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Financial Panther

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Name:
Financial Panther
Category:
Millennial
Tags:
Debt, Earning More/Hustling
Start Year:
2016

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Location:
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Age:
20s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Lawyer (Attorney)
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Latest Blog Posts

It’s time for the September 2018 edition of the Financial Panther side hustle report! If you’re new here, welcome! September was another big month on the side hustle front, with me bringing in over $2,000 from various sharing economy and gig economy side hustles. That’s pretty remarkable in my book. Most importantly, all of the […] The post September 2018 Side Hustle Report – $2,237.23 appeared first on Financial Panther. ...
Posted: Oct 10 2018 @ 11:30 AM
I’m still recovering from a long week at FinCon and trying to get back into the swing of things at work and here on the blog. The natural thing at this point would be to write a FinCon recap post, but a lot of people have already written about their own FinCon experience, and in […] The post The Why Of Blogging appeared first on Financial Panther. ...
Posted: Oct 07 2018 @ 2:48 PM
Over the past year, I’ve spent a pretty decent chunk of change attending various conferences and meetups. As I write this, I’ll be spending the next couple of days at FinCon, the major financial blogger conference that’s held each year. Compared to some conferences, FinCon can actually be pretty affordable. But it’s still not cheap […] The post Why I Spend Money Attending Conferences appeared first on Financial Panther. ...
Posted: Sep 27 2018 @ 9:40 AM
One of the things that initially held me back with the whole credit card and travel hacking game is that I didn’t really understand where to begin. There was a lot of information that I needed to know if I wanted to play the game right and when you come in with no knowledge, it […] The post How To Start Travel Hacking – What Should Be Your First Credit Card? ...
Posted: Sep 23 2018 @ 5:25 PM
Thank you for joining me for another edition of the Financial Panther side hustle report! As you can probably tell from reading the title of this post, August was a very lucrative side hustle month for me. In fact, it’s my highest side hustle income month to date. It’s months like this where I seriously […] The post August 2018 Side Hustle Report – $3,799.45 appeared first on Financial Panther. ...
Posted: Sep 17 2018 @ 10:23 AM
When I look back at my investing life, one of my biggest regrets is just not getting started sooner. It’s really kind of a shame when I think about it. I didn’t start investing until I was 27 years old, almost a decade after I had graduated from college. That’s years of potential growth that […] The post Robo-Advisors Would Have Changed My Investing Life appeared first on Financial Panther. ...
Posted: Sep 10 2018 @ 3:56 PM
Welcome to the July 2018 Side Hustle Report. As you can obviously tell, this post is coming out very late (my bad). What this does mean is that today’s post will be followed up pretty soon by the August side hustle report, so you’ll get a double dose of side hustle numbers in the next […] The post July 2018 Side Hustle Report – $1,759.07 appeared first on Financial Panther. ...
Posted: Aug 29 2018 @ 1:08 PM
One of my favorite developments in recent years has been the rise of alternative transportation methods. I’ve written in the past about bikeshare systems and why I think they are an amazing form of what is essentially mass transit. In the time since I wrote that post, bikeshare systems have started to go dockless and […] The post Bird Charger and Lime Juicer – Side Hustling As An Electric Scooter Charger ...
Posted: Aug 22 2018 @ 12:17 PM
For the past few years, my savings numbers, I think, have been pretty good. I graduated from law school back in 2013 with zero dollars in savings and $87,000 in student loans. My net worth, obviously, was well into the negatives. Fast forward five years later and things are looking pretty different. My student loans are […] The post A Confession: I Cut Back On Saving (And I’m Kinda Broke Now) appeared ...
Posted: Aug 07 2018 @ 9:10 AM
I’m sometimes convinced that the reason a lot of people become doctors or lawyers is due to the fact that the path to those jobs is laid out pretty well. There’s sort of a blueprint you can follow – go to college, get good grades, do well on some standardized tests, and so forth, and […] The post Lawyers, Doctors, and the Appeal of the Clear Career Path appeared first on ...
Posted: Jul 31 2018 @ 2:01 PM

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