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The winner of the monthly Money Mix votes will be automatically entered for a chance to win a Plutus award for producing the best piece of content for the year. Here’s how it works:
- Monday through Thursday, you’ll get four new articles up for a vote
- On Friday, the winners of the M-TH votes will be voted on again to reveal a weekly winner
- On the last Saturday of the month, the weekly winners are put up for a final vote to select the monthly “Best Content” winner
But, that’s not all.
All monthly winners will be automatically entered into the Plutus Award competition for a People’s Choice award for the best content of the year.
Plus, monthly winners will get a free pass to FinCon 2019 in Washington D.C.!
Here are This Week’s Daily Winners:
1. Monday, June 17
Robert Kiyosaki explains the differences between the four types of employment, and how they affect your financial future. Build wealth by focusing on the right side of the cashflow quadrant. This book review of Cashflow Quadrant (summary) lays out the short version of what you can learn and why it matters to you financially.
2. Tuesday, June 18
With all the internet hype pushing a wake up call at the butt crack of dawn, you’d think I might give it a go in the name of productivity. But let’s be real, unless I’m going to sacrifice sleep I still have the same amount of hours in my day to get stuff done.
3. Wednesday, June 19
A few weeks ago, I wrote this guide for The Money Mix. Since it’s the most comprehensive thing I’ve ever written about eBay, I’m thankful I get to share it with you here! Have you ever been curious about selling on eBay but didn’t know where to start?
4. Thursday, June 20
By Just Start Investing This is part two of a two part series on 401(k)s: determining if you should invest in your company stock in your 401(k). If you missed part one, you can find it here. We highlight the five things you should do before maxing out your 401(k).
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