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About Up the Gains: Up the Gains - Money Made Simple was started to help close friends and family achieve some financial security but the problem was how do you make finance fun? Well, remove the jargon! We found if we approached the topic of money in a fun, candid and accessible way then our readers engaged more. We focus on delivering the very best money-making strategies, investment ideas, budgeting tips, saving hacks and side hustles. Our mission is clear, we want you to be financially free as fast as possible and we'll do whatever we can to get you there.
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