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  • Should We Pay Cash Or Get A Loan For A New Car? | Subscriber Q&A
      Should we pay cash or get a loan for a new car? This is a recent question from a subscriber and I want to take some time to address the question. +++Get on the waitlist for our brand new budgeting course (5 Days To A Bulletproof Budget) to be... read more
    Curated from ZeroDebtCoach Oct 17, 2021
  • Should We Pay Cash Or Get A Loan For A New Car? | Subscriber Q&A
      Should we pay cash or get a loan for a new car? This is a recent question from a subscriber and I want to take some time to address the question. +++Get on the waitlist for our brand new budgeting course (5 Days To A Bulletproof Budget) to be... read more
    Curated from Zero Debt Coach Oct 17, 2021
  • How to Use Your Credit Card After a Job Loss
    Job loss can become a reality for anyone. Here are some smart financial steps you can take regarding your credit cards if you are out of work. The post How to Use Your Credit Card After a Job Loss appeared first on The Dollar Stretcher.... read more
    Curated from The Dollar Stretcher Oct 17, 2021
  • IRS awards $41 million in grants to 334 VITA/TCE programs
    Free tax-preparation and filing help is offered ever tax season through groups community groups nationwide, like this Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program run by the Summit-Medina, Ohio, United Way. As the COVID-compromised 2020 and 2021 tax filing seasons demonstrated, most taxpayers needed some help to make sure they got... read more
    Curated from Don't Mess With Taxes Oct 17, 2021
  • The Current State of Real Estate Investing in the Philippines (Episode 92)
    Updated: October 18, 2021 Listen to this episode: on Spotify on Apple Podcasts on Google Podcasts Episode Sponsor: This episode is brought to you by Lessandra, a reputable housing brand [...] Note: This is just a preview. Read the full article at Ready To Be Rich by clicking this link:... read more
    Curated from Ready To Be Rich Oct 17, 2021
  • The Cost Of Being Social In College
    I’m going to walk you through a breakdown of all the social costs of being a college student. And I’m going to show you how a money tracking app can help you save more and manage your money better. The post The Cost Of Being Social In College appeared first... read more
    Curated from Nav.It Oct 17, 2021
  • A Worthy Choice?
    A RECENT RULING from the Department of Labor appears to pave the way for more ESG (environmental, social and governance) mutual funds in 401(k) plans. Last week, Morningstar even launched an ESG-focused retirement plan service. ESG assets are modest compared to other parts of the money management business, but they’re... read more
    Curated from Humble Dollar Oct 17, 2021
  • Seven Easy Steps to Making the Most of Your Open Enrollment at Work
    To ensure that you select the right employee benefits for you, we’ve crafted a checklist to help you tackle open enrollment and make the most of your work perks. The post Seven Easy Steps to Making the Most of Your Open Enrollment at Work appeared first on Financial wellness starts... read more
    Curated from Nav.It Oct 17, 2021
  • 7 Best Prepaid Credit Cards in Canada in 2021
    In this article, I cover some of the best prepaid credit cards in Canada as well as secured credit card alternatives. Prepaid credit cards are an alternative to traditional credit cards, without the ridiculous interest fees. Similar to your bank’s debit card, the best reloadable prepaid cards can be used... read more
    Curated from Savvy New Canadians Oct 17, 2021
  • Sunday Punday
    Five groaners. music selection:  “I’m Walkin'” — Fats Domino Devour your prey raptors!... read more
    Curated from Financial Velociraptor Oct 17, 2021
  • Bumper - The New Investing App for Teens
    [00:00:00]Kriti: Hey guys, welcome to WhyFI Matters! It's been a few weeks, but I'm super excited to share with you another interesting...... read more
    Curated from Why FI Matters Oct 17, 2021
  • Millennial ‘Job Status Chasers’ Are Exhausted and Bored
    But there is another wayContinue reading on Making of a Millionaire »... read more
    Curated from Making of a Millionaire Oct 17, 2021
  • The World Is A Vampire…..When Is My Retirement?
    Inflation comes and goes. We can’t say the same for planning for retirement. Consistently saving through thick and thin isn’t easy. If it were, everybody would be rich. Learn how to make and, more importantly, stick to a retirement plan. Reading our weekly links is an investment in yourself.  ... read more
    Curated from A Teachable Moment by Tony Isola Oct 17, 2021
  • 5 Years Check-in: Half a Decade of Pursuing FIRE
    I first specifically learned about financial independence (FIRE) in the fall of 2016, which was after graduating college in the The post 5 Years Check-in: Half a Decade of Pursuing FIRE appeared first on We Want Guac.... read more
    Curated from We Want Guac Oct 17, 2021
  • Don't be stingy on your life
    Before I discovered the concept of financial independence I was living dollar to dollar. I was the classic example, of which most of society is, of running the hedonic treadmill. Each increase in pay followed by […..]... read more
    Curated from Your Money Blueprint Oct 17, 2021
  • How To Make $20,000 Dollars A Month – 8 Realistic Ideas To Try!
    So, you’re wondering how to make $20,000 dollars a month? I think setting these sorts of income goals is a good thing since it pushes you to get entrepreneurial and to work hard. I also think you don’t have to reinvent the wheel either; there are plenty of tried and... read more
    Curated from This Online World Oct 17, 2021
  • Finding Balance in an Off-Kilter World
    Sell the house. Pack everything up. Take the $500k of home equity after realtor fees, consisting of $325k downpayment and $175k in gains, give or take, and move to most anywhere else in the country where one can buy a nice house for $500k or a few hundred k over... read more
    Curated from Her Every Cent Counts Oct 17, 2021
  • Here Are 40 of the Best Ways To Make Extra Money
    Want to put extra cash in your pocket? You can find ways to make extra money on the side that can be lucrative and fun. All you need to make extra money is an open mind, motivation, grit, and determination to use your creativity and skills you may already have... read more
    Curated from Financial Pupil Oct 17, 2021
  • Sunday links: quitting cash flow
    StrategyIt takes more and more risk to generate returns these days. (compoundadvisors.com)Ten truths about the stock market including 'There will always be something to worry about.' (tker.co)Under what circumstances 'return stacking' makes sense. (wsj.com)The 60/40 portfolio is not dead, yet. (theirrelevantinvestor.com)Time horizon is everything for investors. (awealthofcommonsense.com)We are living in... read more
    Curated from Abnormal Returns Oct 17, 2021
  • Inexpensive DIY Backyard Fire Pit Ideas and Tips
    Don't let cooler weather or a tight budget keep you from enjoying your backyard. Build your own inexpensive backyard fire pit with these ideas. The post Inexpensive DIY Backyard Fire Pit Ideas and Tips appeared first on The Dollar Stretcher.... read more
    Curated from The Dollar Stretcher Oct 17, 2021
  • Clear as Crystal
    I stared out across the dancing ocean, a translucent sheet of aquamarine living motion.  Detached yet complete.  My thoughts seeming to drift as far as my eyes could see.  Without limits.  Ephemerally waltzing along the cresting waves, tiptoeing across white-capped rollers, fearless as the damned yet freer than the poor... read more
    Curated from My Quiet FI Oct 17, 2021
  • How Purchasing a Home Can Destroy Your Net Worth
    I recently decided to hold off on purchasing a home; you might want to reconsider too.Continue reading on Making of a Millionaire »... read more
    Curated from Making of a Millionaire Oct 17, 2021
  • Covid Attendance / Concerts
      The old people aren’t going. We live in an era of data transparency, just check the availability of seats for boomer shows on Ticketmaster, they’re plentiful. They may be expensive, but in the old days the gigs went clean, now they don’t. It’s unclear what is happening in Covid... read more
    Curated from The Big Picture Oct 17, 2021
  • Folie à deux
    How do you reverse a trend? Overcome momentum that has built up over an extended period? Turn back the clock? Swim against the tide of a popular narrative? Defy conventional wisdom? Manipulate individuals into taking action contrary to their own best interests? Action that incurs significant costs, both in terms... read more
    Curated from { in·deed·a·bly } Oct 17, 2021
  • Is There Survivorship Bias in U.S. Stock Market Performance?
    There are plenty of other good stock markets besides the U.S....... read more
    Curated from A Wealth of Common Sense Oct 17, 2021
  • 16 Best High-Yield Investments [Safe Options Right Now]
    Most of us want to invest in high-yield investments so we can earn more money. But this is hard because you have to do a lot of research and it’s always risky if you don’t know what you’re doing. To buy the best high-return investments, you probably think you need... read more
    Curated from Young and the Invested Oct 17, 2021
  • Earnings season gives stocks a lift on the Sunday Reads.
    You might be watching NFL football this Sunday, but just as exciting was the kick off to earnings season south of the border. U.S. stocks had been stumbling and fumbling in recent months, but stocks are now running again thanks to putting some impressive numbers on the board. It was... read more
    Curated from Cut the Crap Investing Oct 17, 2021
  • 12 Stocks for Kids: Kid-Friendly Stocks to Begin Investing [2021]
    Investing can seem like an intimidating subject, but with the right knowledge and skills anyone can learn to invest, no matter the age or experience. When it comes to getting started young, what better way to gin up interest for investing in children than investing in stocks for kids! Stock... read more
    Curated from Young and the Invested Oct 17, 2021
  • What Is a Reverse Mortgage?
    If you watch late-night television, there’s a strong chance you’ve seen ads with Hollywood B-listers touting reverse mortgages as the new wonder tool for home-owning retirees who need to increase their cash flow. At first glance, reverse mortgages look practical. These specials loans allow seniors 62 or older to tap... read more
    Curated from Centsai Oct 17, 2021
  • How to downsize your kitchen
    Step one: Figure out what you need When I was single, I eventually figured out exactly what I needed (see my minimalist kitchen post for details) to cook my food). Since getting married it is clear that those needs have changed. Without an inventory analysis (*) it is impossible to... read more
    Curated from Early Retirement Extreme Oct 17, 2021
  • Is Financial Independence Just Escapism? (2 Types of Freedom)
    Is FIRE really just a way to escape the challenge and repetition of modern working life? Sure, it frees you from what you hate—but I think there's more. Continue reading Is Financial Independence Just Escapism? (2 Types of Freedom) at TicTocLife.... read more
    Curated from TicTocLife Oct 17, 2021
  • Top clicks this week on Abnormal Returns
    Thanks for checking in with us this weekend. Here are the most clicked on items on Abnormal Returns for the week ended...... read more
    Curated from Abnormal Returns Oct 17, 2021
  • Should You Buy the Dip – Week in Review
    The post Should You Buy the Dip – Week in Review appeared first on Dividend Power. Should You Buy the Dip Should You Buy the Dip? There have been several articles recently published about why buy the dip is dead. Here The post Should You Buy the Dip – Week... read more
    Curated from Dividend Power Oct 17, 2021
  • 10 Sunday Reads
    Avert your eyes! My Sunday morning look at incompetency, corruption and policy failures: • The City of London Is Hiding the World’s Stolen Money If there is one country at the system’s heart, it is Britain. Taken together with its partly controlled territories overseas, Britain is instrumental in the worldwide concealment of... read more
    Curated from The Big Picture Oct 17, 2021
  • 7 Steps To Build Credit Over Time
    Making every payment on time is the ideal way to build credit successfully. Broadly, the basic strategy for good credit is actually quite straightforward and intuitive: Be the kind of borrower you would want to lend to. Tactically, these seven steps might help. Acquiring Credit Turning to a spouse or... read more
    Curated from Parent Portfolio Oct 17, 2021
  • Undervalued Dividend Growth Stock Of The Week
    Every Sunday, I uncover a high-quality dividend growth stock that appears to be undervalued. These pieces are published at Daily Trade Alert, which is a site that focuses on dividend growth investing, stocks, and unique investment opportunities. I’ve been writing for them for years now, and they’re just great over... read more
    Curated from Mr. Free at 33 Oct 17, 2021
  • Debt news – 17 October 2021
    My pick of last week’s news is Resolutions Foundations report on what the government can do about rising energy costs:  Bills, bills, bills. For debt advisers, if you didn’t hear Moneybox on The future of Face-to-face advice, listen to it now! Debt advice news What is a manageable debt advice... read more
    Curated from Debt Camel Oct 17, 2021
  • Episode 110. Why Confidence Feels Like Sh*t | Erika Cramer, The Queen Of Confidence
    Episode 110 is a GAME CHANGER! We had an incredibly open & honest conversation with the powerful, the uplifting, the electrifying Queen of Confidence: Erika Cramer. We know you’ll leave this episode feeling empowered AF! Fair warning: Wigs will be snatched and pearls will be clutched during this conversation! Known... read more
    Curated from Yo Quiero Dinero Oct 17, 2021
  • The 16 Best Cash Back Apps in 2021 – and 6 to Skip!
    Every time I turn around there are new fancy cash-back apps promising to save time and make you money. There are so many of these apps that it’s nearly impossible to test them all and find out which ones are really worthwhile.  I love a good challenge, so I did... read more
    Curated from Partners in FIRE Oct 17, 2021
  • How Much Is PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance)? What You Need to Know
    Mortgage Insurance. PMI is an insurance policy for the lender in case you stop making your monthly payments. Depending on your LTV (loan to value) ratio and other factors, your PMI cost may vary. On average, PMI for a conventional home loan ranges from 0.58% to 1.86% of the original... read more
    Curated from Have Your Dollars Make Sense Oct 17, 2021
  • The Sunday Best (10/17/2021)
    The Sunday Best is a collection of articles I’ve curated from the furthest reaches of the internet for your reading ... Read more... read more
    Curated from Physician on FIRE Oct 17, 2021
  • End of the Year Tax Planning Considerations for Physicians
    Consider Accelerating Income: End of the Year Tax Planning   Physicians need a end of the year tax plan in 2021. What are you going to do now in the face of major proposed changes to the tax code? What […]... read more
    Curated from FiPhysician Oct 17, 2021
  • How to Buy Google (…And Will It Be Worth It??)
    Are you a fan of Google? Are you an investor? Naturally then, you might think about buying some shares of Google. In doing that though, what are you really investing in? What is Google as a whole? And what is the long-term outlook on Google? Then, if you decide to... read more
    Curated from Life and My Finances Oct 17, 2021
  • My Personal Blog Costs RM1,646.36 per Month. Breakdown Inside.
    One day I thought to myself, hmm let’s make a personal blog about my favourite topic, personal finance. It wasn’t easy, but it took off, and my life changed forever. Continue reading My Personal Blog Costs RM1,646.36 per Month. Breakdown Inside. at Ringgit Oh Ringgit.... read more
    Curated from Ringgit Oh Ringgit Oct 17, 2021
  • Trillions: How a Band of Renegades Invented the Index Fund Part Two
    Fifty years ago, the Manhattan Project of money management was quietly assembled in the financial industry's backwaters, unified by the heretical idea that even many of the world's finest investors couldn't beat the market in the long run.The motley crew of nerds, including economist wunderkind Gene Fama, humiliated industry executive... read more
    Curated from Jill on Money Oct 17, 2021
  • Teaching the Teacher
    I RECENTLY STARTED reading Think Again, the new book by Adam Grant. Subtitled The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know, Grant's book got me thinking about all the ways that, over the years, conversations with clients have led me to look at things through different lenses. Below are eight such topics:... read more
    Curated from Humble Dollar Oct 17, 2021
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Use Video Marketing to Drive Sales
    Welcome to this blog on 5 reasons why you should use video marketing to drive sales! If you have an ecommerce store or even work in an ecommerce store, you must know that the main intention is to drive the traffic to the store. You must help customers to buy... read more
    Curated from Teen Financial Freedom Oct 17, 2021
  • These Are the Goods
    Here's what I chewed on last week... The post These Are the Goods appeared first on The Irrelevant Investor.... read more
    Curated from The Irrelevant Investor Oct 16, 2021
  • Greatest Hits: Volume 21 (Just The Links)
    On getting a raise, ignoring the financial media, and looking for the best way to increase your net worth. Also, dealing with burnout, buying a second home, and living like you are already retired. Finally, is this the best exit option for investment bankers? [...] The post Greatest Hits: Volume... read more
    Curated from Banker on FIRE Oct 16, 2021
  • SEP21 Net Worth $988,020 (-$11,002)
    I publish these net worth updates to keep us accountable, have others critique our strategy and show that reaching financial independence in Australia is very doable without winning the lotto, having a high paying job or inheriting a wad of cash. The formula to be able to retire early is... read more
    Curated from Aussie FIREbug Oct 16, 2021