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Episode 581: Free Money

Bob Peterson claims to have found the thing people have sought for thousands of years — an investment guaranteed to double in value. He keeps it in a storage locker in Utah.

These digital nomads have ditched the 9-to-5 work life

Thanks to the internet you no longer have a boss. Instead, remote workers provide clients with services directly.

The Double-Edged Sword of Financial Friction

The other day, I was at a home brew supply store. I had stopped in to simply buy some bottle caps with which to cap individual bottles of my most recent batch of home brew. Such a purchase would just cost a couple of dollars. While I was in there, I found myself admiring their refreshed sale table – items that were on discount. Show More Summary

Purpose and the Value of Money

I mentioned the other day that my financial philosophy has changed a bit since I left Get Rich Slowly in 2012. One of the biggest shifts is where I believe we should place our focus. In the olden days, I thought money itself was a fine focus. Show More Summary

What Is An Independent Student On The FAFSA And Why It’s Harder Than You Think To File As One

Being an independent student comes with enough financial hardships, but you can still apply for financial aid through the FAFSA. But only certain circumstances qualify. What Is An Independent Student On The FAFSA And Why It’s Harder Than You Think To File As One appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

A Comparison of Concealed-Carry and Self-Defense Insurance Options

After receiving my license to carry a concealed weapon, I decided that it was prudent to make sure that I also had insurance to cover any potential criminal- and civil-defense costs that could arise from an unthinkable situation where I may be forced to use a firearm in a self-defense, whether in public or inside […]

Risk! A Fate Worse Than Death

Check out The Biglaw Investor or read Risk! A Fate Worse Than Death As lawyers, we’re trained to imagine the worst-case scenario. I distinctly remember working before law school at a firm where a senior lawyer explained a recent case involving a bad accident. Show More Summary

Nine Easy Bean Recipes to Save Time and Money

When it comes to cheap meal staples that work for nearly any budget and dining style, it’s hard to beat beans. Whether you crave comfort food, ethnic dishes, or one-pot meals, you’ll find a ton of recipes that feature different beans as the star. Show More Summary

How to Determine If Your Finances Are Ready for a Big Purchase

Maybe you're ready to make an offer on that dream home down the street. Maybe you're eying a new car for that long commute to work. Or, maybe you just want to plunk down a few thousand dollars on a fancy vacation or the latest gadget. How do you know that you're financially ready to make such a...

If You’re Smart Enough to Retire Early, You’re Smart Enough to Figure Out The Rest of Your Life

Whenever I see gobs of hate hit our blog here, I know for a fact it’s been picked up in the media lately and people for some reason feel the need to go out of their way to spread the nastiness… Such was the case the other week when one of Mr 1500’s posts got picked up by Business Insider and over 200,000+ people viewed […]

8 Ways to Escape a Dying Industry

There was a time when you could train for a career, take a job at a great firm, spend 40 years moving up the ladder, and have a retirement party with a gold watch at the end of it. Those days are long gone. LinkedIn estimates that people in today's workforce will change jobs 15 times in their...

9 Retirement Hotspots That Are Cheaper Now Than Ever Before

Financial considerations are the biggest factor for many people when deciding where they want to enjoy their retirement years. As the strength of the dollar continues its hold against other currencies, it’s providing us with far more purchasing clout when it comes to buying other...

Best Money Tips: How to Save $300 by Christmas

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to save $300 by Christmas, simple ways to save on medical bills, and the best sites for streaming TV shows and movies. Top 5 Articles How to save for Christmas and more: 16+ tips — These strategies will help you...

5 Ways to Get the Most From Your Employer’s Automated Retirement Plan

An increasing number of companies are automating their 401(k) plans — automatically enrolling new hires and even automatically choosing investments for employees. If that's true of your employer, don't be lulled into a false sense of confidence. Just because many decisions are being made for...

The Best and Worst Jobs for Work-Life Balance

When it comes to picking a career, it’s not all about money. Everyone has a threshold where the salary they make just isn’t worth the stress, uncertainty and long hours their job demands. We all need a balance between our work and our personal life. With some careers, achieving that harmony is easy – with […]

The 5 Best Facial Cleansing Devices

A facial cleansing device can clean the skin much better than hands alone, with far less effort. It can also boost the absorption of skin care products and make it easier to apply makeup. (See also: The 5 Best Facial Cleansing Brushes) What is a facial cleansing device? A facial cleansing device...

How to Overcome These 4 Common Retirement Fears

Modern retirement is a somewhat daunting prospect. Unlike previous generations, today's workers generally cannot count on a pension to fund their retirements — which means the buck stops with you when it comes to saving up the necessary money to live comfortably after you hang up your hat....

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