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The Introduction to "Cash Flow Your Way to Wealth"

I’m excited to say that my second book, Cash Flow Your Way to Wealth, is fully written and going through the first edit.  It should be coming out in a couple of months.   1,388 more words

Investing

10 Practical Ways to get your Emergency Fund off the Ground

More than ever it is becoming increasingly important for every person to have an Emergency Fund. It is just what its title suggests – money set aside for the genuine emergencies that occur in everyday life (and no, a trip to Tahiti does not constitute an “emergency”!) While some suggest having 3-6 months worth of expenses set aside, others say 6 + months. 710 more words

Lifestyle

Top 10 Tenants for Creating a Culture of Smart Saving and Investing

Whether from a family-centric view or the entire society, smart savings and investing isn’t just a process. According to reports, the average American household has about $15,355 in credit card debt, much more if you factor in mortgages, personal loans, student loan debts, and vehicle loans. 524 more words

Personal Finance

Are You Smart Enough to Survive a World Ran by Money? If Not, This Book is For You

People say that the best things in life are for free—which is true—but in a world where the other good part is meant to be paid for to be procured, it takes money to get the other good half of what the saying neglected to imply. 951 more words

Emergency Fund

2017 July Passive Income Review

July was an average month for passive income. Compare to the first month of  last quarter, passive income went down by about $300. This drop was due to my company moving it’s dividend distribution from July to August 202 more words

Dividend

How to Handle the Expected Unexpected Like A Pro

Life does not happen on schedule or according to plan.  However, one thing we can be certain of in life is that things will happen.  And they will cost money. 879 more words

Budgeting

How to make budgeting less stressful and more fun

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Are you the type of person who sucks at budgeting? Well, most of us do. They say we are at the age where consumerism is a trend and the advent of technology (i.e., the internet) makes it easier for us to buy stuff even if we don’t really need it. 416 more words

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