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This post was written in partnership with DiversyFund. If you’re a reader of personal finance blogs, you know that real estate investing is a hot topic. Bloggers plug and review companies like Fundrise, Realty Mogul, and PeerStreet. A relatively new, but highly competitive fund in this space is DiversyFund. The team at DiversyFund asked us to take a look at their fund. We’re glad we did. With that brief introduction, let’s dive in and take a closer look. About the author Michael Dinich Founder at Your Money Geek * Website I often write about Finance, Taxes, Politics, Renewable Energy and Geek Culture. Providing clients with the confidence and security to enjoy retirement is my life’s mission. Michael Dinich https://www.campfirefinance.com/author/michael-dinich/ Recession Proofing Your Financial Plan to Ensure Your FIRE Survives the Storm Michael Dinich https://www.campfirefinance.com/author/michael-dinich/ If You’re Blogging For Money, Get The Money Part Right Michael Dinich https://www.campfirefinance.com/author/michael-dinich/ 6 Smart Ways to Invest Your Money
Building long term wealth is the cornerstone of the FIRE movement, but it takes more than cutting back how much you spend on groceries to get there. While watching your budget and keeping your expenses down help, you need lasting wealth if you hope to achieve financial independence. So, what’s the secret to lasting wealth? Unfortunately, if you’re searching for the mystic yellow brick road leading to success, you’ll be disappointed. About the author Amy Beardsley Freelance Writer at Club Thrifty Amy Beardsley is a freelance writer and staff writer for Club Thrifty, a website dedicated to helping people dream big, spend less, and travel more. This author does not have any more posts.
Frugality has given us the ability to walk away from full-time work. We are choosing family over finances. Starting today, I’m a part-time stay at home dad. Choosing Family Over Finances- Becoming a Part-Time Stay at Home Dad | Burrito Bowl Diaries
You have a great job and make a good income. You’ve paid off your student loans and credit card debt. Now you’re ready to save and invest. But you’re not sure how to invest your money. I have good news: there are plenty of smart ways to invest your money, build wealth, and eventually reach financial independence. About the author Michael Dinich Founder at Your Money Geek * Website I often write about Finance, Taxes, Politics, Renewable Energy and Geek Culture. Providing clients with the confidence and security to enjoy retirement is my life’s mission. Michael Dinich https://www.campfirefinance.com/author/michael-dinich/ Recession Proofing Your Financial Plan to Ensure Your FIRE Survives the Storm Michael Dinich https://www.campfirefinance.com/author/michael-dinich/ If You’re Blogging For Money, Get The Money Part Right Michael Dinich https://www.campfirefinance.com/author/michael-dinich/ Investing Passively in Real Estate With DiversyFund
Working two or more jobs is not unusual these days when most of us are over our heads in debt and trying to save for the future. Whether it’s for making our mortgage or car repayments or having some money on the side to treat ourselves every once in a while, a lot of people look for a side hustle to bring in some extra funds. These range from running errands for other people to working online as a blogger, web designer or virtual assistant. But are side hustles worth it? Sometimes we are not aware of how having several jobs can affect us and our full-time job. Often, there are more (and better) reasons to focus on our day job seeing as how it can provide us with some benefits that part-time ones are just not able to offer. Read on to learn more about why you should concentrate on your primary source of income and some ways to improve and potentially get a promotion. About the author Theodora Evans Theodora is a passionate blogger from Sydney and she
One in three Americans have nothing saved for retirement. These personal finance tips and resources helped us end the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle. If You’re the 1 in 3 With $0 Saved, Try These Financial Life Hacks | Paychecks & Balances
Financial independence is valuable for anyone, but it’s more valuable to a blue collar worker. And it’s not about salaries. Find out why. Why Financial Independence Is More Valuable To A Blue Collar Worker