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Justin Weinger

Blog Info

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

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
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

Accountancy is a challenging field where small details being overlooked can have a great impact on businesses and individuals, including legal or financial ramifications. Knowing the traits of a good accountant is important if you are considering the career path or looking to employ an accountant for your business, as accountancy can often be the basis upon which many businesses decisions are made. Flexibility To suit the needs of modern clients, accountants ...
Posted: Jul 17 2017 @ 12:57 PM
Welcome back to another monthly income report on So Over This! Sorry for the delay this month, it has been busier than usual for me in all aspects of my life. My personal life with a new baby, my day job with increasing responsibilities, and then my blogging/media company as I have picked up a few new customers lately that are all a part of my plan to diversify my ...
Posted: Jul 11 2017 @ 9:16 PM
Summer is a time for fun, but it can also break the wallet, whether you enjoy keeping busy and traveling, or keeping the kids occupied during the break from school.  I know when it’s warm out I’m generally happier, and probably more likely to throw a few extra dollars around.  Perfect example yesterday, throwing in a couple hundred dollars to pitch in for a solid spread of food in the ...
Posted: Jul 03 2017 @ 10:41 PM
Saving money is chic, but being uninsured is not, especially if you get into an accident. Here’s another chic fact you might not have taken into account, however, and that is you need more than just auto insurance coverage. Even if you’re renting your residence and don’t have a significant other, going uninsured can have long-term repercussions that won’t be pleasant for you or your family. Here are four policies ...
Posted: Jun 27 2017 @ 4:24 PM
Nothing is quite as exciting, or quite as stressing, as finally building your dream home. Being at the point in your life to finally build a house that is made for you and your family is quite the undertaking. The process will usually bring your family closer together or drive them farther apart. Let’s hope it’s the former! Luckily, there are free online programs that will get you off to a ...
Posted: Jun 26 2017 @ 11:36 AM
People talk about building their own businesses all the time. Often, they are simply tired of working for someone else and lining the pockets of a CEO who may not even know their name. The first hurdle is to figure out what that business will be. Some people choose to take their area of expertise and go solo. It works well for accountants, folks who do service work (think mechanics, ...
Posted: Jun 19 2017 @ 8:44 PM
Contributing to an IRA is an effective way for people of all ages to create wealth for later in life. Those who choose to open an IRA have the option of opening a traditional or a Roth account. Many financial planners say that having one of each may be best for minimizing income tax both now and in retirement. What Is the Tax Treatment for Each Type of Account? When you contribute ...
Posted: Jun 16 2017 @ 5:25 PM
  This article is brought to by Inci Hillawi, a friend and fellow blogger, over at Bella’s Apron   When you hear the words organic, gluten-free, GMO free, you think dollar signs.  Buying those labeled foods can be more expensive and might raise the bill at the grocery store.  Why you ask?  Well, healthier foods tend to come from smaller production lines or local factories where the food is being processed at low ...
Posted: Jun 16 2017 @ 9:23 AM
We all would love to be able to spend what we want without consequences, but unless you are able to strike it rich and have an endless supply of money coming in, there has to be a kink in the money faucet at some point and start to figure out how to have more coming in than going out.  Most American’s don’t even budget, two-thirds in fact, according to a ...
Posted: Jun 14 2017 @ 12:07 AM
Another month in the books for 2017, and a good month it was. Business has been good this year, and while I continue to repeat that it won’t always remain at these levels it has allowed me to invest more into buying higher quality sites. Also, it has allowed me to significantly increase my net worth as well. While my earnings are below last month, I certainly can’t complain with the ...
Posted: Jun 09 2017 @ 5:03 PM

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