hair, we all need a little extra cash sometimes. There are several ways you can utilize your smartphone or your computer to obtain that little extra oomph for your budget.

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11 Dec 2015

How To Renovate Your Home While Keeping Your Piggy Bank Full

In 2012, there was an estimated 284 billion dollars spent on renovations in the United States alone. One thing that is having a big impact on the home improvement market is consumer demand for products that are environmentally friendly and leave less of a carbon footprint.
However, home upgrades and repairs can be expensive. The average cost of even a minor kitchen remodel is around $19,226, but a kitchen remodel is one of the top areas that will pay you back when selling a home.

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20 Nov 2015

Treating Depression on the Cheap

Depression is expensive. You eat junk food and order delivery because cooking and cleaning up sounds like slow torture. Your productivity falls off or you lose your job entirely. You miss obligations–everything feels like an obligation. You’re haunted by your elusive potential and the feeling that you’re letting everyone down.

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