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How To: Use the TextNow 4.0 App to send unlimited texts on the iPhone

TextNow is a great App for the iPhone that allows you to, for a $1 initial fee, send unlimited text messages to any other TextNow user without using any of the precious limited texts on your AT&T plan. The App is very easy to use, requires only a modest amount of additional money to keep using it forever, and will probably wind up saving you money in the long run by cutting down your monthly billed texts.

How To: Understand compound & continuous interest

In this video the instructor talks about compound and continuous interest formula calculations. You need to understand the concepts of simple and compound interest. Only then you can understand what the bank is doing to your money which are in your bank account. Simple interest is a method where when returning a borrowed sum to some one you pay additional price for using the money all this time. Compound interest is a similar concept where you pay interest on the original sum borrowed, and al...

How To: Use microgeneration to generate power

In this video, we learn how to use microgeneration to generate power. You can start by placing solar panels on your roof which is very easy to get installed. It's not a huge job, it just takes some workers and a meter that is in the house. This will tell you how much power you are getting through the solar panels. Another edition you can have is a panel that will give you hot water, which can save you money on your monthly bills. This will give you confidence in your energy because you are pr...

How To: Create a DIY hair removal wax with honey and sugar

Hairy sisters of the world don't have it easy, and we feel your pain. From plucking those pesky toe hairs to seeing your threader on a twice monthly basis, getting rid of the bushiness that is your body is one big pain in the ass...and wallet. If you're paying for enough hair removal treatments to rival Big Foot, save some money by making your own hair removal wax.

How To: Use Excel for daily interest and monthly deposits

Some savings plan pays interest 365 days in a year but you make deposit monthly. You can use Excel functions to calculate the maturity value of the of the monthly plan. To do this you have to use the nominal and effect functions before using the future value functions. First enter the know data like the monthly payment, the number of years of payment, the number of days in a year, and the annual percentage rate. First take the nominal rate and calculate the effective rate with the help of eff...

How To: Make payment calculations with MS Excel's PMT function

Whether you're interested in learning Microsoft Excel from the bottom up or just looking to pick up a few tips and tricks, you've come to the right place. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, ExcelIsFun, the 47th installment in his "Highline Excel Class" series of free video Excel lessons, you'll learn how to use the PMT function to calculate payments. Specifically, this video addresses the following topics:

How To: Add yearly totals from monthly data in MS Excel 2010

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 679th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to summarize yearly totals from monthly totals when there Year Criteria is entered as a serial date. See the SUMPRODUCT and SUMIFS functions. Learn about criteria and how to enter it into the SUMIFS functions.

Android Basics: How to Connect to a Wi-Fi Network

If you're just starting out with Android—or smartphones in general, for that matter—there are a lot of little things to learn. One of the first terms you'll likely encounter is "Wi-Fi," which is a wireless internet connection served up by a router in your home, office, or local coffee shop. This differs from your smartphone's regular "Mobile Data" connection, which is provided by your cellular carrier and included as part of your monthly bill.

How To: Create a good "make money" website

In this video, we learn how to create a good "make money" website. If you are starting out and trying to make money online, it can be done if you do a lot of work. If you aren't making any money, don't do this, wait until you have money so you are a credible source. You must be able to prove to people that you make a lot of money with this, and you can share with people how to do it as well. Your site will just get included with all the other websites that don't give enough information and do...

How To: Make money on Twitter

This might sound like a bunch of baloney, but there are ways to make money using different social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook. Although you can't directly make money by tweeting something or commenting on a video, but there are ways to help attract attention to a song or video that can be purchased by people. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to make money using some helpful tips, on Twitter. Enjoy!

How To: Make an origami money butterfly

Is your love of money and butterflies only surpassed by your love of craft projects? Boy, are you in luck. With this guide, you'll learn how to make a dollar-bill butterfly using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own money butterflies, watch this free origami lesson.

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