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William

Blog Info

Name:
AdultingMoney
Category:
Lifestyle
Tags:
Personal finance, real life, money management, adulting, budget, lifestyle
Start Year:
2017

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Net worth:
$119,000.00
Location:
Huntersville, North Carolina, United States
Age:
Unspecified
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Airlines Pilot
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Latest Blog Posts

Great guest post from Patricia Sanders at https://wiki.debtcc.com/lifestyle/improve-your-lifestyle-by-knowing-the-impacts-of-a-good-budgeting-habit.html Are you worried that your financial boat may sink any moment? If so, then you need a rock-solid budget plan to make your financial boat stable. A good budget plan can help you attain your personal finance goals quickly, which is why I made a list of budgeting tips that every newbie budgeter must know. Make a budget plan before the beginning of the ...
Posted: Sep 14 2017 @ 8:18 PM
With the popularity of the 401k growing across America, more people than ever are jumping on the compounding interest, employer match bandwagon. And who wouldn’t! Your employer is giving you “free money.” If you’re not currently signed up then stop reading this and sign up now! It’s one of the best retirement vehicles on the … Continue reading "The one BIG problem with your 401k" ...
Posted: Apr 18 2017 @ 8:35 PM
With the popularity of the 401k growing across America, more people than ever are jumping on the compounding interest, employer match bandwagon. And who wouldn’t! Your employer is giving you “free money.” If you’re not currently signed up then stop reading this and sign up now! It’s one of the best retirement vehicles on the market today. Most employers draft it from your paycheck (pay yourself first!), and you can also ...
Posted: Apr 18 2017 @ 8:35 PM
So you finally made the big jump and moved in together! No more risking my life driving 30 minutes in rush hour traffic, getting to see your pretty face everyday, etc. etc. Then you make a simple, seemingly uneventful trip to the grocery store to get ice cream (yes even during winter…I’m addicted ok!), take … Continue reading "Co-Habitating Finances" ...
Posted: Apr 08 2017 @ 1:47 PM
So you finally made the big jump and moved in together! No more risking my life driving 30 minutes in rush hour traffic, getting to see your pretty face everyday, etc. etc. Then you make a simple, seemingly uneventful trip to the grocery store to get ice cream (yes even during winter…I’m addicted ok!), take it home, eat some most of it, then fly out for 4 days. After I get ...
Posted: Apr 08 2017 @ 1:47 PM
I’ve been binge reading lately so these will continue to stack up.  Whats your favorites? The Millionaire Mind The Millionaire Next Door The Wealthy Barber Money is Everything Rich Dad, Poor Dad Total Money Makeover How an Economy Grows and Why is Crashes ...
Posted: Apr 04 2017 @ 10:56 AM
Whats the best financial advice you’ve ever been given' Plan A:  Get adopted by rich parents Plan B: For me there’s really two pieces of advice, but I had to buy someone’s book and read it. There’s an idea, when your poor go out and buy something. At least you can come here and get … Continue reading "The BEST financial advice" ...
Posted: Apr 04 2017 @ 10:28 AM
Whats the best financial advice you’ve ever been given? Plan A:  Get adopted by rich parents Plan B: For me there’s really two pieces of advice, but I had to buy someone’s book and read it. There’s an idea, when your poor go out and buy something. At least you can come here and get it for free! The first is “pay yourself first.” I believe I got this from Rich Dad, Poor Dad. ...
Posted: Apr 04 2017 @ 10:28 AM
Here’s a controversial question for anyone talking about financial things: Should I pay off my debts before investing''' Begin WWIII…or is it WW3' Do we even use Roman numerals anymore' Oh yeah, superbowls! First off, are you financially stable'  If yes, then the answer = It Depends. Thank you, great article, I’m done. But what … Continue reading "Debt from the Depths" ...
Posted: Apr 03 2017 @ 4:45 PM

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