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Bearing the Burden Today

Over the last month, I’ve had the great opportunity to spend a lot of time with many relatives and friends older than myself. Some are retired already. Others are close to retirement. Still others are at all sorts of various points on...Show More Summary

How to Switch Your Savings or Checking Account to a New Bank

Are you tired of long waits to speak to a teller or manager at your bank? When you call your bank for help, are you annoyed by the numerous automated-questions you have to endure before you can talk to a human being? Or, maybe your current bank has increased charges for even the most basic […]

Skiing And Snowboarding On A Budget

Skiing and snowboarding are both fun, exciting sports, but they can cost a fortune. If you know when to go and what equipment to get, it's not impossible to ski or snowboard on a budget. Skiing And Snowboarding On A Budget appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Finding the Compromise Between What You Love and What Makes Money

Marc Anthony is credited with saying “do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Many successful motivational speakers and businessmen like Warren Buffett tells young people to choose the job they’d pick if they didn’t need the money too. But is it true? Does pursuit of a dream job always […]

How Much Are You Willing To Sacrifice To Change Your Career?

How many times have you or someone you know said, “I hate my job. I wish I was doing something else instead,“? Probably a lot. But change is hard. Taking the first step towards change can be the hardest and a lot of people just don’t know where to begin even if they’re miserable. If Read More...

Path to a Million Bucks by Partnership

Check out The Biglaw Investor or read Path to a Million Bucks by Partnership Today’s article is a guest post I wrote for the excellent White Coat Investor website. The premise of the article is finding a path to save $1,000,000 before...Show More Summary

Think Like a Startup to Boost Your Finances

From tech giants like Facebook, Dropbox, and Instagram, to retailers like Harry's, Warby Parker, and CartFresh, companies who found success as startups seem to be all the rage in business news. But don't take startups as a business fad — there are plenty of personal finances lessons that the...

Best Money Tips: How to Make Money With Facebook Yard Sales

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to sell stuff on Facebook Yard Sales, ways to recover from impulse spending, and making money while running errands. Top 5 Articles Facebook Yard Sales: How to Sell Your Stuff the Easy Way — Facebook Yard Sales...

How to Hire Your First Employee

Hiring your first employee is exciting! And also pretty intimidating. You don't need a complicated system in place to make your first hire, but you do need to take a few essential steps along the way. Here are some ways to simplify the process of hiring your first employee. Decide what your...

Financial Confessional: I Used to Hire Escorts

[So here’s a surprise! Two posts on escorts within a month of each other, haha… Had a reader reach out though wanting to share the other side of the business (i.e. paying for escorts vs hustling as an escort), and I just couldn’t pass it up… So just like last time, if this stuff offends you go ahead and avert your eyes now! We’ve got […]

How to Save for a Trip to Europe

It seems as though traveling throughout Europe is like a rite of passage. Whether you’re fresh out of high school, retired, traveling to one country or several, it’s an amazing place to start your journey as a vagabond. Unfortunately, Europe can also be incredibly expensive. If traveling to Europe is on your bucket list but […]

This One Mental Bias Is Harming Your Investments

Are you holding your breath just waiting for the market to fall? If so, you're not alone. Many investors seem to be waiting for the other shoe to drop. That seems logical: After all, today's bull market has been running for more than eight years, and bull markets don't last forever. But is it...

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Is an Annuity the Worst Investment a Young Person Can Make?

Annuities are regarded as being best for older individuals near retirement who have accumulated respectable savings and can afford to diversify their portfolio. But can young people also benefit from an annuity? The post Is an Annuity the Worst Investment a Young Person Can Make? appeared first on Good Financial Cents.

When You Should Buy an Annuity: 5 Real Life Scenarios

Annuities aren't right for everyone, but they do serve very specific purposes. If you happen to fall into one of these five scenarios, then an annuity can be a real game-changer. The post When You Should Buy an Annuity: 5 Real Life Scenarios appeared first on Good Financial Cents.

Capital One Venture Card Review—Double Miles On Every Purchase

Earn a sign-up bonus worth $400 in travel with the Capital One Venture card. Compare the Venture and no-annual fee VentureOne cards to other miles credit cards in our Venture card review. Capital One Venture Card Review—Double Miles On Every Purchase appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

How to Assess Your Financial State Without Frustration or Jealousy

My family has had the wonderful opportunity to visit a lot of remote relatives and friends over the past month or so. We’ve visited their homes, stayed in guest bedrooms, camped in yards, taken meals in their kitchens, and had wonderful conversations that lasted well into the night. Show More Summary

Why Making Trade-Offs Is the Most Important Financial Lesson I Learned

As an ’80s baby born to an insurance salesman father and a stay-at-home mother, I grew up watching my parents scrimp and save. My mother stayed home with the kids while my father worked, which meant we were constantly looking for ways to stretch a dollar. Show More Summary

The 5 Best Air Fryers

If you want to eat healthier, while still enjoying all of your favorite foods, then the air fryer may be exactly what you’ve been looking for. Cooking with an air fryer can offer a healthier alternative to traditional deep frying. You can quickly, easily cook all of your favorite foods to...

How Much Money Can You Save By Working From Home?

Are you tired of making a long commute to work? Or hate working in a cubicle? You could actually save by working from home. But how much can you really save? We take a look. How Much Money Can You Save By Working From Home? appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

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