The Most Recent Content Published From Over 900 Personal Finance Blogs

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  • Recent buys into Value and Growth
    Contents from freedom 35 blog. (www.freedomthirtyfiveblog.com) New additions to my portfolio Every year during tax season I contribute new funds to my retirement account (RRSP.) One day I will become a retired man with a pension for telling bad jokes. 😀 I’ve added a few companies to my portfolio this... read more
    Curated from Freedom 35 Blog Feb 25, 2021
  • Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality by Anthony De Mello
    Highlights and Quotes from Awareness by Anthony De Mello I first read Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality by Anthony De Mello two years ago, after hearing it repeatedly brought up on The Tim Ferriss Show. I am not a Christian and not super religious, so I found that... read more
    Curated from Accidentally Retired Feb 25, 2021
  • How To Create a Successful Savings Plan In 3 Steps
    How do I create a successful savings plan- that I’ll actually use? Creating a successful savings plan can feel like a dance.  You put money into savings and take a step forward in your finances.  You get hit with a “surprise” expense, and you take a step back in your... read more
    Curated from Passion to Impact Feb 25, 2021
  • 21 budget meatless meals to save money
    The post 21 budget meatless meals to save money is copyrighted, wholly owned and appeared first on Tuppennys Fireplace. Last Updated on 25th February 2021 by Emma If you want meatless meals on a budget, look no further! I’ve got 21 delicious and varied dirt cheap vegetarian meals the ...... read more
    Curated from Tuppennys FIREplace Feb 25, 2021
  • How to Choose the Right Expert Witness
    When you are tasked with winning a case, every step you take can make or break your chances. One step, in particular, that could weigh heavily on your success is finding the right expert witnesses to help make your case. Choose wisely and you can walk away victorious. Choose poorly... read more
    Curated from ProFinance Blog Feb 25, 2021
  • July 2020 Update
    In the monthly series, I'd like to give an update on my personal experiences and achievements as well as my financial progress in the past month. This includes some statistics on portfolio growth and provides insight into the decisions behind my buy and sell orders.... read more
    Curated from just-dividends Dec 31, 1969
  • June 2020 Update
    In the monthly series, I'd like to give an update on my personal experiences and achievements as well as my financial progress in the past month. This includes some statistics on portfolio growth and provides insight into the decisions behind my buy and sell orders.... read more
    Curated from just-dividends Dec 31, 1969
  • Harness Money Tip #13
    Divorce your self worth from your net worth. Everyone is on their own life path. You may have a lot or just a little. The point is to be a good steward of what you do have. Make smart decisions consistently and focus on growth. How can you continue to... read more
    Curated from You Need to Be Rich! Feb 25, 2021
  • Lessons Learned From Watching Food Truck Videos
    Whenever I need a little motivation, I like to hop on YouTube and watch videos profiling food truck owners. A few years ago, CNBC profiled a dumpling food truck in New York. And the YouTube channel Munchies has a regular series where they profile food truck owners, ranging from complicated... read more
    Curated from Financial Panther Feb 25, 2021
  • Fundrise: Doubling My Monthly Investment | Real Estate Investing
    Investing into cash producing assets isn’t always easy.  Especially when the stock market is hitting all-time highs and the world is acting, occasionally, that COVID-19 is no longer.  Luckily, there is a great real estate platform in Fundrise, which we have been a part of for 2 years. Given that... read more
    Curated from Dividend Diplomats Feb 25, 2021
  • Is The Bayer Stock A Buy After The Dividend Cut?
    Now it has happened what I already announced in my last Bayer stock analysis: Bayer has cut its dividend, which is likely to hurt investors who have bought Bayer shares ... Read moreIs The Bayer Stock A Buy After The Dividend Cut? The post Is The Bayer Stock A Buy... read more
    Curated from The European View Feb 25, 2021
  • The Stock Market Is Smarter Than All of Us
    The stock market is heartless but it's also smart than most of us....... read more
    Curated from A Wealth of Common Sense Feb 25, 2021
  • 10 Ways For Young People to Make Money Online
    A lot of people say you can make money online. But, do you really believe them? Young people are incredibly versatile and have a lot of skills they can utilise to allow them to actually make money online. The post 10 Ways For Young People to Make Money Online appeared... read more
    Curated from The Twenty Percent Feb 25, 2021
  • 28 Best Birthday Freebies in Vancouver in 2021
    Getting birthday freebies in Vancouver has never been easier. Many major retailers and restaurant chains are happy to celebrate your special day with you, but it does take a bit of planning since you can only eat so much and some of the offers are only available for a limited... read more
    Curated from Money We Have Feb 25, 2021
  • The art of not giving a shit
    The art of not giving a shit is one I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. It’s on the surface a seemingly simple concept, and can be seen as a rallying cry for the apathetic. But, applied selectively, it can be a very powerful concept. This is where the art... read more
    Curated from FrugalWheels Feb 25, 2021
  • Steady Review: This Is The Best App To Find Local Or Part-Time Jobs, Case Closed
    To help make ends meet or reach big financial goals and milestones sooner, millions of Americans have taken on a second job or flexible freelance work. The gig economy and the number of hourly wage workers is ever-growing and people are flocking to apps like Steady to help them find... read more
    Curated from The Money Manual Feb 25, 2021
  • Financially Thriving Freelancers Have This One Thing In Common
    I’m not necessarily proud of it, but at least I make a ton of money.Continue reading on Making of a Millionaire »... read more
    Curated from Making of a Millionaire Feb 25, 2021
  • The Ultimate Canadian Student’s Guide to Personal Finance in 2021
    This is the Ultimate Canadian Student’s Guide to Personal Finance (in 2021)! I was trying to find some sort of guide like this, but it turns out there isn’t one! So I decided to take it upon myself to write it. In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to... read more
    Curated from Financial Pupil Feb 25, 2021
  • 42 Affordable, Healthy Meals Your Man Will Love
    Remember when you were in college? Ramen and mac-n-cheese were diet staples because you could hardly afford anything else. Well, you couldn't afford anything but beer. Those days bring back fond memories. We buckled down when we needed. We took full class loads, crammed at the end of the semester for... read more
    Curated from Debt Free Guys Feb 25, 2021
  • How to Make Money Advertising for Companies Online [in 2021]
    Here’s a fun fact for ya: In 2020, nearly 356 billion US dollars were spent on digital/online advertising.  Though many of us can’t even comprehend that amount of money, this is actually excellent news for you.  Why? Because you can get a piece of that pie. Yeah you, you regular... read more
    Curated from Thrifty Introvert Feb 25, 2021
  • I Am Financially Independent And I Quit My Job
    Reading Time: 4 minutes Interested in my e-book? Order it here. PS! Since you’re a reader of this blog I’ll give you 40% off the price if you use the discount code (limited offer): route2fi2020 Buy my product I did it! I am financially free and I’ve quit my 9-5... read more
    Curated from Route2FI Feb 25, 2021
  • Carry on
    I turn 44 years old today...... The post Carry on appeared first on The Reformed Broker.... read more
    Curated from The Reformed Broker Feb 25, 2021
  • Highlights from the 2021 budget speech
    As always, there was much hype and anticipation ahead of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s 2021 budget speech. The economic crisis, COVID, rampant corruption, and failing state owned enterprises. What would he do? Where will the money come from? More tax?… Read More Highlights from the 2021 budget speech The post... read more
    Curated from Take Charge of Your Money Feb 25, 2021
  • 10 Mobile Apps for managing money and improving Financial Literacy
    By Jasmine Melikyan Special to the Financial Independence Hub Nowadays managing financial incomes, investment accounts, and tracking your expenses are simplified due to mobile apps. They provide a more precise picture of earnings and spending so that one can forget about pen and paper to write down all the financial... read more
    Curated from Financial Independence Hub Feb 25, 2021
  • How to Redeem BeFrugal Referral Code 2021 Signup Bonus
    When you shop at your favorite stores, you want to do everything you can to save money. You can do just that by signing up for a site that offers cashback and free coupons for you to use. One site that offers just that is BeFrugal, and you can use... read more
    Curated from FangWallet Feb 25, 2021
  • Your Budget Is Failing You, Here’s How to Fix It
    How to avoid the “gift-giving” problemContinue reading on Making of a Millionaire »... read more
    Curated from Making of a Millionaire Feb 25, 2021
  • Google Opinion Rewards Review – Earn money answering Google Surveys
    Here is a review of Google opinion rewards along with my experience making money answering simple questions on Google survey in India. The post Google Opinion Rewards Review – Earn money answering Google Surveys appeared first on Little Saves🔥-Best ways to Earn and Save Money, Invest & FIRE.... read more
    Curated from Little Saves Feb 25, 2021
  • Always do your best
    Doing your best doesn’t mean always crushing it. “Your Best” can change from day to day… Some days you’re healthy and some days you’re sick. Sometimes you’re a beginner, other times you have experience. Regardless, always do the best you can. Try your hardest at life. – You’ll never regret... read more
    Curated from 5am Joel Feb 25, 2021
  • What Is Lean FIRE? The Frugal Way to Early Retirement
    With so many new approaches to early retirement and the FIRE movement, it might be hard to keep track of it all! But the good news is that you have more options to pursue the right path that fits your personal finance needs. Another popular retirement strategy is called Lean... read more
    Curated from Invested Wallet Feb 25, 2021
  • RRSP facts you must remember this year and beyond!
    Save, invest, prosper with My Own Advisor. RRSP facts you must remember this year and beyond! To help you make the most of your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) before the RRSP contribution deadline, I thought I would list some of my favourite RRSP facts for this tax year and... read more
    Curated from My Own Advisor Feb 25, 2021
  • Living Paycheck to Paycheck: How To Break The Cycle 2021
    Many people live without budgeting their income which leads to them getting into the habit of living paycheck to paycheck. Read our tips to stop the cycle. The post Living Paycheck to Paycheck: How To Break The Cycle 2021 appeared first on Halp I'm Poor!.... read more
    Curated from Halp I'm Poor Feb 25, 2021
  • Teaching Preschooler About Money: 5 Easy Lessons
    Parenting a threenager is difficult, and the last thing you probably have energy to think about is teaching your preschooler about money. As parents, we all want to teach our children about money and how to grow, spend, and use money wisely.  Here are a ... Read moreTeaching Preschooler About... read more
    Curated from Gen Y Money Feb 25, 2021
  • Ultimate Guide to Buying Your First Home
    When I was younger, I played a lot of board games with my friends, Monopoly included. Did you know that… The post Ultimate Guide to Buying Your First Home appeared first on Best Wallet Hacks.... read more
    Curated from Wallet Hacks Feb 25, 2021
  • Now that’s what I call Financial Independence! 24
    First they said it was just a one off “to flatten the curve”. Then they said that we should be patient. They said that we would get through it together… …but who knew it would go on this long? Yes, that’s right…The Escape Artist is back to review more classic songs... read more
    Curated from The Escape Artist Feb 25, 2021
  • Kitces & Carl Ep 54: Showing Financial Planning Value On An Ongoing Basis After The First 6 Months
    An often underappreciated aspect of the financial planning process (and the resulting Plan that financial planning software packages produce) is that it wasn’t originally developed as part of fostering an ongoing client/advisor relationship. Rather, it was a tool that advisors would use to identify “gaps” or “needs” in someone’s overall... read more
    Curated from Kitces: Nerd's Eye View Feb 25, 2021
  • The Simplicity of a 50/30/20 Budget Rule
    The post The Simplicity of a 50/30/20 Budget Rule appeared first on Dividend Power. Last Updated on February 25, 2021 by Dividend Power A budget can help ensure your spending doesn’t exceed your earnings and help you plan for The post The Simplicity of a 50/30/20 Budget Rule appeared first... read more
    Curated from Dividend Power Feb 25, 2021
  • Dividend Increase | Coca-Cola (KO)
    Getting a pay raise while sitting on the couch?  Sign me up!  Thanks Coca-Cola for the dividend increase!There's an old Chinese proverb that says "the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the next best time is now".  The reason for this is that it takes time... read more
    Curated from Passive Income Pursuit Feb 25, 2021
  • 6 Reasons to Pivot Your Business Toward Asia
    The Asian tech industry is booming. People in Asia now enjoy high-tech gadgets and innovation that they would have never had the chance to experience. In a very short term, the technology sector in Asia is under continuous expansion and will be so for a […] The post 6 Reasons... read more
    Curated from Frugal Asian Finance Feb 25, 2021
  • I just rotated my bicycle tires to make them last longer
    When I started commuting I put in 3800 miles on my bicycle. For those fitness nuts out there that is 171,000 kcal (figure 20mph corresponding to 900 kcal/hour) or the equivalent of 40 pounds of fat or about half a pound a week. How is that for weight loss? (*)... read more
    Curated from Early Retirement Extreme Feb 25, 2021
  • 7 Low-Cost Ways to Build Your Entrepreneurial Skills
    A lot of people that I know wanted to start a business. Some people think that once you have a business, tons of money will magically appear everywhere and we will all live happily ever after. I hate to break the news to you guys, but entrepreneurship is not a... read more
    Curated from Thrifty Hustler Feb 25, 2021
  • How to Get Free Books By Mail
    Reading is one of the most popular and most productive pastimes that we can engage in. It provides the opportunity for escapism while broadening our horizons, learning about new people and places, and developing our imaginations, vocabulary, and language skills. Whether you’re looking to help your child to become an... read more
    Curated from Vital Dollar Feb 25, 2021
  • This Dividend Stock Just Announced A Monster 23.1% Dividend Increase
    Three high-quality dividend growth stocks just announced dividend increases – one of them was a monster 23.1% increase! These increases are like “pay raises”. Except shareholders don’t have to do anything to get these raises. You only have to hold the stock. For more on these three dividend increases, check... read more
    Curated from Mr. Free at 33 Feb 25, 2021
  • Ask Firebug Fridays 26
    Nothing written below is financial advice. The below questions and answers are for general information only and should not be taken as constituting professional advice. You should always do your own research when making any financial decisions.  Question (05:39) Hi Mr Bug, I’ve been listening to your podcast for the... read more
    Curated from Aussie FIREbug Feb 25, 2021
  • Three reasons for active managers to feel positive
      By CRAIG LAZZARA   For at least five years, we’ve noticed that, despite historical performance, active managers regularly proclaim that this year will at last be the time when active management shows its value. I suspect that most advocates of indexing derive at least some guilty pleasure from observing this ritual. (I know... read more
    Curated from The Evidence-Based Investor Feb 25, 2021
  • February Mailbag: Retirement and Investing
    Download on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Why You’ve Got to Listen to This Episode… For this episode, we asked the mamas in our free Mamas Talk Money Community on Facebook to send us their questions. If one person in our community has a question, there are no doubt others... read more
    Curated from Smart Money Mamas Feb 25, 2021
  • What Is A Mindset Journal?
    In personal development, few things are as important as writing down your thought work. Why? For several reasons. Here are the biggest reasons why having a Mindset Journal is so important… You’ll understand what you’re thinking and feeling more clearly. This increases your awareness, which is necessary for living intentionally.... read more
    Curated from Natalie Bacon Feb 25, 2021
  • How To Complete An Easy Personal Finance Audit
    A personal finance audit can help us gain an understanding of our current money situation, as well as in the construction of long term goals. Read on to learn how you can conduct your first audit, even as a beginner.... read more
    Curated from Yo Quiero Dinero Feb 25, 2021
  • How Much Does it Cost to go to Disney World?
    Disney World is a dream destination for many families, but most people have no idea about how much does it cost to go to Disney World. As you’ve likely guessed, it’s not cheap which is why you want to prepare yourself. For the purpose of this article, I’m going to... read more
    Curated from Money We Have Feb 25, 2021
  • Happy Birthday Chief
    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know the CEO of my firm, Ritholtz Wealth Management, is Josh Brown – aka Downtown Josh Brown, The Reformed Broker. Today is his birthday. So in true introverted blogger fashion, I am inspired to write down a bunch of things I’ve thought... read more
    Curated from The Belle Curve Feb 25, 2021
  • Grand Rounds: Rich Doc? Poor Doc
                    Welcome to this session of grand rounds, a collection of posts I have discovered in the blogosphere and have found of interest and hope you do too. This offering of Grand Rounds looks at articles from around the web that deal with... read more
    Curated from XRAYVSN Feb 25, 2021