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7 signs that you might be living well beyond your means

By: Invested Wallet In our consumer and debt-heavy society, living beyond your means is all-too-common. And unfortunately for us, it can...

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Debt Intelligence: Using Debt As Financial Leverage In 2019

By: Money Pedals I have always wondered why people act like debt is bondage or a curse. Well, it is an obligation. And if you borrow unwisely, you can easily get under a great burden of debt. But if used wisely, debt is not bondage. Debt is financial leverage. Having loads of personal debt can...

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The Lost Art of Delayed Gratification

By: Matt Spillar | Spills Spot Convenience has become a normal part of everyday life. We live in a society where everything continues to become new and improved, arriving to our doorstep faster, easier to use, and simpler to understand. We have Amazon Prime so that our order arrives with free...

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What do you think about when you hear the term millionaire?

By: Steve | Think Save Retire If you are like a lot of people, the term “millionaire” conjures up images of suit-wearing men and executive “put together” women living in ritzy parts of town and driving nice cars.  But, that’s not the whole story. In fact, that’s not even half the...

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Want to avoid lifestyle inflation? Try these 7 things

By: Money Pedals Some time ago, I wrote a post on laws of wealth generation. In that post, I explained how Parkinson’s Law or the law of Lifestyle Inflation works. Recently, someone made a reference to that article and I decided to review the post. It was during that review that I remember a...

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The true cost of homeownership is higher than you think

By: Andrew | Wealthy Nickel I love owning my home. I could probably never go back to renting. I don’t want anyone telling me how much noise I can make, how big a nail I can use to hang a picture, or that I can’t paint my wall neon orange. (Not that I would do that, but …...

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What I would tell my 25-year old self about life

What if you were asked a question like this: “Knowing what you know now, what would you tell your 25-year old self about life?” How would you answer that question? Be honest, now. This might be a more difficult question to answer than you might think. I was asked that question, and my...

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Gratitude Is Great, But This Will Easily Change Your Life

By: Amanda | Why We Money Don’t get me wrong, gratitude is a beautiful thing. I realize most of us are thinking about giving thanks and having gratitude this week. I mean, Thanksgiving. This is the time of the year when we step back, look at the big picture, and express gratitude for all the...

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How Are You Dealing with Adversity in Your Life?

By: Fred | Money With A Purpose Dealing with adversity is something that’s been on my mind a lot lately.  I recently started an interview series on Money with a Purpose to talk to people about the topic. Adversity comes in all shapes and sizes. It can be big things like cancer, abuse, job...

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Is living off *only* your dividends possible?

By: Millionaire Mob Historically, dividend investing has been viewed as a way for risk-averse, “belt and suspenders” investors to invest in the stock market. I couldn’t disagree with that mentality more. Dividend investing is one (if not my most) of my favorite ways to increase my income...