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Home ownership seems to be one of the more polarizing topics in personal finance. Should you rent or should you buy' Are you throwing your money away if you rent'  Should you pay off your mortgage early' (We cover that topic in our Raging Mortgage Debate post). Is your home an investment, or just a […] The post HOME: Investment or Just A Place To Live' appeared first on Need2Save. ...
By Need2Save | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 8:05 PM
For our annual visit to a children’s home this Christmas season, my frugal mom, who is multi-skilled and multi-talented, opted to do a short talk on saving money for kids. … More Personal finance for kids ...
By 20 Something Lawyer | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:59 PM
From branch closures and smaller drive-through formats to more ATMs than bank tellers, it’s clear that traditional banking as we’ve known it is rapidly changing. While the 65 and older generation is finally getting comfortable completing transactions online, the youngest generation has moved on to mobile devices. Overall, an American Bankers Association survey from September […] ...
By Money Ning | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:49 PM
Maybe it is fear of the Fed, maybe it is the distraction of cryptocurrencies reaching for infinity. Whatever the issue, speculators in precious metals are in rapid retreat as net long contracts dropped to levels not seen in 4 to 5 months. Source: Oanda’s CFTC’s Commitments of Traders In an earlier post, I discussed the […] ...
By One-Twenty Two | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:46 PM
Financial Advice from some of the Biggest Names in Music* A lot of people have a lot to say about money. This post brings you some excellent financial advice, through song, from some of the biggest names in music. Happy listening! “We just watching Netflix, she ain’t got no cable, okay though” – Chance the […] ...
By Let Luc Finance | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:26 PM
AT&T Inc. (T) just declared $0.50 quarterly dividend. This is an increase of 2.0% from $0.49. I own 148 shares, so this will increase my annual dividend income by $5.92 to $4,585.34 I updated both my Passive Income page as well as my Portfolio page to reflect the changes. My Thoughts: In the month of October and November, I was buying […] The post Dividend Increase: AT&T appeared first on Fiscal Voyage. ...
By Fiscal Voyage | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:00 PM
This post may contain affiliate and/or promoted links. Please read our disclosure for more info. 2017 is nearly over and, as of this writing, Christmas is just about here. Unfortunately, this festive holiday season has a sneaky little way of depleting our bank accounts – no matter how frugal we tend to be the rest of the […] The post Simple New Year’s Resolutions You Need To Make For Your Money In 2018 ...
By Mad Money Monster | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 6:27 PM
Declutter:  What to Toss, Donate, Recycle, Reuse & Sell  Do you struggle with clutter'  Do you keep trying to remove it from your home but it keeps coming back' I know that feeling all too well!  Decluttering became much easier once I knew what to toss, donate, recycle, reuse and sell.  I’m sharing those items belowRead More The post Declutter: What to Toss, Donate, Recycle, Reuse & Sell appeared first on ...
By Simple Organized Lifestyle | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 6:00 PM
Hey Gang, Christmas is fast approaching, it’s the season of gifts and sharing. My favourite gift to receive is dividends. I truly love being paid just to hold on to shares in a company. Passive income for November   Source Passive income Dividends £6.05 Bank £0.00 Property Partner £6.78 Rate Setter £1.50 Other £4.39 Grand Total £18.72 … Continue reading "Wealth Building & Income Update – November 2017" The post Wealth Building & ...
By The Richest Man In London | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 5:36 PM
Since taking control of my finances I have developed an obsession with checking my investments every day, reading every article about retirement and investing that pops up on the Wall Street Journal website, and watching CNBC’s Squawk Box morning as I get ready for work.; Is this unhealthy' Are there other investment junkies like me out there'; Are there support groups available'; Is my husband planning the intervention'; Well I ...
By Index Your Way to Retirement | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 5:34 PM
We’ve used Mint, Intuit’s free online budgeting software, for over seven years. I used it before Mr. Steward and I got married, and it has been our go-to app since.… Continue reading "Why We’re Breaking Up With Mint" ...
By How We Do Money | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 5:22 PM
About a week and a half ago, a wildfire known as the Rye Fire came close to our home. Although our house is fine and we are OK, we did suffer some damages. Here is the casualty list: Microwave: completely fried and in need of replacement. Tankless Water Heater: circuit board and blower motor in […] ...
By Money Done Right | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 5:04 PM
In this post I look at How To Buy Bitcoin and Other Digital Currencies with a Coinbase account.  Bitcoin, Ethereum, LiteCoin, and other digital currencies underpinned by block chain technology are all the rage right now. I must admit that right now, I’m on the fence about Bitcoin, Ethereum and the other digital currencies derived […] The post How To Buy Bitcoin and Other Digital Currencies with Coinbase appeared first on ...
By My Road to Wealth and Freedom | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 5:03 PM
Is 2018 the year you finish your financial resolutions' Jon Acuff’s book, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done has some surprising principles that will vastly increase your success. I talk about three of them in this video: The Day After Perfect, Cut Your Goal in Half, and Make it Fun if You Want it Done. […] The post Finish Your Financial Resolutions appeared first on Christine Luken. ...
By ChristineLuken.com | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 4:54 PM
Does your winter wardrobe need a little sprucing up' Fear not! We've found 12 of the latest trending looks in cold weather fashion. Most importantly, none of them should break the bank. The post Bundle Up in Style with These 12 Trendy Cold Weather Sweaters appeared first on DollarSprout. ...
By DollarSprout | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 3:39 PM
8 days away from Christmas and time becomes available to learn new cash generating strategies. Several months ago I started to learn options investing. You can read my reasons about learning Options Investing in the Blogpost Why I start LEARNING a NEW INVESTING STRATEGY : OPTIONS During the past months, I wrote several update of my […] The post Learning Cash Printing Machine Strategy… appeared first on Welcome to Dividend Cake . ...
By Dividend Cake | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 3:02 PM
Heute nutze ich den Beitrag um einmal aufzuschreiben welche Aktien auf meiner Watchlist stehen, auf welche ich immer wieder mal Short Puts schreibe, wenn sich [...] Der Beitrag Meine aktuelle Watchlist erschien zuerst auf easydividend. ...
By Easy Dividend | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 2:56 PM
You’re miserable, frustrated and can’t stop ruminating about the million pound question, "Is there more to life than my life sucking corporate job!'”If you had it your way, you would quit today (or so you say). You’ve even plucked up the courage to pick the exact date of when you'll be popping champagne and telling your boss you are done...for good!;Unfortunately, as the days go by and your bravery withers, ...
By Money Savvy Ravi | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 2:51 PM
Net Worth Update: $80,471 Woot! Officially over the $80,000 net worth barrier. After reading the Globe piece noting median net worth in Boston ($8 for US blacks vs $247,500 for whites), it puts our position in further local perspective. We’re sooo close to have $200,000 in retirement savings alone. As the year wraps up, I’ll […] The post Net Worth Update December 2017: $80,471 appeared first on Money Prowess. ...
By Money Prowess | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 2:29 PM
I have noticed quite a few new self-storage facilities being constructed in my area.  It made me wonder if that many people are moving and need temporary storage, or if people have so many things they can’t keep them all at their house.  I have used a self-storage facility once when I was in college … Continue reading "Obsession with things? Examining Self Storage Units." ...
By Palmetto Millennial | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 2:09 PM
Most of us remember being kids and, while we might have been worried about death, our lives were so long ahead of us. What they don’t tell you back then is that your childhood is long and slow, and you end up getting so excited about turning 18 and 21… then you’re suddenly 30 and […] ...
By Her Every Cent Counts | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 1:51 PM
Please note that this article contains affiliate links, read disclosures here. My husband (aka Mr. FTD) has his one-liners and jokes that he thinks are funny. Heh. He seems to like to point out that… “Life is like a roll of toilet paper. The closer you get to the end, the faster it seems to [...] The post Memories: How Are You Documenting Your Life Story' appeared first on Full-Time Dollars. ...
By Full-Time Dollars | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 1:25 PM
This is part three in this series. Don’t recall the first two parts' Here ya go. Related: I’m a tobacco user – Part one Related: I’m a tobacco user – Part two So I quit smoking. There was about a week where I went through a couple of packs while I was waiting on some […] ...
By We're All Poor Here | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 1:15 PM
Information is dangerous. Unless you know what to do with it that is. Just look at Anakin Skywalker. He learned the power of The Force, was a straight A student. But he took that information and drew the wrong conclusion from it. Make a few bad decisions and before you know it, you are Darth […] ...
By Rental Mindset | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 1:13 PM
1. This choose-your-own-adventure-style comic from one of my absolute favorite comics is too delightful not to share! 2. This NY Times op-ed about Omarosa being fired from the White House was pretty biting. 3. A good explainer if you were baffled by the Internet wildfire caused by the New Yorker “Cat Person” story. 4. Dylan … Continued The post 10 Things You Need To Read This Sunday appeared first on The ...
By The Financial Diet | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 12:02 PM
The post How Do Car Loans Work' appeared first on Fiscal Tiger | A Resource for Personal Finance and Credit Card. ...
By Fiscal Tiger | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 12:00 PM
Find out what the stock market has in store for you in this week's stock market outlook from Invest-Safely.com ...
By Invest Safely | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 11:47 AM
It’s that time of year! The nights are cold and dark, there are lights up everywhere, and we’re almost at the end of another year. Despite the cold and darkness it’s one of my favourite periods, not simply because of the festivities and presents, but because it is a time of reflection for me. I … Continue reading 2017 Goals Review, and New Resolutions The post 2017 Goals Review, and New ...
By The FIRE Engine | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 11:42 AM
It’s intelligent behavior to see the other side of an argument in the markets because no one is right all the time and it’s easy to become blinded by our own beliefs. With this idea in mind, allow me to share some recent charts and statistics I’ve come across in recent weeks along with an...... ...
By A Wealth of Common Sense | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 10:53 AM
When I was still in residency, my financial advisor recommended that I pay off my line of credit as slowly as possible so that I could maximize my investments.; From a numbers perspective, his advice made perfect sense:; I pay prime (currently 3.2%) on my LOC, and I can earn more than prime from investments, so investing wins.; When he made the recommendation, he followed it with the prescient caveat ...
By Table for One | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 10:52 AM
Hmmmm…… Christmas time. It means something different to each and everyone of us. Many people only think of Christ and what He did for us by sacrificing Himself for mankind. I ALSO BELIEVE THIS AND WILL ALWAYS HONOR AND WORSHIP JESUS CHRIST!! Others see CHRISTMAS as a time to buy EVERYONE some sort of gift … Continue reading Does the Christmas Season Cramp Your Financial Life' → The post Does the ...
By $aving George | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 10:35 AM
Review: Cullen Murphy’s Cartoon Country: My Father and His Friends in the Golden Age of Make-Believe is a “warm and graceful memoir.” ... ...
By Abnormal Returns | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 9:06 AM
As a young boy I hated when my mother would take me to the local “Helping Hands.”  Helping Hands in my town was a lot of things to our small community of about 10,000 people.  It was a meals on wheels, thrift store, food pantry, classes available for free on various subjects, and they always […] ...
By Monkey Free Me | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 9:00 AM
Welcome everyone to my latest post in which I reveal my latest stock purchase. Back on Nov 20th I purchased Canadian Apartment Properties REIT (Ticker: CAR.UN) this was my second purchase I made from the funds I received from selling Boardwalk REIT. What I did was I replaced one REIT with two better REITs. What … Continue reading New Purchase Canadian Apartment Properties REIT ...
By All About The Dividends | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 8:54 AM
  O – H ! Anyone' (The correct response is, I – O!) If you’ve never had a Buckeye candy, boy are you missing out! They are balls of sugar and peanut butter dipped in chocolate, and so rich and creamy it is positively mind blowing. We have started calling them sugar-sugar-peanut butter-butters, because that … Continue reading Chocolate Peanut Butter Buckeyes → ...
By Budget Epicurean | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 8:45 AM
Investment Free Halfway through the month of December and we still haven’t made a stock purchase. What’s happening' Well this month has been a busy month for us, as I’m sure it has been... The post Investment Free December appeared first on Passive Canadian Income 2017. ...
By PassiveCanadianIncome | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 8:35 AM
Debt has been on my mind a lot recently.  Even more so now that we own a house and I am watching a monthly mortgage payment fly away at the beginning of every month.   I became so frustrated with the monthly outflows, that I finally vented and challenged myself to start paying down debt as […] The post A Huge Adjustment to our Student Loans Payment Plan appeared first on Dividend ...
By Dividend Diplomats | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Save, invest, prosper with My Own Advisor. 3 utility stocks I plan to buy more of in 2018 When the Bank of Canada finally declared a mini-war on interest rates in 2017 (meaning, they finally went up), some investors got spooked and the rhetoric about what stocks to avoid began. Historically, financial gurus tell investors to be selective with utilities and Real… We're halfway there! Saving and investing our way to a ...
By My Own Advisor | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:53 AM
The Department of Defense released today the 2018 Basic Allowance for Housing rates. ...
By MilitaryMillions.com | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:46 AM
You probably found this page because you're looking to build a real estate investor website, so I'll cut straight to the chase... I ranked my website #1 on Google for the top wholesaling keyword phrase in my market in just 11 days. Yes, it took me an entire 11 days to outrank the dozens [...] The post How I rank #1 For My Real Estate Investor Website in Only 45 Minutes ...
By Ideal REI | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:34 AM
My pick of last week’s news is The only way to fix Universal Credit is to scrap it altogether – it’s about time people stop saying they like intentions behind Universal Credit, it’s a total shambles and improving small bits won’t change the many deeply embedded problems. Tweet of the week STEELWORKERS General advice and help: The Pensions […] The post Debt news – December 17 appeared first on Debt Camel. ...
By Debt Camel | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:20 AM
Thanks for checking in with us this weekend. Here are the most clicked on items on Abnormal Returns for the week ended... ...
By Abnormal Returns | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:00 AM
I first blogged about melted crayon cakes way back in 2011 but last weekend, I made a Christmassy version of them that I thought you might like to see today…. When I first made my colourful crayons, it was way back in 2011 and the kids were still fans of colouring and drawing so the […] The post Christmas melted colourful crayons…. appeared first on The Diary of a Frugal Family. ...
By The Diary of a Frugal Family | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:00 AM
The end of the year is a time when many of us reflect on our annual goals. If you decided 2017 was the year you’d build rock-hard abs, for example, you might be glancing down to see if you achieved the washboard belly you were going for. If you wanted to lose 20 pounds, on the other hand, it’s not too hard to hop on the scale to see how that went. Of course, the ...
By The Simple Dollar | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 7:00 AM
I uncover a high-quality dividend growth stock that appears to be undervalued each week for Daily Trade Alert, which is a site that focuses on dividend growth investing, stocks, and unique investment opportunities. I’ve been writing for them for years now, and they’re just great over there. Each week, I publish an excerpt of my...Read More » ...
By Mr. Free At 33 | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 6:40 AM
A FESTIVE CHERRY ALMOND CAKE SURE TO PLEASE EVERYONE   Cherry Almond Cake is a must-have fresh-baked cake in our household for the Christmas holidays. I, like lots of other people do quite a bit of home baking for Christmas but prefer to do more easy cakes and squares rather than cookies. Last week you might remember my Frosted Apple Cinnamon Rolls drenched in a silky glaze, perfect for Christmas ...
By Canadian Budget Binder | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 6:36 AM
This study discovered one of the biggest regrets this year is not saving enough money. Here’s how to step up your game and avoid the same fate yourself. This was originally published on The Penny Hoarder, which helps millions of readers worldwide earn and save money by sharing unique job opportunities, personal stories, freebies and more. The Inc. 5000 ranked The Penny Hoarder as the fastest-growing private media company in the ...
By The Penny Hoarder | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 6:00 AM
There is a common myth that young adults don't need life insurance. The post Should 18-Year-Olds Get Life Insurance' appeared first on MoneyMiniBlog. ...
By MoneyMiniBlog | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 6:00 AM
This week features a podcast that explains how blockchain technology works, an article on how to determine which projects are worth spending your time on, and much more... The post Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 26 appeared first on Four Pillar Freedom. ...
By Four Pillar Freedom | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 5:45 AM
I recently read the Global Wealth Report for 2017 published by Credit Suisse Research. This is the eighth annual wealth report and it is chock full of interesting stats. Before we delve into some snippets from the report, let’s get the definition of wealth out of the way. The report […] The post Stats and Gratitude appeared first on Bayalis Is The Answer. ...
By Bayalis Is The Answer | Posted: Dec 17 2017 @ 5:11 AM
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