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Showing 1 to 31 of 31 total blog posts this week.
 
Which is the superior investing account when you compare a 401(k) vs HSA? We run the numbers so you can make the best decision for your savings goals. The post 401(k) Vs HSA: A Showdown appeared first on The White Coat Investor - Investing & Personal Finance for Doctors. ...
By The White Coat Investor | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 3:30 AM
If you have student loans, finding the cheapest tax software can be hard. Here's our pick for the best tax software for student loans. The post The Best Tax Software for People with Student Loans appeared first on The College Investor. ...
By The College Investor | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 3:15 AM
Last Friday, the yield on the 10-year US Treasury note was a tiny bit less than that of the 3-month US Treasury bill. This is known as a yield inversion, and depending on which article you read, this specific type of yield inversion (10-year minus 3-month) has happened before each of the past 6, 7, […] ...
By My Money Blog | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 3:15 AM
Investing in real estate can feel intimidating when you’re just getting started. You hear stories of people who’ve amassed their wealth by investing in dozens or hundreds of rental properties. The prospect of owning so many properties can feel more stressful than hopeful. Our guest today, Doc G, shares why we don’t need countless rentals … Continue reading "How Real Estate Helped This Multimillionaire Dad Build Wealth – with Doc ...
By Marriage, Kids and Money | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 3:13 AM
The choice of whether to buy on the basis of cost first, or on the basis of quality first, is a personal one, and in our case, we tend to go for quality as the first consider and price second. But that approach has taught us some hard lessons, both good and bad. Here are three examples of purchases, and the lessons we've taken away from them. ...
By Our Next Life | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 3:09 AM
A common myth surrounding veganism is that it’s an expensive way to live. This could not be further from the truth. IN FACT I’d go as far as to say that budget vegan meals are… The post HOW TO BE VEGAN ON A BUDGET appeared first on Caroline Cocker. ...
By Caroline Cocker | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 3:00 AM
We’re talking about the age when most people file for Social Security benefits. There’s one age that’s the most popular BY FAR. I’ll tell you what that is and give you 5 reasons when I think filing at this age makes sense. The Most Popular Age If we look at the data from the Social […] The post When Most People File For Social Security appeared first on Social Security Intelligence. ...
By Social Security Intelligence | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 3:00 AM
Tata Mutual Fund has launched a New Fund Offer (NFO) for Tata Overnight Fund. The NFO period begins and closes on March 25, 2019. The scheme will re-open for continuous purchases and redemptions not later than March 28, 2019. The open-ended scheme aims to generate reasonable returns in line with overnight rates and high liquidity... The post Tata Mutual Fund Launches Overnight Fund NFO appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans ...
By Paisa Blog | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 2:43 AM
Here it is at last, the dreaded income/expenses post. It took me a bit longer than expected because I’ve had to reorganise and recalculate our expenses. In an earlier post where I talked about our expenditure, I included our savings and investments, which I’ve since learnt is incorrect. Thanks to the Reddit reader who pointed … ...
By A Family on FIRE | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 2:35 AM
Building and maintaining good credit is a key component of a person’s financial health. Not only does it make it easier to buy a house or obtain a car loan, these days, it’s often a prerequisite to signing a lease, securing a job, or landing a great cell phone plan. The problem is, most people […] Credit Karma Canada Review: Get Your Credit Score and Report for Free appeared first on ...
By MapleMoney | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 2:30 AM
Fewer first time buyers are turning to the bank of mum and dad for help buying their first home, according to new research. Read More... The post Bank of Mum and Dad goes bust appeared first on savings.com.au. ...
By Savings.com.au | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 2:28 AM
Betting Spectrum Betting practices, in gaming, sports, and even political analysis, are getting more and more sophisticated. And while they’re still classified as betting or gambling, this is leading some ... ...
By Investment and Finance Blog | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 2:23 AM
Are you suffering from FIRE envy? Do you follow early retirement bloggers on social media and are jealous of their glorious no job lifestyle? You don’t have to worry about that at Retire by 40. It is spring break in Portland, but we’re just staying in town for a relaxing staycation. No exotic trip for […]The post My Unglamorous Early Retirement Lifestyle appeared first on Retire by 40. ...
By Retire by 40 | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 2:00 AM
Join us today for Part 4 of the Interview with Mark Aho, author of Building Wealth and Living in Faith...This is Part 4 of the interview I had with speaker, author, and financial expert Mark Aho. In today’s interview with Mark Aho, Mark talks with you about impacting the world.   Mark and I talk with […] The post Episode 311: Impact the World – Interview with Mark Aho – Part ...
By Inspired Stewardship | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 2:00 AM
The financial year 2019 is drawing to a close and you might still be busy in last-minute tax planning to ease your tax burden. When it comes to tax saving, Section 80C is the buzzword allowing you to claim cumulative tax deductions of up to Rs. 1.5 lakh. However, there are multiple investment options available... The post FD vs PPF vs NSC: Which One Should You Invest to Save Tax? appeared ...
By Paisa Blog | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:56 AM
Big changes have been afoot in the land of FIRE: I started a business! It’s been a hectic few weeks working on it in addition to my day job and other life activities, but I would like to take time today to share four lessons I’ve learned in the last month for others interested in doing the same. 1) Time…Continue Reading→ ...
By FIRE in the Land | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:49 AM
The average household spending in 2017 was around $60k, according the the BLS. While I haven’t gone back through our accounts to confirm it, I would venture to say that between my husband and I, we also spend roughly that amount a year. It wasn’t always this way. Once upon a time I could get … Continue reading Are You Even Frugal? → ...
By Yet Another PF Blog | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:42 AM
Few things travel in a straight line in nature, especially the economy. While investors and consumers hope for calm, volatility is often the norm. Knowing how to survive in volatile environments and markets falls in the lap of professionals such as Ayò Bánkólé. He is both a strategy and business transformation specialist, plus a small-to-medium-enterprise […] The post Volatility compels calm amid the storm appeared first on Data Driven Investor. ...
By Data Driven Investor | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:37 AM
Every developer should have a bookshelf. The possible set of texts in his cabinet are myriad, but not every collection gives a programmer a variety of tools. With an eclectic set of weapons, a developer can attack a problem from multiple angles. This mélange of approaches is made possible through a diverse bookshelf.  A varied […] The post A Programmer’s Guide to Creating an Eclectic Bookshelf appeared first on Data Driven ...
By Data Driven Investor | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:29 AM
Dans le précédent article, je vous ai présenté comment on partageait nos dépenses au pro-rata avec Mme MP, ainsi que la création de notre premier compte commun. L'étape suivante fut le passage à un petit bout de logiciel qu'on utilise toujours aujourd'hui. Pour vous dire, grâce à lui, on est passé de CHF 50'000 à CHF 380'000+ de fortune en 5 ans ! YNAB Je me suis épris du ...
By Mustachian Post | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:23 AM
Dieser Artikel wurde noch nicht übersetzt. Ich habe im Januar 2019 mit der deutschen Übersetzung des Blogs begonnen. Ich erwarte, dass ich bis Ende April 2019 fertig bin. Komm regelmässig wieder oder folge mir in sozialen Netzwerken (siehe Sidebar), um über neue verfügbare Übersetzungen informiert zu werden. ...
By Mustachian Post | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:23 AM
In the previous article, I explained you how we shared our expenses on a pro-rata basis with Mrs. MP, as well as the creation of our first joint account. The next step was the transition to a small piece of software that we still use today. Just so you know, thanks to it, our wealth went from CHF 50'000 to CHF 380'000+ in 5 years! YNAB I fell in ...
By Mustachian Post | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:23 AM
    In this episode of Ask Jason, I'm answering questions about: How Martin can save money , even when his wife and family aren't on board. How Josh can save for an emergency fund while... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] ...
By Celebrating Financial Freedom | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 1:01 AM
Over this past week, one of the largest cheating scandals in history got cracked wide open uncovering bribery and other illegal acts committed by celebrity stars such as Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin.  This may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back and opens up the real investigations into how much parents ‘donate’ in order to help their children get the edge to get into the school of their ...
By Your Smart Money Moves | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:39 AM
Dear readers, Hyflux has been making the news lately with all the restructuring talks. Let us watch the video below to listen what an analyst has to say about all of the developments!Read more » ...
By Singapore Stocks Investing | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:30 AM
Have you ever set a goal, thinking you would never hit it, but then did?! That is happing now as I am growing my baby business month by month. Read on to see how the business is growing. ...
By Against the Grain Financials | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:09 AM
The Deep Value ETF Accumulator 3-24-19 The post The Deep Value ETF Accumulator 3-24-19 appeared first on Deep Value ETF Accumulator. ...
By Deep Value ETF Accumulator | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:07 AM
Afgelopen week piepte mijn telefoon, er was een bericht van de Belastingdienst in mijn BerichtenBox Overheid. ‘Nu al?’, dacht ik, ervan uitgaande dat het over 2018 zou gaan. Maar dat was het niet. Het was eindelijk een voorlopige aanslag voor het jaar 2016, het jaar waarin ik terugkeerde uit het Verre Warme Land, en dus […] ...
By Geldnerd | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:05 AM
30 years is a long time. Paying off your mortgage ahead of schedule has many financial benefits, including a potential savings of thousands of dollars over the life of the … ...
By Save The Bills | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:02 AM
Thoughts about why the rich are attracted to others with money... ...
By Save. Spend. Splurge. | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:00 AM
I’m all about achieving financial freedom. It’s been a driving force in my decisions for most of my life and starting Wealth Noir. I have studied, worked, calculated, saved and invested in the hopes of reaching the magical state of financial freedom. It goes by many different names and its definition is widely debated, but […] Is Financial Freedom Worth It? appeared on Wealth Noir. ...
By Wealth Noir | Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 12:00 AM
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