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5 Money Habits Worth Developing To Boost Personal Wealth

| June 29, 2021
5 Money Habits Worth Developing To Boost Personal Wealth

In real-life romantic relationships, it’s often the little things that matter, not the grand gestures worthy of a rom-com movie. The same is true of personal finance. You may have a high-paying job or a huge inheritance, but if you’re bent on boosting personal wealth, know it’s your little money habits that will play a […]

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How To Spend Freely – Reduce The Big Three

| May 4, 2021
How To Spend Freely – Reduce The Big Three

There are so many things we’d like to buy, but only have a certain amount of money to spend. But life isn’t about depriving yourself. It’s about being self-aware of what truly makes you happy and allocating your resources (time, energy, and money) to optimize those things. We need certain necessities like a place to […]

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Things I Did Wrong And Still Retired Early

| October 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
Things I Did Wrong And Still Retired Early

If I listen to a lot of financial independence-retire early naysayers, it would have been a mistake for me to even think about an early retirement. Yet, according to common beliefs, there was a lot I did wrong and still retired early. I’m a FIRE living believer that the path isn’t limited to only the […]

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7 Simple Personal Finance Principles

| June 4, 2020 | 0 Comments
7 Simple Personal Finance Principles

I like the number seven. Ten seems like a lot of rules principles, and five may not seem like enough. Maybe I’m a bit bias because my birthday is on the seventh day of November. 🙂 I never thought I would write one of those articles about the number of ways to do this or […]

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Big Risk Can Mean Big Growth

| September 11, 2019 | 0 Comments
Big Risk Can Mean Big Growth

Risks and rewards are related. They are usually inversely related. Generally, the more risk you take, the more you can get in reward. The opposite is true too though; the more risk you take, the more you can lose! Therefore, the risks you take should be calculated based on various factors. For the most part, […]

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Recovering From Financial Mistakes Like The Wealthy

| March 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
Recovering From Financial Mistakes Like The Wealthy

Regardless how experienced or educated you are, you will still make financial mistakes, some of them humdingers. Personal finance blogs and media outlets frequently share basic financial mistakes to avoid: spend less than you earn, invest in index funds, avoid debt and so forth. All this is good advice, but it goes a lot deeper […]

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5 Ways To Improve Your Finances Today

| August 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
5 Ways To Improve Your Finances Today

Everybody’s busy these days, but are you really too busy to improve your finances? It’s always important educate yourself about personal finance. However, there are small things you can do today that’ll help you reap rewards as well. So set aside a couple hours, buckle in, and commit yourself to making positive changes with your money. How to […]

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Real Estate Investing: Here Are 4 Timeless Strategies To Use

| September 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
Real Estate Investing: Here Are 4 Timeless Strategies To Use

For new investors, getting into the business of buying, selling, and renting homes may seem pretty ambitious. But like any other area of personal finance expertise, real estate investing boils down to some simple basics. With the right strategies, patience, and a willingness to learn, it’s a discipline that can help you make strides on […]

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