Paying Off Debt The Cheapest Way Immediately.

Are you paying off debt the cheapest way? This might sound like an absurd question to you. There is no right or wrong way to pay down debt you say. That’s right of course. The best way to pay down debt is the way that works best for your particular situation. Paying off debt the … Read more

Passive Real Estate Income Guide For The Brave

This is my personal passive real estate income, but only for the brave ones as everyone’s level of tolerance is different. Real estate has long been a path to monetary success for many entrepreneurs. You won’t be hard-pressed to think of people who have made a name for themselves in the realm of real estate. … Read more

How To Rock Valentine’s Day Without Breaking The Bank

Valentine’s Day is here again. Goody! For the rich, a private jet whisking their significant other to Paris for a meal at a restaurant overlooking the Eiffel Tower might be a small token of their love, but for the rest of us who need to watch our money, it is out of the question. Here … Read more

3 Great Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund

If you are one of the people getting a tax refund this year, consider yourself very lucky. You probably have visions of spending and more spending of your windfall. Here are 3 great ways to spend your tax refund this year, plus three more for good measure! Before you go all crazy, it’s a good … Read more

3 Awesome Reads For Inspiration OF WEALTH

Here are 3 awesome reads for inspiration and wealth accumulation. Now that you’ve made your achievable goals for the year, you might be looking for inspiration. Often times we have good ideas that excites us to the core. You can picture the end result in your mind but unfortunately have no clue how to forge … Read more

How To Save Money Effortlessly And Effectively

Save money effortlessly the best way! While most people are very adept at saving money, there are still others (sometimes that includes me!) that need just a little more motivation than normal. Becoming frugal is a constant struggle and not instantaneous. You just can’t wish it and make it so, you have to work at … Read more

Should Future Job Security Affect Pursuit of Education?

The topic of this blog post about pursuing specific degrees to assure future job security later on in life came about thanks to a conversation l had with a recent college graduate. He was serving us some frozen yogurt. It was a slow period so we sat and chatted for a bit. It turned out … Read more

4 Mainstream Common Misconceptions About Frugality Destroyed!

Frugality definition according to the dictionary is “The quality of being economical with money or food; thriftiness”. While one might think this is a clear and definitive explanation, a lot of people still have extremely common misconceptions about frugality. Here are some that l see people assuming over and over again. Common Misconceptions About Frugality: … Read more

One Shrewd Baby Step for a Wealthy Future

putting money in bank. One shrewd baby step

Nowadays, more than ever, it is extremely important to ensure that you will have wealth when you retire. The world is in very uncertain flux and no one knows what the future will bring. Depending on who you choose to believe, Social Security might or might not be there.

You might or might not be able to retire at 65. See what l mean about uncertainties? What l do know for certain is that you need to take action and take care of number one. You! You know why? Because nobody cares enough about you. You have to help yourself. This one shrewd and painless baby step can make a world of difference to your financial future.

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