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Dividend Portfolio
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dividend portfolio, investing, dividend growth investing, budgeting, saving, compound, dividend aristocrats, dividends, emergency funds, debt, personal finance
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2016

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Bossier City, Louisiana, United States
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Latest Blog Posts

It’s been a while since I’ve reported some good news.  So, here it is.  I’ve eliminated all my credit card debt, once again! This is significant for a number of different reasons, which I will explore in this post. As you may recall, in my Get Out Of Debt Plan, one of the things on my… Read More » The post Credit Card Debt appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Nov 08 2018 @ 2:15 AM
Another month has gone.  It’s hard to believe that the year is almost over.  Indeed, in addition to the upcoming end of the year, Game of Thrones reminds us that winter is coming!  But, while we prepare for the future, it’s important to take a look at where we’ve been.  I will do that by… Read More » The post Dividend Income Report – October 2018 appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Nov 03 2018 @ 1:32 AM
California is an expensive real estate market.  I’m currently looking at the possibility of buying a house in Sacramento, as the Bay Area is really outside my price range.  At most, I am looking to buy a house valued at $500,000.  Currently, I qualify for a $400,000 house.  However, that valuation was based on my… Read More » The post Should I Buy A House? appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Oct 29 2018 @ 1:38 AM
A very important concept to building wealth is the idea that you should pay yourself first.  Financial advisors and wealth building experts rarely agree on many things, but there is one thing that most definitely agree on:  you should pay yourself first. That’s what I’ve tried to do.  And I realize that I’m expensive.  Honestly,… Read More » The post Pay Yourself First appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Oct 22 2018 @ 3:15 PM
It’s been said that “nothing changes if nothing changes.”  Change is an important part of life.  It helps to keep life interesting.  As I embark on this new journey in my life, I’ve noticed a small change here and there.  Changes in terms of what I choose to prioritize or even how I choose to… Read More » The post Dividend Income Report – September 2018 appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Oct 03 2018 @ 11:22 AM
According to Investopedia, “lifestyle creep occurs when an individual’s standard of living improves as their discretional income rises and former luxuries become new necessities.” In my opinion, lifestyle creep is a stealer of wealth.  It’s a formidable opponent that must be recognized and defeated.  Unlike other obstacles in life, lifestyle creep doesn’t take you head on.  It… Read More » The post Lifestyle Creep appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Sep 21 2018 @ 4:35 PM
I haven’t forgotten that I didn’t post an inspirational quote for August.  Therefore, to make up for that, I will post two quotes for this month.  Unfortunately, I was super busy in August.  But, I hope to post these quotes at least throughout the rest of the year.  We all know that we can use… Read More » The post Inspirational Quote Of The Month – August & September 2018 appeared ...
Posted: Sep 15 2018 @ 5:34 PM
First, I had to get back to the basics.  My initial goal is to eliminate my credit card debt and establish a robust starter emergency fund.  But that is only phase one of my plan.  I expect phase one to be completed by the end of October.  I might be underestimating how long it will take… Read More » The post Get Out Of Debt Plan appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Sep 10 2018 @ 2:17 AM
We’ve all been there.  We make plans, set our goals and have nothing but good intentions to see them through.  But, sometimes life gets in the way when we make plans.  I feel that is what happened over the past couple of months.  Before, I had a high credit score and relatively no debt other… Read More » The post Back To The Basics appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Sep 06 2018 @ 2:50 AM
It’s nice to have a relaxing day for a change.  Currently sitting at Starbucks and I don’t have to stress about life.  At least, not until next week.  Haha.  There is so much to catch you up on during this Labor Day weekend. I am both excited and cautiously optimistic about the future. But, I… Read More » The post Dividend Income Report – August 2018 appeared first on Dividend Portfolio. ...
Posted: Sep 01 2018 @ 9:32 PM

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