| June 2017 started off like every other month. By the first Monday, I knew something was off because my rent check yet to clear.; This was unusual and my fiancé, at the time, called the landlord’s office.; They told him to not worry and check again on Friday.; On Wednesday, we received an e-mail notifying us our rent was late.; However, I saw earlier that morning that my rent ...|
|I like my marshmallows golden brown and gooey inside.
I am not a financial wizard and certainly no expert in the area of investing. No, the real driver of our modest success in growing net worth comes down to one simple behavior.
We are millionaires because we have mastered learned the art of delayed gratification – And You Can Too!
A person’s ability to put off a reward for the promise of receiving ...|
|It's time to get smart with some wise year-end financial moves. Here are five that we're doing right now … Time flies by, faster and faster. Here it is, December already'! Since most Americans file on a calendar-year basis, this is the time of year that finances get wrapped up, for better or worse. Year-end financial […]
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|I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season and the arrival of winter! With traveling for Thanksgiving, a busy work schedule and general holiday merriment, there’s barely been time to breathe, let alone write. November spending was fantastic and ended[...] ...|
|A personal finance book is both a gift AND an experience. Sure, it takes up a little space – but it can lead to life-altering changes and literal enrichment. And if you get the Kindle or PDF version, it doesn’t take up any room in your house.
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|If earning money can create wealth, spending properly can preserve it. Rich people do not waste money. They know their irrational behaviour can cost them fortune. Avoid spending in excess…
Read MoreAvoid Spending Mistakes: 6 Rich Habits
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|Every year, you make time to head in for a visit to your doctor, dentist, and maybe even your optometrist. Why' A checkup is one of the best ways to make sure you are...
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|Hello Again. I am back to report my latest budget trip – Vancouver B.C. In case you are new, I post trip reports to highlight that its possible to travel for cheap, even if you are on a journey to pay off a significant amount of debt. To take trips very cheaply, I utilize travel […]
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| Dear readers, there are Six Billion-cap Singapore stocks which are trading at their 52-weeks lows. These six stocks are: 1) Singapore Post2) Wilmar International3) Singapore Press HoldingsRead more » ...|
|A unique human trait is that death has a way of making us all think about being selfish. And selfishness is the key to changing the Deathbed Perspective.
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|In August, I wrote about;cutting the cord;as a necessary additional money saving response after getting a huge water bill from the City of Oceanside. ;I'm happy to report that my water bill has been consistently between $230 and $250 since the city sent out a crew to check my meter. ;Of course they reported that nothing was wrong with the meter, yet my bill went miraculously back down with me ...|
|I returned from my run and checked my phone for an update on sales. What I saw shocked me and I started to do a dance all by myself in the kitchen. Amazon had sold $2,200 so far today and it was only 6pm. I downed some food and ran back to office. Our product was selling at a ferocious rate. Fifteen minutes later sales had almost doubled to $4,100. At ...|
|It’s a startup! In the beginning you have to wear all the hats wether you like it or not. My current job responsibilities include but are not limited to: CEO, janitor, customer service, warehouse manager, fulfillment, SEO, bookkeeper, quality control, producer, content creator, contractor. You get the idea. There are days that I love being able to switch between the different roles and there are times that are not so ...|
|M1 Finance Review-For the Engaged Investor “Forty years of research into behavioral finance tells us that the best way to invest is to define a strategy and then automate it, a process that enforces discipline and encourages us to ignore short-term noise and capitalize on long-term trends,” said Brian Barnes, CEO of M1 Finance. One of the newest robo-advisor platforms to hit markets, M1 Finance, offers a unique twist to ...|
|Many credit cards offer you cashback on your purchases. Almost all
cashback cards now offer you at least 1% cashback on all your
purchases, only a few offers as much as 5%. The catch is that the
categories rotate every quarter and you have to opt in online. Below are
the 5% rotating categories from January to March of 2018. Make sure to
sign up! ...|
|A lot of people want to save money and they also want to be able to enjoy themselves more on a day to day basis. The problem is that a lot of us don’t know how to save money and even if they did, they can’t cut back with the festive period being just around […] ...|
|In 2 previous rants articles, I’ve written about the general lack of concern for Cyber Security in our society, and just how urgent this topic is with all of the... ...|
|Negociar tu aumento de sueldo es una poderosa manera de incrementar tu situación financiera de un solo golpe. De repente tienes un mayor ingreso, lo que significa que inmediatamente es más fácil pagar tus deudas, acumular fondos de emergencia, ahorrar para futuras metas, y tener una mejor calidad de vida, de arranque. Al mismo tiempo, … ...|
|Why I Like Driving an Older CarMy $450 Pickup TruckThis picture of my $450 pickup truck still makes me smile.; I saw a classified ad in the paper (this was a few years ago) for a pickup truck for sale for $500.; I called the number and arranged to go and check it out.; The truck was owned by a young guy with a big bushy beard who literally lived ...|
|This is a guest post from Ludvig Sunström. Ludvig is the author of Breaking out of Homeostasis. Together with former hedge fund manager Mikael Syding, he hosts the popular Swedish business podcast “25 Minuter,” which has been ranked #1 on iTunes several times. His content has been read and listened to by millions of people. You […] ...|
|For weeks I’ve told you about the money saving book in the works. If you look forward to this series each week, I think this book will be perfect for you. It’s called 500 Ways to Save Money: Build a Cash Jackpot for the Best Things In Life. You can learn more about it here. […]
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|One of the things I’ve noticed about the FIRE community is that we all tend to be naturally environmentally friendly – it seems to be a byproduct of the lifestyle choices that we make. Take me as an example. I bike to work, keep my heat turned down fairly low during the winter, and when […]
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|New and interesting changes to the CPP were unveiled this week at the meeting of finance ministers, and will go into effect in 2019. Unlike the future CPP expansion or enhancements announced in 2016, the most recent updates are focused on Canadians who take time out of the workforce due to disability or to raise […]
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|How much is social security taxed is one question that’s a bit different for everyone. Social Security income is taxed at the federal level and also taxed under some state jurisdictions. Anywhere from 0 to 85% of your Social Security […]
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|Simple Wealth Playbook
5 timeless ways to save money this holiday season
The holidays can be a crazy time! It often feels more about consumerism and "must-dos" and less about enjoying time with family and friends. Through this post learn how to stay more grounded this holiday season.
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| We’re back for episode two of our Checking-In podcast. This week we drop a bomb and share that we sleep in a family bed (Egads!). We talk about the positives of doing this, and the potential negatives of continuing to do this. How do we make time for each other as a couple if ...
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| Did you catch the latest FIRE podcast episode with Mrs. Adventure Rich, Ep. 33 – The Unequaled Power of Flexibility for Your Family and FI' In the episode, we chat about how modern couples handle work, finances, and family on the path to FI. The episode received such positive feedback that I asked Mrs. Adventure […]
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|Some buyers go around a house for half an hour and they make a decision as to whether or not they want to buy it. The main thing to remember here is that this house is quite possibly going to be your home for the rest of your life, and half an hour might not ... Read more
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|Macro and Markets It’s been a busy week with lots to talk about. Bitcoin is again front and center with CME futures to commence trading on Monday. I expect the CME futures to be more popular than CBOE’s due to a better price referencing mechanism. By now I’ve heard most arguments for or against bitcoin. […] ...|
|Entrepreneurs the world over are praying to gods they don’t necessarily believe in hoping they can find ways to make their business’ that little bit more productive, wishing their employees would take this responsibility on themselves. However, the world doesn’t work like that. Even with Google offering up 44 million productivity hacks, it still doesn’t ... Read more
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|Links to several of my favorite recent articles on money and life. This week’s focus is investing: Patient Investing Requires a Little Faith by The Analyst at the Monevator I believe strongly that faith is a vital attribute for successful investing. Faith in a better future for yourself; faith in the world’s economy to continue…Related Posts:Index Funds vs. Actively Managed Funds: 2014 ResultsMicawber’s Favorites – December 9, 2017Micawber’s Favorites – ...|
|More details of the GOP tax plan have leaked, and the new tax brackets look enticing (other than that we won’t have the funds to support infrastructure needs in the country) — on an individual level, even with the marriage penalty on the SALT deduction ($10k can be deducted per individual OR $10k per married […] ...|
|With the market at all-time highs, there’s at least one interview or article in the financial news media asking if we’re at a market peak and that a crash is inevitable.; “This is the second longest bull market in history,” knowing interviewees (from banks or financial advisory services companies promoting their firms) pontificate, “we are due for a correction.”; “This market is overvalued” or “the Shiller Cape has surpassed dot ...|
|Money Done Right was recently given $100 by the Rockstar Finance Community Fund to “turn it into some joy and happiness for someone who really needs it.” My mind immediately went to victims of the recent wildfires that have spread across Southern California. We were minorly affected by these recent fires as you can read […] ...|
|Hey there, fellow Reader. I want to share with you a few thoughts that came into my mind while reading a book by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan with the title “The One Thing”. In a nutshell, the book is about the power of focus and consistency. Over time, these are ingredients for extraordinary results. This applies … Continue reading How to use the domino effect when investing ...|
|You have probably heard about the Proofread Anywhere course, General Proofreading Theory and Practice, and maybe you’re wondering now if investing in that course is worth it or not. It’s a good question – and by the time you finish reading this extensive deep-dive Proofread Anywhere review, you’ll know your answer. And most important; you’ll know […]
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|I’m keeping myself accountable this year by tracking my progress on my 40 Goals for 2017 every week. Wow, it’s been a month since last time! This post contains affiliate links. When you purchase an item through my affiliate link, I receive a small percentage as compensation, that we then use to help reach our financial goals. ... read more ...|
|La navidad está cerca y nosotros daremos un solo regalo, pues nuestro presupuesto para regalos navideños se vio seriamente reducido. Aquí te contamos qué es
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|What is the Sequence of Return RIsk'What does the sequence of return risk mean and what are its implications for soon-to-be retirees' The idea is that immediately after retirement (early retirement or regular), the inflation-adjusted real market returns in the first 10-15 years have a much greater say in determining your final portfolio value than the returns later on in your retirement. In other words, immediately after retirement, a long ...|
|Even the most famous entrepreneurs had to start their businesses from the ground up. And now, they are successful beyond their...
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|What is Slow Travel' For me, it is staying in one place for weeks at a time, getting to know …
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|Week 1 is in the Books! It seems like just last week I was starting The Wealth Hound. Oh wait, it was last week! I know 1 week isn’t that long, but I’m still celebrating the 1 week anniversary! I’ve
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|Our Services in the Community (also available to you) November was a very rewarding and joyful month in my household. My husband and I started the month off offering free financial and fitness coaching services. In the spirit of the holiday season, this is our way of giving and expressing our thanks to those we […]
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|A question that I often hear is whether or not you need money to start a business. The answer is, “Yes” and “No”. Let me elaborate. Is it possible to start a business with zero or minimum money' Yes, it is, and it has been done several times by scrappy entrepreneurs. Now, is it optimal to start a business in that way' The answer here is “No”. Look, stories of ...|
|The best way to find success is through being pretty good at two complementary skills, as opposed to being excellent at one...
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December 16, 2017
Posted by: Michael
Category: Untrusted brokers/systems
Mega BitChain claims to be a very easy investment system that people can use to multiply their Bitcoins. Is Mega Bit...... ...|
|ETF stands for Exchange Traded Funds. Its a basket of investments bundled into a fund which you can buy and sell via stock exchanges (similar to trading stocks). ETFs aim to track the performance of their underlying index. The underlying index can be a stock market, a group of global stock markets, or an industry […]
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|Another month has passed on my dividend income journey and I want to give you a short update on my portfolio for mid December 2017. Currently the portfolio has already reached a size of 58 [...] ...|
|Let’s face it, do you see what I did there, shaving is one of those things that as a man or woman is something that we just have to do, regardless of whether we can be bothered or not. The trouble is it’s so bloody expensive. It might come as no surprise but the leader […]
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