Want to build multiple streams of income? Here’s how you can keep your focus and build your income quicker by using the mastery principle.
Archives for March 2015
I’m going to keep it short and simple today. Last week we showed you how to file your taxes for free if you haven’t already done so. Today, I want to show you how to get the best last minute deal on paying to file your income taxes. At this point, most of the major […]
Want to rid yourself of debt? You need to stop thinking good debt vs. bad debt. Here’s why this one thing can have an enormous impact on your debt paying motivation.
The reasons why you’re still broke at 35 can include not getting a raise, not side hustling, and not dealing with your debt, but there are hacks to escape.
Most of the time, when people thinking about employees stealing from their jobs, they think of people raiding the supply closet and bringing home boxes of pens and piles of legal pads. However, there’s an even more costly form of fraud happening at businesses of all sizes across the country: payroll fraud. Payroll fraud is […]
If you’re looking for a super easy way to lower your everyday expenses here’s how to save money with Amazon Subscribe and Save.
Here are five ways to have a frugal March Madness Basketball themed party or other March Madness ideas.
Choosing a financial advisor isn’t a matter of just picking a name from the phone book or listening to your cousin Eddie when he says, “I know a guy.” The right person will help you make decisions to build your own wealth and a secure financial future. The wrong person will steer you down the […]
The Nexus 6 is one of the largest smartphones available on the market today. As such it has gain a large amount of attention. All types of individuals have shown interest in the phone, due to its size and applications. Particularly, businesses or business minded individuals can benefit from utilizing the Nexus. Below are the […]
Ev Williams is the co-founder of Blogger, Twitter, and Medium. His formula for starting million-dollar businesses comes down to one simple statement. “Take a human desire, preferably one that has been around for a really long time,” Williams says. “Identify that desire and use modern technology to take out steps.” Let’s reframe it Williams’ statement […]
Looking to save money on Spring break? Try one of these tips to bring your spending down to zero!
If you’re anything like me you’ve got old tech items lying around that need to be disposed of. Laptops, cellphones, and tablets seem to be replaced a little more often than they should be. In fact, with all the new Apple products coming out, you may thinking I’d love to get a new item, but […]
The average American college student graduates with nearly $30,000 in student loan debt, according to the U.S. News and World Report, and one in seven students defaults on his or her student loan within three years of graduation. The total amount of student debt in the U.S. tops $1.2 trillion. The cost of higher education […]
Inflation – it’s a scary word for investors. It’s really a scary word for retired people. But it should be something that everyone keeps in mind when looking at their investments. Inflation is simply the changes in prices of goods and services used by households. Price change over time (they usually go up). This […]
Feeling down by your current job situation? Start a side business! Here’s how I was able to triple my income in 2.5 years by starting a side business.
A career in public service is a great way to make a difference through your work. Even better news — the federal government might forgive a substantial portion of your student debt. Starting in 2017, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) could erase thousands of dollars of your Direct Loan debt. Find out what […]
When people are broke and poor, they make bad money and relationship choices. Here are five jerk money moves that set the record for poor behavior.
If you’re thinking of studying abroad there’s a lot to take into consideration. Here’s my experience studying abroad.
Building real wealth in your twenties involves getting out of debt, having a positive net worth, investing, automating money, and not stopping hustling.
Boredom or impulse spending can completely derail your from your financial goals. Here’s how you can combat boredom spending.
Taxes are always the most complicated when you start a new family, simply because things change. You now have more “things” on your tax return that you have to fill out, and if you’re not careful, it can work against you. Beyond just your tax return, there are a variety of laws and programs that […]
A look at Hollywood’s most popular money movie characters and how they could relate to your money situation.