Daniel Brown

Daniel Brown
Daniel Brown is a content marketing professional at spoolah.com. He has worked in this industry since 2008, and as an experienced specialist, Daniel has a strong understanding of digital marketing, including its trends and technologies.

Skipping Valentine’s Day? Here’s How Much You’ll Save

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Valentine’s Day is one of the most significant commercial holidays on the calendar. However, Saint Valentine’s Day wasn’t always an expensive holiday where people gifted their loved ones’ overpriced cards, candies, and flowers. Every year, from Feb. 13 through the 15, ancient Romans would celebrate a festival called Lupercalia.  Lupercalia …

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Traditional vs. Roth IRA

As you start to save for retirement, you will need to choose between a traditional and Roth IRA. There are some big differences. We will help you study your options to make the best decision for your financial future. What is an IRA? An individual retirement account, or IRA, is …

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How Do Credit Card Points Work?

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Credit card points are a form of rewards given through credit card companies. Cardholders can earn credit card points in numerous ways, whether through purchase, referring friends, or simply opening a new credit card. With a points credit card, you generally will earn at least one point per $1 spent …

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Financial Literacy for Kids: 9 Tips for How to Start Teaching

Financial literacy for kids

Financial literacy is a difficult subject for most adults, even more so for children. It takes time and patience to educate children about how money works, but that doesn’t mean that extra time spent talking to your kids isn’t worth it.  It’s tempting to shield your children from financial stresses, …

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2021 Housing Market After COVID

In 2020 the housing market experienced a major pandemic-driven boom, with low-interest rates and high demand for housing. Experts predict that this demand will continue through the next year, as those who could not afford a home in 2020 are saving up for 2021. According to the National Association of …

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What’s Happening in the Tourism Industry?

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The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t only a health crisis but an international economic crisis too. Since the implementation of travel restrictions, the tourism industry has been heavily affected. This had led small businesses that rely on tourists to shut down, to some major airline companies declaring bankruptcy. Travel Restriction With the …

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How to Overcome Financial Problems and Difficulties

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It is not uncommon for individuals to face financial insecurity at some point in their lives. Everyday expenses coupled with unexpected fiscal emergencies can put a dent in savings. While some monetary speed bumps are unavoidable, there are ways to be better prepared and to overcome financial issues that may …

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How to Make Extra Money on the Side

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There are very few people who would say no to finding new ways to make extra money. There are more opportunities than ever before. Twenty years ago, making extra money was tough as we didn’t have the internet. Still, recently, so many people have turned to the internet to make …

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How to Increase Productivity and Improve Efficiency at Work

How to Increase Productivity

The topic of productivity is one that has been discussed and dissected across numerous self-help seminars and books time and time again. But can there really be a blueprint to increasing work efficiency, or are some people just naturally better at getting more done? Our productivity tips below offer techniques …

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