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How To Invest Excess Income in an Effective and Efficient Manner

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Putting your money to work for you is a wise decision.

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The amount of people who simply leave their money in a savings account is staggering. In no way is this the most effective use of your money as your money could be earning more than 1 percent per year interest. There are plenty

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