The following is a guest post from Tomas at DollarBreak. Let’s face it – most jobs just don’t pay enough. Sure, you may have a salary that’s able to keep your needs in check, but it’s definitely not enough to let you live your life in luxury. And even if you do end up with … Read moreHow to Budget on a Low Income
The following is a guest post written by Chloe Flowers, a personal finance writer. Getting a raise is great news. Not only does it signify an achievement, but it will also allow for a bit more financial flexibility. That means a little more wiggle room when it comes to your bills, a few more opportunities … Read moreCommon Saving Mistakes to Avoid After Getting a Raise
The following is a guest post from Financial Wolves, a blog focused on helping you make more money to achieve financial freedom. Although single-family real estate (SFR) and commercial real estate (CRE) investing appears to be one and the same thing, both these real estate categories are significantly different from each other. Why Real Estate … Read moreSingle Family Vs Commercial Real Estate Investing: What is Better?
Why aren’t people investing? Are you nervous about making your first investment? Fortunately, today’s guest post from Just Start Investing and highlights the significant role that investing plays in our financial journey. The best time to invest was yesterday, but the second best time is right now. Enjoy! Investing, in my view, is a basic … Read moreWhy Aren’t People Investing?
Today’s guest post comes from Ben Mizes, who generously offered to write some great content on how to get started in real estate investing to become financially independent. Although I currently own only one rental unit, real estate will most definitely play a factor in my financial independence journey. Enjoy! 20 years ago, you needed … Read moreHow to Get Started in Real Estate Investing to Become Financially Independent
My mom is always thinking of new, creative ways to save money with family and friends. So, as a blogger, of course I asked her to share these hacks with all of you! Hopefully you can implement one (or all) of these strategies into your own life and discover new-found expense reductions. Enjoy! This content … Read more8 Creative Ways to Save Money With Family and Friends
Today’s guest post comes from Ainsley Lawrence, a writer who is passionate about topics like life, work, finance, and all the things that impact us on a day-to-day basis. As someone who is always striving for optimization (as I’m sure many of you are), I thought that a declutter post would resonate with you all … Read moreHow to Make Clutter Work for Your Wallet
Today on the blog we have a guest post from Good Nelly about eliminating debt before retirement. She shares some solid advice about the best ways to handle your debt and all of the benefits of becoming debt free. If debt is something that is burdening your financial journey, this article is definitely one you … Read moreShould You Eliminate Debt Before Reaching Retirement?
Today I’m excited to share a guest post from Jill at Five Senses of Living. She dives into the philosophy behind minimalism and how this concept can supercharge your path to financial independence. She challenges conventional consumerism and if you read until the end, she has a challenge for you. Enjoy! The road to FI … Read moreHow Minimalism Can Help Your Finances
Today’s guest post comes from Harper Reid, a New Zealand native who blogs over at Tumblr. In this post, she focuses on the action items someone should take in order to break away from financial dependence. If you’re looking to gain financial independence from your parents, this article is for you! Similarly, if your son … Read moreHow to Break Away from Financial Dependence on Your Parents