Category: Personal Finance

The 6 Proven Steps To Financial Independence

October 20, 2017 | By | Reply More
The 6 Proven Steps To Financial Independence

Are you spinning your wheels in the rat race these days wondering if there is a better way to live? There is! We all want to be free from the man; to free ourselves from the stranglehold that modern society places upon us. The ultimate goal that I think everybody wants is to be able […]

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8 Personal Finance Moves I Wish I Knew Before Turning 30

October 4, 2017 | By | Reply More
8 Personal Finance Moves I Wish I Knew Before Turning 30

I am now 32 and I am sadly just starting to mature with my personal finance moves. I guess better late than never but I still get a knot in my stomach every time I think about the time I wasted. Today I want to talk about 8 personal finance moves I think every twenty-something […]

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Should I Invest In An Annuity? Simple Answers To All Your Annuity Questions

September 29, 2017 | By | Reply More
Should I Invest In An Annuity? Simple Answers To All Your Annuity Questions

Understand the Annuity Product-In Plain Language Annie Logue of the Root of All, Chicago on the Cheap, and author of several Money and Investing Dummies books about asks; “When are annuity investment products a good idea?” Annuities are a hot button financial offering because they are a product that usually charges you high fees and nets the seller a […]

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Don’t Assume You Will Magically Retire…

September 25, 2017 | By | Reply More
Don’t Assume You Will Magically Retire…

Never assume that you will magically become financially stable. Financial freedom is the result of careful and meticulous planning. Contributing 3-5% to your 401k likely won’t be enough. This is especially true if you start investing late or not knowing what funds you are investing in. Figure out how much you need for retirement and […]

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Preparing For Retirement The Right Way

September 20, 2017 | By | Reply More
Preparing For Retirement The Right Way

Preparing for retirement can seem like a complicated thing to those who haven’t thought much about it or haven’t researched the subject. Individuals just have to make sure they cover all the bases before stopping work for good. Stressing about retirement won’t help. What’s done is done. It’s time to look forward and take positive […]

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8 Money Tips That Will Change Your Life Forever

September 15, 2017 | By | Reply More
8 Money Tips That Will Change Your Life Forever

That is the goal, right? To finally have enough money to live your life the way you want. A life where you don’t have to worry about deadlines, or your bossy boss or an annoying colleague. A life of where you have the time to travel, make new friends, dine in the best restaurants. In […]

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FIRE: Basics For Your Retirement Game Plan

September 8, 2017 | By | Reply More
FIRE: Basics For Your Retirement Game Plan

You want to retire early but don’t know how. You want to be financially independent but don’t know how. Here’s the deal: the rules of FIRE (financial independence / retire early) are easy to follow, but the execution of your retirement game plan requires complete focus and discipline. The 4% Rule The 4% rule is the glue […]

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10 Steps To Organized Finances

September 1, 2017 | By | Reply More
10 Steps To Organized Finances

Maybe you’re sitting there looking through credit card statements and bank transactions wondering how the heck you got yourself into this financial mess. Or maybe you think you’re on the right track but not quite sure what you need to work on next. Today I’m going to break your finances down for you into 10 […]

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The Magic Of Compound Interest

August 28, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Magic Of Compound Interest

The magic of COMPOUND INTEREST will literally change your life. I’m not talking about a measly low interest savings account offered by banks and credit unions either! For the most part, the typical savings account can’t even keep up with inflation and will actually lose money if left there long enough! Although they do serve the purpose […]

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5 Easy Ways To Stay Out Of Debt

August 23, 2017 | By | Reply More
5 Easy Ways To Stay Out Of Debt

The amount of debt that the US has is over 16 trillion dollars. That amount is ridiculously high. As I previously posted I have some debt that I am working on paying off. In the next few months, I will go into overdrive and work even harder to pay it off. I know that I’ll […]

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