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Saving Money

Is Social Media Costing You Money?

By: Millionaire Dojo I don’t think humans were ready for social media. It’s probably had one of the biggest social impacts in history. It’s changed the way we communicate, do business, find dates and the list could go on and on.  Being able to keep in touch with your friends around the world...

Building Wealth

Protect Your Investments in a Volatile Stock Market

By: Fred | Money With A Purpose Editor’s note: Although this article was originally published in February of 2018, it’s still very applicable today I thought this would be a good time to talk about how to protect your investments a...

General Finance

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...

Saving Money

10 Stupid Ways I’ve Caught Myself Wasting Money

By: Michelle | Operation Husband Rescue (on Your Money Geek) I consider myself to be one of the cheapest people on the planet. I wear socks until they are threadbare and undies until the elastic is completely shot. Wasting money physically hurts...

General Finance

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...

Early Retirement

The one staggering expense people forget to include in retirement planning

By: Danielle Roberts Many Americans feel the burden of expensive healthcare in the United States. As many people work to gain employer medical coverage, it can be easy to be unaware of what health truly costs. This leaves them unprepared for how...

Building Wealth

The Simple Math Behind Starting A Side Hustle

By: Tom Blake | This Online World I talk about side hustles a lot. As a college student, I have good reason to frequently mention this topic seeing as I believe starting a side hustle is absolutely vital for anyone in school. Additionally, I think...

Building Wealth

How My Income Skyrocketed and Net Worth Plummeted with My Education

By: My Early Retirement Journey We’ve all heard it from one source or another that one of the best reasons to graduate high school (and eventually college) is not just for the sake of furthering your education or accomplishing a goal, but for the...

Early Retirement

Ready to Jump? A 10-Point Checklist for Early Retirement

By: Dylin | Retire by 45 If you’re like many people in the workforce, you’ve probably fantasized about retiring early.  But how do you know when it’s the right time? Do you know how much money you need to cover your expenses throughout...

General Finance

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...

Building Wealth

Even unlucky long-term investors make money

By: Time In The Market It’s sometimes hard to be a long term investor. The stock market moves up slowly but can drop quickly. The pain of loss has more impact than the elation of gain. The long term investor who entered the market after 2008 has...

Saving Money

Living on 50% of our income saved us from disaster

By: Dr. Cory Fawcett | DrCorySFawcett.com After graduating from medical school I acquired my first real job as a general surgery resident. It was great to finally have an income after spending so many years borrowing money to eat. My pay wasn’t...

Financial Independence

Financial Independence is more than retiring early!

By: Feeding Our Fire Financial Independence isn’t always about Retiring Early, after several years of planning for an Early Retirement, life threw us a pretty big curveball. Life Happens Mrs. FoF and I have been on the Financial Independence path...

Building Wealth

How I Turned a Photography Hobby Into $1,138,610

By: Marc | Vital Dollar If you follow my blog it’s no secret that I’m a fan of side hustles as a way to make extra money and work towards financial freedom. My own personal experience with side hustles is the reason I recommend this approach....

General Finance

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...

Building Wealth

Hey first-time investors! Use these 7 critical tips to help minimize financial risk

By: Todd | Invested Wallet I remember being a first-time investor back in 2014, although that really wasn’t that long ago. But I do recall being nervous to get in the stock market, but also excited and a bit overwhelmed. Technically, I already...

Saving Money

Here are 4 ways your brain is working against you about money

By: Financial Mechanic If you are human, you likely have some hang-ups around money. Our brains are wired in ways that make money management difficult. In order to take control of your finances, it helps to understand the unconscious beliefs that...

Saving Money

Here are 8 unique ways to save money in 2019 that you probably haven’t thought of

By: Alexander | Daytradingz.com Do you know Lucifer Morningstar, the main character from the TV series Lucifer? He is regularly asking a crucial question, “What is it that you truly desire?” If you just happened upon this article and...

General Finance

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...

Building Wealth

Grow Your Income by Building Marketable Skills

By: Matt Spillar | Spills Spot All personal finance advice can essentially be narrowed down to one key maxim: spend less than you earn. This is easy to comprehend, but for most people, it is difficult to put into practice. To grow this gap between...

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