|Experts live in a box. Inside that box, is a playbook. The playbook contains all of the agreed-upon doctrines, processes, strategies and rules by which the experts rely. Those who deviate, incur the wrath of the experts who seek to dismiss and ridicule the outsiders who do not follow or accept the rules within the […] ...|
|¡Ah! La famosa época de los “descuentos locos” está a la vuelta de la esquina. Sí, entre comillas, porque a veces ni son descuentos y la mayoría de las veces quienes nos volvemos locos en el Black Friday (o weekend) somos nosotros. ¡Alto! Sé que estás esperando ansiosamente este fin de semana para ir a “ver […]
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|CHANGE THE WAY YOU GIVE THIS HOLIDAY WITH HOMEMADE CHRISTMAS BAKING GIFTS THAT FIT YOUR BUDGET This year Mrs. CBB and I decided that we were going eliminate baking our famous Christmas cookies and replace them with inexpensive yet posh Christmas baking gifts. Will making homemade Christmas Baking Gifts cost more money' Well, that depends on what you are putting in your gifts and how much you are willing ...|
|As humans, we like to imagine we have a certain degree of control over our own lives. But, are we actually more suggestible than we’d like to imagine' When I meditate, I use one specific semi-guided meditation from Joseph Goldstein in the 10% Happier App (which I highly recommend). In the meditation, about a third […]
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|These people found some pretty outlandish ideas to make some extra money. Consider them inspiration for finding creative ways to pay down debt.
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 U.S. in 2017. ...|
|Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes This post was inspired by a few readers who have asked the common question, “Should I pay off debt or invest'” Although there is no […]
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|“From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life.” – Arthur Ashe Thanksgiving is just two days away, and many of us are focused on two things: preparing for Thanksgiving dinner and the shopping onslaught that begins after that. But not all of… Continue reading
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|The glorious Thanksgiving season is upon us and, to all of my US readers, I hope you have a wonderfully festive week. Even if you’re not celebrating T-day this week, keep reading because I’m convinced that Thanksgiving is, in fact, the perfect frugal holiday. I mean, the whole day is centered around a cornerstone of successful frugality: cooking at home! Unlike nearly every other holiday we mark throughout the year, ...|
|Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Hope you are all enjoying some much needed
relaxation time with family and friends and not on call at the hospital.
Besides stuffing yourself with good food until you're ready to burst,
Thanksgiving also has the distinction of preceding Black Friday when you
can find some of the best bargains no matter what you're looking for. But
I'm a gadget junkie, so here is a list of ...|
|I’ll admit to occasional jealous feelings regarding millennials. One jealousy stems from their young, healthy knees and ankles. I would kill 6 millennials love to be able to run fast and play soccer without pain. A post about how “joint pain sucks” is too whiny, so instead this post examines the millennials’ blissful warm fuzzy […]
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|Hey guys how are you' Today I thought I would share with you a couple of raises I received on November 9th, 2017. I love dividend investing and I hope you do as well, all I had to do is buy shares and if the companies raise their dividend I get a bonus for doing … Continue reading Two Raises For The Portfolio ...|
|I'm $252k in Debt and Don't Plan on Paying it Off How to Retire Early & Confidently Using Real Estate Investing Opening Up To Your Children About Finances
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|Last week, I announced my one year blogaversary, or my one year of starting Dividend Daze. Since this is such a tremendous milestone for any blogger, I decided to expand the celebration to more than one day and more than one post. This will be my first of two posts to dive deeper into the […]
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|How can I pay for my children’s tuition fee' This is a question we often ask ourselves when we see our kids blowing their candles on their 16th birthday (like it or not, they will still accept candles if they get a bigger piece of the cake!). At that point, it is sometimes too late […]
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|Thanksgiving is a major holiday in North America, best known as a time to give thanks for all of life’s blessings. I couldn’t think of a more appropriate time to reflect on some of the life lotteries many of us have been fortunate to win. Like it or not, there are a few aspects of […]
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|Raise your hand if you’re sitting in a half-full office today' The week of Thanksgiving, every office I’ve ever worked in was at least half empty. It was one of my favorite times to be at the office, actually. It was slow. And, I didn’t have to take PTO! And, you’re probably making the rounds …
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|A credit score is a 3 digit numeric summary of your financial history prepared by CIBIL (Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited) – the first credit information company in India. It scrutinizes your loan and credit card payment history, based on the information provided by the bank each month to determine your credit score. Ideally, a
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|My wife and I have both been self-employed for a few years now, which means that we've been on our own when it comes to finding health insurance. The learning curve has been steep, but over the years I've honed my process and whittled it down to five key variables that I look at every single time I have to make this decision.
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|There’s no doubt that any progress toward eliminating your debts is a smart move, both for your credit reports and your wallet. However, it’s even smarter to pay off your debts in the right order. Knowing which debts to target first, and which debts to leave for later, could potentially save you a lot of money, get you out of debt faster, and boost your credit score, too. Should you pay off ...|
|I had a bit of a revelation last week, and I thought it worthwhile to share it with you today. The revelation was triggered by a question raised by a […]
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|Volverse loco y querer comprar hasta lo que no necesitamos en este Black Frida es tentador. Por eso acá te comparto 8 tips para no gastar de más y hacer compras inteligentes.
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|Christmas is just seven weeks away, and your family must be jam-packed with friends and planning events for this special day. Every family member must be busy in the planning phase. Purchasing gifts, wrapping them and jotting the list of guests for their Christmas party. The only problem that comes to our mind during this […]
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|Discovering ways to save even more money led me to find and untap the Power of Authenticity. I credit this discover to more earnings, more life satisfaction, and overall, having an easier lifestyle. Over the duration of 20 months, I attempted a plethora of strategies to take this blog to the next level. All failed. […]
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|So often, failure is something bad, or something to be afraid of. At the best, it’s something to put up with, to learn from when you can, or a temporary setback. Of course, it’s totally normal to be upset when you fail at something that’s important to you. And you might think it’s crazy to …
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|This is not your typical FIRE blog, and I’m not an average FIRE blogger. Financial Independence was never a goal of mine; its presence in my life was a discovery. A few years ago, I learned of the concept, realized I already had enough to retire early, and have been grasping for good reasons not to retire ever since. I’ve got a good job. I don’t love every aspect of ...|
|We look at the best three rewards credit cards for college students that have no annual fee and a handful of perks that make them great.
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|Do you like to read' Do you want to earn money' If so, you might be able to find some side hustle gigs that pay you to do what you love: read books. There are several companies out there that actually pay people to read books. Imagine indulging in one of your favorite pastimes – […] ...|
|NFL players are known for their speed, strength, agility—and likelihood of going broke after leaving the league. Punter Jeff Locke not only defies that last stereotype, but is actively striving to reverse the troubling trend. We talked to the free agent, who was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in 2013 and most recently played for the Detroit […]
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|I am lucky to be able to say that as a university student, I have lived in 7 countries so far, the shortest being 3 months in Italy and the longest 7 years in Scotland. From the beginning, my baby eyes and ears have been observing and analyzing the different cultures surrounding me, trying to […]
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|There is a reason why the famous 401(k) continues to be the most searched financial term on the internet, and it’s not because everyone wants to know what it wore last night on the red...
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|Ah, they grow up so fast don’t they! Children, especially those raised in a digital world will know how to spend money in creative ways. Why not combat that as a parent and give them the power of their own Mastercard! Wait, it’s not like that! While it is a Mastercard, typically accepted at most […]
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|I’ve made a number of really good long-term investment choices over the course of the last seven years, building my Full-Time Fund in the process. It’s this Fund – my real-life portfolio – that generates most of the five-figure passive income I need to cover my basic needs (shelter, food, transportation, etc.) in life, rendering...Read More » ...|
|Last month, my bank account was hacked and I lost two thousand dollars, almost. Here’s how it all happened. It all started when I received an email from my bank that someone had looked up my username. Spooked, I went to my bank’s login page and clicked “forgot username.” I was then taken to a […]
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|In today’s episode, we welcome back the multitalented Emergency Medicine Physician and Founder of FemInEm Founder Dara Kass, MD. I […] ...|
|Hi everyone, I have some live on-air radio interviews coming up this week! I know this is a bit last minute, but if you’re in the area, please be sure to tune in! What I’ll be Talking About I’ll be talking about my immigrant journey and road to becoming a millionaire by age 31. I […]
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|Started Accumulating Sweden Equities Today (EWD)
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|The first side hustle that I ever had left me with 30,000 CDs from no name artists and introduced me to eCommerce for the first time
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|3 Keys to Becoming a Millionaire Stumbling through YouTube last night, I came across a video about becoming rich. No, not one of those multi-level marketing pitches. It was Tony Robbins…
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|We have a “10 pages a day” challenge you can read more about here: If You Have 10 Minutes, You Can Read a Book a Month. There you will also find the full list of all the personal finance and professional development books we’re reading or join our newsletter for our latest career advice, debt free tips, and […]
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|On November 17, 2017, President Trump signed into law the TSP Modernization Act of 2017, which will provide TSP participants with more flexible withdrawal options. ...|
|Today I wanted to do something fun. Not that a 1200 word post on why you need a will or how much money you should have by retirement aren’t fun — it’s just that sometimes my extent of wanting to learn about finances is wanting to read something relatable, laugh, and move on. For those+ Read More
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|The easiest way to understand this term is to break it up into parts. Strategic + capital + infusion = a systematic investment of funds that brings in the much needed help for startups and ventures. It is synonymous with the term “capital injection”, which is provided to companies when they are in distress, though […]
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|Only the second week into my new job and things at home are already feeling much more manageable. The twins are now six months old and just making it this far seems like an accomplishment. As life is always changing, it definitely feels like we’re starting to move forward to …
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| Kudos to the guys at PhillipCapital. I think they are one of the most hardworking remisiers out there to put up videos on such a regular basis. I like the videos so much so that I am sharing them for All right here on Singapore Stocks Investing. Read more » ...|
|Who else feels like they are betting against the consensus while investing in weedstocks. Personally I’ve thought the consensus is that these companies will make a lot of money. If you watch any business news though, you will see many analysts saying not to invest in this sector. YOU WILL LOSE ALL YOUR MONEY. In […]
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With the Internet connecting people all across the world, outsourcing has grown quite considerably. It gives entrepreneurs to hire talented people and acquire low cost labor. But outsourcing may not be the best option always or for all categories. For example, it is not advisable to outsource employees from the customer service department because it […]
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|This past weekend I felt a happiness I haven’t felt in awhile. I took part in Terrain Racing, a mud/obstacle run. It was an event I had signed up for back in July when I saw an ad for a a price cut in the event. I also convinced one of my co-workers (Julia) and […]
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|A couple of months ago I signed up for MoviePass when they came out with their $9.95 a month offer. The basic idea of MoviePass is that allows you to see one movie per day at the theater each day of the month. Since I’m a movie fan it was easy to see that this ... Read more ...|
|Budgeting sucks. Reducing your spending. Cutting your expenses. Finding ways to save. Paying down debt. Increasing your income. Optimizing your investments. 99% of people probably have better hobbies than trying to find every way to save more money. I admit that I’m one of those weird people in the 1% who actually enjoy this. […]
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