Ah, credit cards. U.S. consumers are estimated to owe $747 billion in credit card debt, and that figure does not even factor in financial obligations like car or student loans. Anyone who has been in debt knows that it is easy to get into it but almost impossible to get out. Continue reading “My Journey Out of Debt and Back Again”
Today we have an amazing woman who is doing everything she can to get out of debt in just 15 months. She’s done an amazing job so far and I can’t wait to see what she does in the future. So please pay close attention to today’s guest post from Leah at Urban 20 Something. Continue reading “The Simpliest Things Are The Most Complicated”
Every month I will be documenting my income from all of my side hustles. As I am just starting out some (more like all) of these amounts will be very little or even nothing. In full future me style though I’m going to include things that I may not even be doing yet because I know that in the future these things will be bringing in an income. Continue reading “February Income Report”
Trading stocks and shares through the use of professional online platforms represents a hobby for some and a full-time profession for others. Every journey begins with the first step and if you are considering a foray into this profitable domain, you likely have a number of questions. Let’s break things down a bit and highlight some of the main tips and tricks which should be adopted in order for your enjoy future success. Continue reading “A Newbies Guide To Share Trading”
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