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5 Income Streams are a Necessity for Early Retirement

Have you heard of the acronym FIRE? It stands for Financial Independence and Retire Early. It refers to a growing movement of people that are hanging up their suits and ties for pajama's and a home office. Early retirement has a negative connotation … Continue reading...

Avoiding Some Could Add Up to Huge Savings

We are always looking to save money, trying to cut corners wherever we can, but it is difficult with our hectic lives, barely making ends meet as it is, let alone free up an extra money.  You may be overlooking some of the common occurrences in our … Continue reading...

Finally Frugal: Budget Creation Tips for People Who Hate Managing Their Money

Not all of us are natural savers or number crunchers. Whether you’re the type who likes to do their best to avoid reality or the type that thinks of your credit line as a way to buy some of the finer things in life, maintaining a budget is an … Continue reading...

Attitude Adjustment: Change How You Think About Money and Change Your Life

Financial decision making is hard, whether it’s making difficult budgeting or investment decisions or getting out of debt. The way you think about money can radically change your financial habits. Here are some nuggets of financial wisdom to help you … Continue reading...

April 2017 – Net Income Report

I think over the past couple years I have all but exhausted the same monthly income reporting format. You most likely are aware of how I make my money, and what the different buckets of revenue and expense mean now. If not, then feel free to read … Continue reading...