If you had asked me a year ago if I could make money sitting in my pajamas at home, I would of said no way. Now I often work at home but how? Continue reading “The One Course I Used To Start My Freelancing Career”
Today we have a guest post from Phil, Enjoy
Though it is a new year, there is nothing new about your finances unless you have won a lottery recently. Your financial situation is the same as it was at the end of the last year. Continue reading “10 Ways To Part With Your Credit Card Debt”
Education is defined as : “The action or process of teaching someone especially in a school, college, or university”
We think of education in terms of school. From as early as we can remember we go to school, when done with high school many go to college or a university.
Is all of that really needed? Do we need to go for twelve, fourteen, or more years in order to live a comfortable life? Continue reading “Is Education Important To Get Ahead In Life?”
By Aaron Crowe
Check out my guest post on Aarons’ site here.
After living expenses, funding a retirement account and any unexpected bills, it can be difficult to fund an emergency fund on a regular basis.
Just the unexpected bills that pop up each month — making them an almost expected expense, such as a vet visit, dental repair, car breakdown or a sudden auto body shop bill or home repair, to name a few — can be enough to make an emergency fund impossible to have money for.
By Christopher Kuretich
As an investor for the last 14 or so years I have grown and refined my strategy. I feel fortunate that I found dividend investing in my 20’s. Building a high quality lower risk dividend portfolio is one of the safest and surest ways to retire.