Today’s post is contributed by Amy Nickson, a passionate writer on finance. Amy is a professional blogger who has started her own blog and also works as a contributor for the Oak View Law Group. You can find her writings on the following facebook page as well. Enjoy! When should you get a credit card […]
I’m sure you’d agree that, at a bare minimum, there are racial biases in our society. So not necessarily down-right hatred (although we’re seeing a ton of that these days), but at least there are a fair amount of preconceived notions and biases within our social groups, in the marketplace, in our schools, politics, in […]
Today, I have a guest post featured on Retire by 40. One of the most-followed early retirement sites in the US. Below is a snippet, but please click on over to read the whole post. You won’t want to miss this! What if I told you that you can hit $1,000,000 if all […]
Here Are The Top 16 Financial Mistakes Everyone’s Making: Are You Throwing Your Money Away on Any of Them?
Insufficient Savings Rate This one’s just math. If you’re saving 10% of your paycheck starting from when you get your first job at age 22, assuming a 5% annual ROI, you’ll be able to retire in 51 working years (age 73). If you save 15%, you’ll be able to retire at age 65. If you […]
You’ve probably heard the statistic that the general population is far more afraid of public speaking than they are of even dying. Is that unbelievable or what?!?! So if I asked a group of you the following question: Can I get a show of hands which you’d prefer, from these two radically different options? Door […]
Building and maintaining a stream of passive income is the only way you can escape the rat race for good. So what is this elusive thing called passive income? Is there really such a thing? How does it work, and is it reserved only for the select few that are wealthy? I want to emphatically […]