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Sport of Money
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Personal Finance Blog. Deca-millionaire: my perspective -> your knowledge. Read, digest, learn and take action! Good luck on your financial journey.
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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This blog has been in existence in earnest for 2 quarters now. That is 6 whole months of blogging, responding to comments and spreading the message. The Reason Why I Started This Blog   This is a recap of why I started this blog: I have a passion for personal finance and often find myself … The post Blog Update: Second Quarter Of Existence – Still Going Strong! appeared first on ...
Posted: Jul 01 2019 @ 10:10 PM
Followers of this blog know that I’m really into real estate investments. There are just so many advantages to owning real estate. That is why I believe real estate should be a cornerstone of your investment portfolio because it most certainly is in mine. Some of the advantages include the ability to use leverage (in … The post How To Maximize Rent And Other Considerations For A Vacant Rental Unit appeared ...
Posted: Jun 25 2019 @ 11:12 PM
There are times when seemingly insignificant, small action can led to a big impact in your life. One such action might be deciding to strike up a conversation with that stranger while waiting on line at Starbucks. 3 years later you might end up marrying that stranger. That small action of saying hi to a … The post Small Action – Big Financial Impact appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: Jun 18 2019 @ 9:58 PM
I know the temptation is there; the temptation to spend all of your first full time paycheck. You’ve lived under your parents’ rules for 18 years. In that time, you might have made some side money but was highly dependent on your parents for financial support. They gave you as much as they want to … The post Lifestyle Inflation Myth: Lifestyle Inflation Encourages Savings, Not Spending appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: Jun 12 2019 @ 12:34 AM
Note: This post will contain harsh words and language. Continue at your own risk. You have been warned. This is financial tough love and a dose of reality. I do this because I care. I believe anyone in America can achieve great wealth. I’ve even written an article about how that can be achieved titled … The post Financial Tough Love And A Dose Of Reality appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: May 24 2019 @ 2:25 PM
Charles Schwab conducted a 2019 modern wealth survey. With 1,000 American participants, Schwab asked a variety of questions pertaining to spending habits, planning, and wealth. According to the survey, Americans believe it takes an average of $2.3 million in personal net worth to be considered wealthy. The average income of the survey participants is slightly … The post Anyone Can Be Wealthy In America – Are You? appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: May 19 2019 @ 6:15 PM
I’m an infant when it comes to my personal finance blogging career. I really started SportofMoney.com in earnest earlier this year. But even in my short time spent on the blogging circuit, I’ve come across quite a few like-minded bloggers and a common concern shared by us: there is not enough financial literacy among Americans. … The post Teaching Your Kid To Be A Millionaire appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: May 14 2019 @ 7:15 AM
Note: You have been warned. This post contains spoilers to the Game of Thrones up to the first 3 episodes of the final season. I am a big fan of Game of Thrones. This final season is especially exciting. The start of each weekend brings a level of anticipation for Sunday night to roll around … The post Business Lessons From Game of Thrones appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: May 04 2019 @ 4:22 AM
Everyone loves a great comeback story. What better comeback story is there then someone who worked really hard to reach the top just to crumble and fall down fast into an abyss? Then there is hard work, resurrection, redemption, more hard work and, ultimately, success again. If you haven’t heard Tiger Woods just recently won … The post 9 Investing Lessons From Tiger Woods’ Comeback Win At The Masters appeared first ...
Posted: Apr 29 2019 @ 1:13 AM
If you own your own home, housing cost is likely one of your biggest expenses. Housing sure is one of the biggest expenses for our hypothetical million dollar income family. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to lower the monthly mortgage payments? Housing cost is also one of my biggest expenses. It is second … The post 10 Ways to Lower Your Monthly Mortgage Payments appeared first on SportofMoney.com. ...
Posted: Apr 25 2019 @ 10:42 PM


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