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  In this series, I am highlighting one small thing that you can do in your day to day life to decrease your waste. Just one or two small changes can add up to a massive reduction in single use plastics and the overall burden on our planet’s resources. Don’t forget to read back through … Continue reading One Small Thing – Toilet Paper → ...
By Budget Epicurean | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 7:10 AM
It’s a classic mistake I’ve seen time and time again. You scramble to make an RRSP contribution before the deadline and give yourself a giant pat on the back. But wait a minute. You’re not done yet. Not if your RRSP contribution is just sitting idly in cash. You need to put that RRSP money to […] The post So You’ve Made Your RRSP Contribution: Now What? appeared first on Financial Freedom. ...
By Boomer & Echo | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 7:00 AM
The post Living A Better Life Interview – 76K Project appeared first on Life For The Better. ...
By Life For The Better | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Back in July 2018, I launched the Dividend Growth Investor Newsletter. I am truly honored that I am able to provide value to readers through my writing. In my newsletter, I discuss ten dividend growth ideas that I invest in every single month, and show readers how I build a portfolio from scratch. After launching the service last year, I received a lot of great questions from readers. I decided... To read ...
By Dividend Growth Investor | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Any business requires a steady flow of funds to grow and sustain. A strong financial backup can help in guiding business in the right direction and for being able to make smart and strategic decisions. Funding a business not only helps in paying expenditures regarding machinery, goods or operational activities. A strategically planned business loan... The post How a Business Loan Can Be Vital to Achieve Short- and Long-term Business Goals? ...
By Paisa Blog | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:55 AM
Wageday Advance (WDA) is not giving its customer a Final Response to complaints within eight weeks. At the end of the eight weeks it is telling customers it needs another eight weeks to consider their complaint. This article looks at why Wageday Advance is receiving so many complaints, its financial problems and the discussions it […] The post Wageday Advance – delaying complaints and in financial trouble? appeared first on Debt ...
By Debt Camel | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:36 AM
Very few find mentors in life who help guide them in their thinking, behaviors, choices and habits. But, the few who do, almost always succeed in life and the byproduct of that success, is wealth. Finding a mentor, therefore, should be the goal of everyone pursuing success or desiring to be rich. But is finding […] ...
By Rich Habits | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:30 AM
Term insurance is also known as pure risk cover plan and it is one of the best insurance plans which… Read More→ The post What Makes Term Insurance an Ultimate Choice? appeared first on Financegab.com - Personal Finance & Investment Blog. ...
By Finance gab | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:20 AM
Most of us probably consider ourselves “lucky” if we get yearly raises. After all, more money is better than less money, right? Unfortunately, in most cases, that raise isn’t much of a raise at all. In fact, it may hardly be enough to keep you in the same financial position as you were the year […] The post Why keeping your “safe job” is a risky financial decision appeared first on ...
By ThinkSaveRetire.com | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:05 AM
The “Beat Last Year” Budgeting Challenge! This is one of the best challenges I’ve heard in a while :) From fellow reader, Anne: Hi J, I wanted to share a new challenge I am doing for myself. I eat out at fast food/pizza/restaurants wayyyyy too much, and my personal capital export from 2018 made me feel so bad about it! I am challenging myself to “beat last year!”. Example. Spent $100 ...
By Budgets Are Sexy | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:02 AM
As a recent graduate, you may have already felt the need for money and its important. Unable to manage money,… Read More→ The post How to Make a Personal Finance Plan that will Make Your Dream Comes True appeared first on Financegab.com - Personal Finance & Investment Blog. ...
By Finance GAB | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:02 AM
Every other week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After manually filtering through the millions of articles out there on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this month. Here’s our Journal Club for the week, enjoy! The gift giving season is coming to an end, and though I’m sure most of you probably […] The post Journal Club 1-24-19 appeared first on Passive Income M.D.. ...
By Passive Income M.D. | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:00 AM
Wealth seems to be an elusive dream for many people. They desire to become wealthy, but feel they don’t earn enough money to reach that goal, as if earning more would make the difference. A study of 10,000 millionaires presented in Chris Hogan’s new book, Everyday Millionaires, showed that 69% of these millionaires reached that ... Read more ...
By Prescription for Financial Success | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:00 AM
Travel insurance is an essential for any traveller. Whilst I actively advocate saving money on pretty much anything and everything possible, there are some major exceptions and insurance is one of those things that you shouldn’t scrimp on. Pet insurance is one thing that I know can be quite frankly a life saver. With travel … Read the rest The post How travel insurance can save your (financial) life! appeared first ...
By I Beat Debt | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 6:00 AM
According to the Wall Street Journal, US businesses spent $58.7 billion[1] on consulting in 2016, and the spending is increasing… Read More→ The post 5 Tips to Build a Successful Consulting Business appeared first on Financegab.com - Personal Finance & Investment Blog. ...
By Finance GAB | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 5:45 AM
Less isn't always more. Sometimes less is loss. The post Marie Kondo minimalists: Don’t give away the store. appeared first on Surviving and Thriving. ...
By Surviving And Thriving | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 5:30 AM
No matter how hard you try to keep hold of it, money flies through your fingers at the speed of light. You are living from paycheck to paycheck, and some months you even have trouble paying the bills. You are overwhelmed by debts and are wondering how in the world you can ever manage to... Read more The post What to Do When You Cannot Budget Your Money appeared first on ...
By Canadian Budget Binder | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 5:28 AM
While it’s disheartening to read women still earn $.80 in the workplace for each $1 earned by a man, women are not powerless to change their own earning situation. Olivia Jaras, who wrote Know Your Worth, Get Your Worth: Salary Negotiation For Women is a salary negotiation expert whose passion is helping women receive fair […] Know Your Worth, Get Your Worth: Salary Negotiation For Women [Book Review] as published on ...
By Women Who Money | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 5:05 AM
Being a GP is a huge privilege and with this comes a great responsibility. Not only for my patients, but for myself. Stories of burnt out doctors are in the news with a regularity that is deeply upsetting. And don’t even get me started on the suicide risk of doctors. So I believe that thinking … Could You Reach Financial Freedom? The Reality Of The Possibility Read More » The ...
By The Female Money Doctor | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 5:00 AM
Hello from impostor syndrome land! I do not mention it a lot on this blog, but the 4 year contract I keep mentioning as my current job is actually as a PhD student within natural science. In Norway, you are considered an employee as... The post Why Getting A PhD Is A Terrible Idea If You Are On The Path To Financial Independence appeared first on Frugasaurus. ...
By Frugasaurus | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 5:00 AM
    Welcome to another installment of the X-ray Beam series. Today we are going to look at the inner workings of an up and coming physician blogger, Kpeds from Pediatrician Finds FI. With the physician blogosphere typically dominated by three specialties (Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology, and Radiology), it is nice to get a completely different […] The post The X-ray Beam: Kpeds (Pediatrician Finds FI) appeared first on XRAYVSN. ...
By XRAYVSN.COM | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 5:00 AM
Meet Jim. Jim is retired. Jim retired just under a month ago at the age of 43. That’s my age. While they’re not planning a fatFIRE existence — he became a millionaire for the first time back in 2017 — their budget will feel pretty fat when he moves to Panama with his wife and daughter this summer. That’s right; they’re moving to Panama to take advantage of some international ...
By Physician on FIRE | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 4:55 AM
Ouch, I bet you thought you wouldn’t see this type of post on a personal finance website. But, we need to have a really big conversation about why you should stop listening to personal finance gurus.Now, I want you to know, I have nothing against personal finance gurus. I think personal finance is a topic everyone should talk about and be a part of. But, I do think this discussion ...
By Life And My Finances | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 4:30 AM
I’ve started noticing a strange pattern of some of the posts on this blog, now and again I’ll sit down to write my post for the day, come up with the idea, finish the post, and not be happy with it. I can never tell why, I’ll just read it back and get a feeling […] The post Ship it Anyway appeared first on Money On FIRE. ...
By Money On Fire | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 4:24 AM
In this Interactive Brokers review, you'll discover information about their platform and technology, as well as their commissions and fees. The post Interactive Brokers Review: A Powerful Trading Platform appeared first on The College Investor. ...
By The College Investor | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 4:15 AM
Merrill Edge is the self-directed brokerage arm formed after Bank of America and Merrill Lynch merged together. They are currently offering an increased new account bonus of up to $900 for moving “new money” or assets over to them from another brokerage firm. This new bonus is linked to the BofA/Merrill Preferred Rewards program, which […] ...
By My Money Blog | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:48 AM
Since I started commuting and working in London almost two years ago, I’ve met a lot of people that say they can’t save money due... ...
By SavingNinja | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:30 AM
Today our guests are Physician on FIRE and Passive Income, MD, answering important financial questions from listeners about real estate, bonds, where to invest cash, 529s, and more. ...
By The White Coat Investor | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:30 AM
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By HetGeldCollege.nl | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:30 AM
Why do you need a Hargreaves Lansdown review? Well, if you've got a great investment you're going to need a brokerage to actually buy the share, fund, or ETF? ...
By Retire On Dividends | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:20 AM
Motivational speaker Jim Rohn has a great quote that’s highly memorable: “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” Now, you could quibble with the numbers a little bit. But there’s a simple theme we can take away from this. And we can apply that theme in our investing activities,... Read More » The post Surround Yourself With Winners appeared first on Mr. Free At 33. ...
By Mr. Free At 33 | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:19 AM
John C. (Jack) Bogle died January 18, 2019 at the age of 89.  Bogle created the first widely available index fund and relentlessly worked to lower investment costs, eventually forcing other mutual fund companies to follow his lead.   It is not an exaggeration to say that Bogle did more for individual investors than anyone… Related Posts: Micawber’s Favorites – May 20, 2017 10 Investing Lessons From Dilbert Creator Scott… Don’t Pay for the ...
By The Micawber Principle | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:17 AM
Rs 1 crore is still not a small amount. But whether it is sufficient or not depends on why you actually need it. So for example, if you were to ask me whether Rs 1 crore is enough for retirement?… Read More How to use PPF to save Rs 1 Crore – Be PPF Crorepati ...
By Stable Investor | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:10 AM
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By Living on the Cheap | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:04 AM
As a kid my mum never let us go to zoos. She thought they were cruel prisons that paraded wild animals around for profits. I’m absolutely not disagreeing with her in this post. I have visited zoos… The post ARE ZOOS REALLY AS UNETHICAL AS YOU THINK? appeared first on Caroline Cocker. ...
By Caroline Cocker | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:00 AM
Join us today for an episode about the way "winging it" is a cop-out...Today's episode is focused on how if you wing it you just failed to say no...In today’s episode about developing your influence through stewarding your talent, I talk with you about why winging it is a cop-out.  I share why so often […] The post Episode 269: Is Winging It the Right Thing to Do? appeared first on ...
By Inspired Stewardship | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 3:00 AM
One of my biggest worries as a parent is whether I’ll mess up my son’s life by sending him to private school instead of public school. I’m fortunate enough to have a choice. But sometimes, more choices mean more headaches and possible wrong decisions. I went to an international private middle school when my parents Read More... The post Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Gives Rich Private School Graduates Hope appeared first on ...
By Financial Samurai | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 2:58 AM
Living budget-friendly in China So, you want to travel through China on a budget and even move there for some time? The good news is… The post 4 Tips for living budget-friendly in China appeared first on family budgeting. ...
By Family Budgeting | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 2:46 AM
Well, my friends, I need your help. I had been planning to research online savings accounts for an upcoming series of articles, but not for several weeks yet. Things have changed. I recently received a $35,000 lump sum — I hesitate to call it a windfall for reasons that will be clear in a moment […] The post Who has the best savings account in 2019? appeared first on Get Rich ...
By Money Boss | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 2:34 AM
Charlie Munger spent a lifetime avoiding stupid mistakes. Through inversion and bad judgment, he came up 25 tendencies that lead to mistakes. — Read on novelinvestor.com/charlie-mungers-tendencies-of-human-misjudgment/ The post Charlie Munger’s Tendencies of Human Misjudgment • Novel Investor appeared first on Deep Value ETF Accumulator. ...
By Deep Value ETF Accumulator | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 2:33 AM
Can you imagine your family producing just one mason jar of waste each year? Even reducing the waste in your recycling to the bare minimum? Can you envisage for one moment your home as a minimalist, plastic-free haven containing only … Continue reading → The post Zero Waste Home by Bea Johnson Book Review appeared first on Money Saving, Natural Living. ...
By Shoestring Cottage | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 2:00 AM
**This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PC Optimum. All opinions are my own. Without a doubt, my favourite loyalty program is PC Optimum. Now, you may be wondering if that’s actually true since this post is clearly sponsored by PC Optimum, but I’ve been using PC Plus (now PC Optimum) [...] The post IS PC Optimum the Best Retail Loyalty Program? and How to Earn 75,000 ...
By Money We Have | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 1:05 AM
DAY ONE ??:?? — I wake up. Reluctantly. It is just before six a.m. and I could have used another half hour. 6:00 a.m. — I start […] ...
By Save. Spend. Splurge. | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 1:00 AM
Hey Everyone, Junior and I are back from our 5 week trip to Thailand. It was a good trip, but traveling isn’t as much fun as it used to be. That’s surprising because I was crazy about traveling when I was younger. Traveling meant seeing new places, meeting new people, eating out all the time, […]The post Traveling Isn’t as Much Fun as It Used to Be appeared first on ...
By Retire by 40 | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 12:55 AM
The Deep Value ETF Accumulator 1-23-19 The post The Deep Value ETF Accumulator 1-23-19 appeared first on Deep Value ETF Accumulator. ...
By Deep Value ETF Accumulator | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 12:25 AM
Geldnerd is soms een echte man. En dat betekent onder andere dat hij een bloedhekel heeft aan winkelen. Dat doe ik zoveel mogelijk online. En Geldnerd is ook minimalist. Dat heb ik in 2017 ook in mijn kledingkast doorgevoerd. Maar je kunt altijd verder optimaliseren. En je moet het ook onderhouden. Afgelopen weekend was het […] ...
By Geldnerd | Posted: Jan 24 2019 @ 12:05 AM
How do you decide which skincare products are worth buying? When Instagram is filled with overflowing medicine cabinets & desks of product, let’s try something different. Let’s apply some strategy to this. To paraphrase Professor Clayton Christensen, what job you are hiring that product to do? When it comes to I think of healthy skin … Continue reading "Skincare strategy" The post Skincare strategy appeared first on Alpaca Cap. ...
By Alpaca Capital | Posted: Jan 23 2019 @ 11:42 PM
Some banks will tell you revealing your username and password makes you liable for fraud, but Federal Reserve regulation E says consumer negligence cannot increase your liability ...
By Seonwoo's Musings | Posted: Jan 23 2019 @ 11:35 PM
Valentine’s Day is approaching faster than I care to admit. I’m still feeling slightly hungover financially from Christmas. But I firmly believe in celebrating holidays, even Valentine’s Day, no matter what your financial situation is. Which is why I created this list of cheap but awesome Valentine’s Day gifts for him, so that you can […] The post CHEAP BUT AWESOME VALENTINE’S DAY GIFTS FOR HIM appeared first on DEEPLY IN ...
By Deeply in Debt | Posted: Jan 23 2019 @ 11:22 PM
Healthcare costs have been rising at twice the rate of general inflation in the country. With 15%-20% inflation in healthcare,... The post Health Insurance is not Just for Saving Tax: Other Benefits you Should Know About appeared first on Messymob. ...
By messymob | Posted: Jan 23 2019 @ 11:18 PM
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