This online class can help you get your finances in order for just $40

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This online class can help you get your finances in order for just $40
This online class can help you get your finances in order for just $40

TL;DR: Learn how to better handle your money with The Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle for $39.99, a 97% savings as of July 23.

Financial anxiety is a very real thing. In fact, about 72% of American adults report feeling stressed about their finances, whether it’s worrying about how to pay rent or feeling crippled by debt. And now that we live in uncertain times, negative feelings surrounding money are understandably heightened.

Don’t let financial anxiety take over your life. The best course of action is to face your issues head-on and do whatever it takes to gain financial freedom. And if you have no idea what that means, the Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle can help.

On sale for a limited time, this bundle contains courses on financial management, stock trading, real estate,

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Facebook, Twitter, Google face reckoning as deadline looms on Trump’s executive order

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Social media giants could soon get a stronger taste of the Trump administration’s attempt to weaken legal protections that have long shielded those platforms from liability for edits and deletions to user content.

Companies targeted by the President’s May 28 executive order could learn in more detail by Monday — when the order’s 60-day deadline arrives — how the administration intends to carry out its plan. It coincides with social media CEOs preparing to testify Monday before lawmakers on the hotly-contested and related issue of antitrust.

Underscoring the stakes, the executive order charges Twitter (TWTR), Facebook (FB) and its photo-sharing platform Instagram, as well as Google’s (GOOG) YouTube with wielding “immense, if not unprecedented, power to shape the interpretation of public events; to censor, delete, or disappear information; and to control what people see or do not see.”

The order requests that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reinterpret and issue

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Tips To Keep Your Finances in Order Without Sacrificing What You Want

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If you’re trying to live on a budget, you might not feel like you can have the things you want. But you don’t have to resign yourself to living a bare-bones existence if your budget is tight — it’s possible to live on a budget and get some of the stuff you want.

Last updated: July 20, 2020 

Create a Budget That Prioritizes Needs

If your income is limited, make sure it covers your needs first. “Food, shelter, clothing and utilities are needs,” said Donna Freedman, author of “Your Playbook For Tough Times. “The rest is just a series of wants.”

Creating a budget can help. List the expenses you have to pay to survive. Add them up, and then subtract them from your income. If there’s not much left over, you might have to make some sacrifices. Don’t think of cutting out wants to cover needs as deprivation, though

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