Happy Friday, one and all! Today, I have a guest post from a couple who are just a few short years away from early retirement. But instead of charging through to the finish line, they are taking a gap year and delaying retirement. I love their style! Imagine this scenario: You’re a healthy, young couple … Continue reading Would you delay early retirement to travel? This couple would!
It’s happened to so many of us. We get scammed, and it sucks. Today, I’m throwing at ya a guest post from Josh over at Faith Family Finance who gives us the skinny on how we could be scammed, and what to do about it. When it comes to protecting yourself from being scammed, you … Continue reading Here is how a financial services company can scam you
Most bloggers are fighting a losing battle. We put in countless hours but usually have very little to show for it financially. There are stories of bloggers making tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars a month, but those are exceptions. Most bloggers, myself included, spend more on their blog than they make back. … Continue reading How NOT to make money blogging
Yo gang! I have another guest post from Brian G from Get Money, Got Money, this time about a summer job living out of a tent that put things into perspective. Love the story and I think you will too. “Wake up man! Brian, wake up!” “Huh, what’s going on?” “Get your ass out of your … Continue reading Living in a tent by a river to engineer in the city
Happy weekend, all! So, how much is a Twitter follow worth? Ever wonder how much the average sponsored Tweet costs? I’ve got a guest post today from Brian Groener from Get Money, Got Money for all you money-lovers out there. Just over a decade ago, a kid named Mark dropped out of Harvard and developed … Continue reading How much is a Twitter follow worth?
Remember that post I wrote that poo-poo’ed credit scores? Here’s another take from a professional financial advisor who shares some insight that you may not have read before. Brian, the floor is yours! Before we get into the good stuff, let’s talk about the elephant in the room: your reputation. We don’t mean ‘you’ as … Continue reading Personal credit rating guide for millennials
Those damn mortgages. They are often the largest debts we ever incur. My mortgage had a devastating affect on my financial situation at the time, and I know that I’m not alone. Today, I bring to you a post from Mrs. Picky Pincher who tells us why they sold their souls. There I was, covered … Continue reading Why we sold our souls for A mortgage
Good morning and happy Wednesday! Today, I bring you a guest post from a newer blogger in the Personal Finance blogosphere, Cody from Dollar Habits. He and I have something in common – we both hate the idea of working until 65. Cody, take it away! Limited Exposure to Early Retirement Growing up, I didn’t have … Continue reading Working ’til retirement scares me to death
Happy Wednesday, everyone! I’ve made it no secret that I hate mortgages – both having them AND paying them off. But once they are gone, the potential to build some serious net worth skyrockets. Today, I bring you a guest post by Rob from Mustard Seed Money on the ups and downs of wiping his … Continue reading I paid off my mortgage in less than 8 years
Happy Monday all! I’m thrilled to bring you a guest post from the one and only Miss Mazuma! She is definitely a rising star in the personal finance community, and I’m honored to publish her very first guest post. You like to travel? How about as a JOB? Read on! Hey all! When Steve asked … Continue reading So you want to be a flight attendant?