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Justin Weinger

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Name:
So Over This
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Retirement, Financial Independence, Make Money, Budgeting
Start Year:
2011

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Location:
Novi, Michigan, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Finance
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Latest Blog Posts

Now seeing the title of the article to use your credit card for every purchase could scare some, especially if you have had credit card issues in the past or maybe don’t trust yourself with keeping spending under control.  With the credit limit so high, you have virtually and endless amount of room to spend, […] The post Smart Reasons to Use a Credit Card for All Purchases appeared first on ...
Posted: Nov 14 2017 @ 10:35 PM
Welcome back to another monthly income report on So Over This! This is my usual foray into my revenue and net earnings that I illustrate and publish for you all of you voyeurs each month. The best earnings are the kind that you make from the comfort of your own home! If you  want to replicate the earnings you see, or some form of them, check out my quick and ...
Posted: Nov 06 2017 @ 9:08 PM
While there may be many misrepresentations of credit cards, it can actually make plenty of financial sense by using one.  First of all, using a debit card opens yourself up for fraud, especially with the amount of data being compromised these days.  With a credit card you don’t have to worry about your bank account getting wiped out.  Mostly the reason why I use a credit card for all purchases ...
Posted: Nov 05 2017 @ 11:36 PM
One of the most attractive investment products that can help you save for your retirement is an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). These savings vehicles come in two major forms, traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. Why Use an IRA to Invest for the Future? One of the reasons why an IRA is such an attractive way to invest is that IRAs offer several tax advantages, as opposed to other forms of investing. Depending ...
Posted: Oct 27 2017 @ 7:47 PM
Going out to eat can be a huge (and unnecessary) expense to take on every month.  Sure, it’s nice to have someone cook, serve, and cleanup after you, but it’s at a premium price.  Whether you are stopping to grab coffee in the morning, go out to lunch at work, take the family out to dinner, or let alone meet up for dinner and drinks with friends, it can be ...
Posted: Oct 18 2017 @ 10:29 PM
Purchasing a home is no easy feat. You’ve invested a lot of time and money into finding and making the perfect home for you and your family. Now that you have it, keeping it in good condition and maintaining its physical structure, aesthetic appeal, and overall value is a must. Failure to do so leads to increased problems and more expenses that could otherwise be avoided. Discussed below are a ...
Posted: Oct 17 2017 @ 1:58 PM
The world sure is changing. It is now far more likely for someone to get “mugged” online than in person. Now the type of mugging is quite a bit different than the guy on the street threatening you until you hand over your wallet. Online mugging still yields the same results, but it can be much more difficult for the police to apprehend the offender. Online thievery involves the person ...
Posted: Oct 16 2017 @ 7:44 PM
Healthcare in America is rising in cost every day, but that doesn’t mean you need to skimp on taking care of yourself. Routine physicals give you a heads up for what’s coming with your body, especially as you age into your thirties. Make sure you’re taking advantage of the healthcare you have, and that you’re aware of your options. With careful planning and spending, you can afford a lot more than ...
Posted: Oct 08 2017 @ 12:00 PM
Welcome back to another monthly income report on So Over This! This is my usual foray into my revenue and net earnings that I illustrate and publish for you all of you voyeurs each month. The best earnings are the kind that you make from the comfort of your own home! If you  want to replicate the earnings you see, or some form of them, check out my quick and ...
Posted: Oct 04 2017 @ 5:44 PM
Entering the workforce can be a very heady time. You need to choose between a 401K, Roth IRA, traditional IRA or any number of investment vehicles geared to protect your money and take care of you when you are too old and feeble to work. Then you also need to navigate the career world of entry-level positions, corporate bureaucracy, dead-end jobs and other early-20s existential problems. Learning how to live ...
Posted: Oct 02 2017 @ 11:30 AM

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