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Buying a new home is indisputably a major milestone in anyone’s life. In fact, for most people, it’s the biggest purchase they’ll ever make. Of course, this means that prospective homeowners will need to have their finances in order to afford closing costs, a down payment, and their mortgage once they own the property. Saving…
Traditionally, we take on one full-time job that’ll consume most of our day. We go home, sleep, and repeat the same cycle again until we retire of old age. But for some people, having one job is not enough. Nowadays, more people are taking on a side hustle, or another form of work in addition…
Image Source: Pixabay Homeownership is the goal of many people as they navigate their lives. Whether you are single, married, or in a committed relationship, owning a home can provide you with plenty of benefits. As often as people say that homeownership isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, it is a financial goal you…
Image Source: Pixabay We’re all familiar with how expensive college is and what students sacrifice to make it through. If they have to eat rice for a month, they do it. They’re willing to ditch their car for public transportation. Or rent a room instead of an entire apartment to save money. Students have had…
Search the internet, and you see countless stories of people in their 30s, 40s, and in some extreme cases, their 20s, retiring early to live life on their own terms. It’s all part of the FIRE movement, which seems to grow increasingly popular by the day. (more…) “How Buying a Home Fits in the FIRE…
Are you tired of paying so many bills that you can’t save enough fast enough to retire early? When you want to have that freedom of options, you have to get rid of what is holding you back and that’s debt. Once I paid off my debt, I had so many options in my life…