There are two power players when it comes to personal finance, Dave Ramsey & Suze Orman. Dave says to have a $1,000 emergency fund immediately. Suze says to save a little bit at a time. Each one has their different ways of doing personal finance, below you could find one who works best for […]
For the last six months or so I have been working on my first novel, a personal finance thriller entitled Cream City Hustle. While there are financial thrillers out there, it is a fairly small genre. I’m not even certain that a would be sub-genre, personal finance thrillers, has any entrants. If so, it has […]
The following is a guest post about getting a good financial start in life. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
I’m in a pretty comfortable financial position. I’m not rich, but I definitely don’t live paycheck to paycheck either. I’ve certainly been lucky in […]
The following is a guest Buying daily meals. If interested in submitting a guest post please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
During the recession, daily deals represented a smart way to experience all of life’s pleasures at a significant discount. Hoping to try the newest restaurant? Buy a Groupon. Want a […]
The following is a guest post about personal finances. If interested in submitting a guest post please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
Americans are struggling financially. Wages are stagnant, consumer spending is down, decent jobs are hard to find, and gas and food prices are up and, no, it is not the […]
The following is a guest post about the importance of vocabulary. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
Imagine one day you talk with a friend who says, “I think I’m going to be successful.” The following day you talk with another friend who says, […]
The following is a guest post by Jonny of financewand.com
It is very important that you take the finest investment decisions for yourself as well as your family so that you can secure your present as well as your future. Forget what you have done in the past (if it is bleak) and concentrate on […]
Say you are out walking and you happen to find $100 cash laying on the sidewalk, what would you do with that tax-free present from the heavens? And don’t give me some bs that you would take that money to the police or actually claim it in your taxes.
I was faced with that […]
If there’s anything positive that can be taken from the recent mortgage crisis, it is the light it shed on how so many people were living beyond their means. Countless people were getting approved for mortgages they couldn’t actually afford. Mortgages were basically being handed out like candy on Halloween, even if […]