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Personal Finance Essentials
If vital life skills aren’t covered early on, especially related to personal finance, what negative habits will our youth form by the time they’re adults?
The first step towards financial freedom is frugality. Frugality might seem like a bad word to some. But this is largely due to 5 myths.
You can pretty much be broke at any age. For me, I was pretty poor…
You may have heard investors buzzing about self-directed Bitcoin IRAs and other “hot” new products. But before you can decide whether you want to start moving money out of your IRA and toward a cryptocurrency investment, it’s best to have some grasp of what cryptocurrency actually is. Read on!
Few things are quite as important in the business-and-investing world as access to capital. Unless you have piles of cash in the bank, you are likely going to need access to credit to fund your deals. Here are five ways to make sure your score is in top shape.
Whether you’re just starting out, looking to minimize your debt, or you’re an old real estate warhorse like me looking to crunch it down quickly, these tips should help you reach your goals while you maintain or are on your way to financial freedom.
Being frugal is an essential element to achieving financial freedom and amassing vast amounts of wealth. It’s not the same as being cheap. Here’s why.
I like Credit Karma as much as the next guy. In fact, the app is downloaded on my phone. I check it religiously every seven days. However, did you know Credit Karma does not provide your actual FICO credit score?
What I was looking for was some program that would automatically track my net worth for me. It didn’t take me long to find exactly what i was looking for: Personal Capital.
Your expense will vary based on the amount of people you are supporting. But for the average, single American, let’s assume $6,000 per year, or $500 per month. This article is going to show you a way to slash that in half.
I want to show you two real estate investment strategies you can use to fund college tuition without exposing yourself further to stock market risk and fluctuations: The “Earmarked Asset” and the “Cash Flow as You Go” strategies.
Being broke is a condition, but being poor is a mindset. Most of us are broke at some point in life, but we can move past that and not let it ruin our lives. In this video, I offer five suggestions that have worked in my life to help make sure I never struggle financially again — so you won’t either!
Think it’s a pipe dream, putting half of your after-tax income toward investments? Then you’re not thinking hard enough. These tips will get you there.