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Patreon: More YouTube gold

Patreon: More YouTube gold

So, you’ve got your YouTube channel set up. You’re beginning to run ads on your videos through YouTube’s YPP (YouTube Partner Program). Money from those ads is just starting to trickle in. [...]

Black Friday: A real steal?

Black Friday: A real steal?

November 29th is the great day of savings this year. We all know it as Black Friday. It’s that day after Thanksgiving where just about every category of shopping goes on sale. Typically, folks [...]

Fiscally fit kids

Fiscally fit kids

Since its founding over 80 years ago, San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU) has become one of the largest credit unions in the nation, now serving a diverse community of more than three million people. “[...]

In search of the self-sufficient member

In search of the self-sufficient member

A self-sufficient member is a good thing. Do-it-yourself folks don’t need expensive help, are more likely to be satisfied, and are sticky — they are in it for the long run with their favorite financial [...]

College matters . . . maybe

College matters . . . maybe

If you have college-bound kids, or you’re a graduate yourself, no doubt you’ve noticed how expensive college can be. A 2016 article by Independentlisted seven of the most expensive college degrees in the [...]