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Philip Taylor

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family finance, entrepreneurship, retirement, taxes, real estate investing, credit cards, saving
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Frisco, Texas, United States
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Editor's note: PT here. I'm happily paying BillFixers $27 a month ($324 in total) for the next year. Why' Because they saved me a total of $648 on my Internet service with AT&T! To see how BillFixers could work for you, check out our full review below… Bills, bills, bills! They can seem never-ending. From […] The post BillFixers Makes It Easy to Save Money on Your Bills appeared first on ...
Posted: Mar 19 2018 @ 7:43 PM
No big surprises this year. The last day to file taxes in 2018, for the 2017 tax year, is April 17, 2018. This is a few days later than the normal mid-April date since April 15, 2018, falls on a Sunday, and Monday, April 16, is the date of observance for a Washington, D.C., holiday […] The post The Last Day to File Taxes in 2018 (Don’t Forget!) appeared first on ...
Posted: Jan 03 2018 @ 8:45 PM
It’s time once again to do our annual rental property cash flow analysis. To see previous years, visit the link at the bottom of the post. 2017 was the absolute best year ever for our rental property: 100% occupied, no major repairs, not a peep from our tenant, and the biggest cash flow amount ever! […] The post The Cash Flow Analysis for Our Rental Property at Year End 2017 appeared ...
Posted: Jan 01 2018 @ 6:45 AM
The New Year is upon us! Naturally, now is a good time to reflect on last year's successes and failures and to make plans for a prosperous new year. If you need some ideas to get you started, I've provided a huge list of potential financial goals for you to set in the new year. […] The post 35 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Finances appeared first on PT Money. ...
Posted: Dec 25 2017 @ 11:35 PM
I joined Upromise several years ago to start saving money for my kids' college education. I had heard of Upromise before, but I procrastinated on signing up. I shouldn’t have, and neither should you! I'm going to give you the full review below. But if you want to make better use of your time, just […] The post Upromise Review: A Little Extra Savings for College appeared first on PT Money. ...
Posted: Dec 13 2017 @ 10:15 PM
This is our annual reminder about spending your Flexible Spending Account dollars and setting your allotment for next year. Based on a Treasury Department modification of the “use it or lose it” rule, some employers are allowing $500 to carry-forward from 2017 to 2018. That means you can carry over up to $500 in unused FSA […] The post Your Flexible Spending Account [FSA] “Use It or Lose It” Rule – What ...
Posted: Dec 06 2017 @ 9:00 PM
Editor's note: Hey, this is PT. You know I'm a huge fan of term life insurance for those young and married with kids like me. These days it's easier than ever to get signed up for life insurance and protect your family. Do it! Of course, I'm also a fan of self-insuring as much as […] The post Why Laddering Your Life Insurance Policy Over Time Makes Good Financial Sense appeared ...
Posted: Dec 06 2017 @ 8:00 PM
Nick is a 20-something financial blogger who lives in Chattanooga, TN with his wife Hanna and 3 fur children. His website is MappedOutMoney.com where he focuses on budgeting and helping people learn all of things about money they didn't learn in school. Let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. Listen to the Episode […] The post 051: Map Your Money Adventure with Nick True of Mapped Out Money appeared ...
Posted: Dec 06 2017 @ 7:58 PM
Matt Miner is a coach, author, and speaker who works with folks to get the most out of their money by understanding his clients’ values and goals, and then helping them do what it takes to gain control of their income and increase their savings rate. Check out his work at DesignIndependence.com. Matt holds a […] The post 050: Using Your Values and Goals to Reach Financial Independence with Matt Miner ...
Posted: Nov 29 2017 @ 8:38 PM
TLDR: buying a house isn’t the best way to build wealth – the stock market is better – but buying a home is still a great idea if you do it right. Buying a House is Still Part of the American Dream Despite the buzz about renting being the new hottie, buying a home is […] The post Buying a House will Slow Down Your Path to Financial Independence (But You ...


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