I may find myself tied to the digital stake & virtually burned. But here goes: It is NOT imperative that you quit your job to become financially successful.
Author Brad Lohnes
Many homeowners assume they should pay off their mortgages as aggressively as possible. But does that REALLY make financial sense?
Do you make “pretty good” money but still actively worry about your finances? Do you wonder where your paycheck goes every month? This article is for you!
Maybe you just realized you’re “bad with money”—or maybe you’ve been trying to change for years. Either way, these steps will help good habits stick!
So you want to rent out your house to make money? Before you put a “for rent” sign in the yard, make sure it will actually be a profitable decision.
Does a comfortable retirement seem out of reach on your salary? It’s a bold statement—but we believe even modest pay can provide a solid retirement.
Why is money a taboo subject in our society? If we want to build a better world, we need to face the facts—good money management is vital to living well.
Financial literacy is woefully lacking in our society. Don’t want your kids to learn the hard way (at age ~30)? Then embed money lessons in the everyday.
Life isn’t fair — and yet, people operate under the assumption that it should be and fail to take the reigns of their own destiny. Here’s how to change.
What builds wealth more efficiently: Making more money or saving more money? Take a look at the numbers — and craft a winning game plan — here.
Ready to think creatively about building wealth? Learn how one investor used equity to build a million-dollar portfolio with none of his own money invested.