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“Frugal” and “humble” aren’t words you’ll typically find in a sentence alongside “Kim Kardashian” or “Leonardo DiCaprio.” However, celebrity status doesn’t necessarily preclude you from … Read More

Much press is given to 401(k)s, but other options exist for employer-sponsored defined contribution plans. A 401(a) goal is similar … Read more

A reader says, “My income is quite low. Is there any hope for me? How do I go about creating a retirement corpus?” The rules of personal finance are the same regardless of income and net worth. Those earning less feel like they will never have the experiences or wealth of those who earn more…. The post How can I plan for retirement if my salary is low? appeared first on freefincal.

Print on demand is one of the easiest ways to create products to sell online, with no upfront costs.  And TeePublic is a popular print on demand company that offers artists a marketplace to sell their creations. But is TeePublic legit? How does it work, and what types of products can you buy and sell? In this TeePublic review, I’ll share everything you need to know about the platform, including their policies and ways to […]

Traveling the world doesn’t have to mean emptying your savings account. Curious about how to explore on a budget while not skimping on essentials? I’ve been there! That’s why I’ve put together this list of 7 travel essentials that I’ve personally bought and loved, all without breaking the bank. These items have seriously upped my travel game, and I bet they’ll do the same for you. 1. Travel Backpack I bought this travel backpack (size […]

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Figuring out whether it’s the right time to buy a home is never easy. There are many factors in play, including inventory levels, mortgage rates, and more. While some of the points you’d want to consider are playing in buyers’ favor, others are working against you. As a result, buying a home now may only make sense if you can pay cash. Here’s why. Housing Inventory Shifts Overall, housing inventory in many parts of the […]

Welcome to another episode of The Investing For Beginners Podcast! In today’s episode, we dive into the fascinating world of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and explore the intricacies of buying and selling businesses. We discuss the impact of the pandemic on the economy, the importance of timing in the market, and the role of microeconomic factors in M&A deals. Bill Snow shares valuable insights on the chemistry between buyers and sellers, the art of negotiation, […]

Food delivery services are great for busy schedules but bad for your budget. See how knowing how to put together quick recipes can save you money without taking up your time. The post Frugal, Quick Dinner Ideas for Avoiding Delivery appeared first on The Dollar Stretcher.

A huge thanks to the Daily Grand Planner for making the best business planner I’ve ever found and for sponsoring Busy Budgeter and providing the planner and accessories. All opinions are 100% mine.  This is a review of the Daily Grind Planner from someone who is obsessed with ROI (Return on Investment), A/B testing, andContinue Reading The post Daily Grind Planner Review – The Best Business Planner I’ve Found! appeared first on The Busy Budgeter.

Sammie Ellard-King I’m Sammie, a money expert and business owner passionate about helping you take control of your wallet. My mission with Up the Gains is to create a safe space to help improve your finances, cut your costs and make you feel good while doing it. /*! elementor – v3.16.0 – 20-09-2023 */ .elementor-widget-divider{–divider-border-style:none;–divider-border-width:1px;–divider-color:#0c0d0e;–divider-icon-size:20px;–divider-element-spacing:10px;–divider-pattern-height:24px;–divider-pattern-size:20px;–divider-pattern-url:none;–divider-pattern-repeat:repeat-x}.elementor-widget-divider .elementor-divider{display:flex}.elementor-widget-divider .elementor-divider__text{font-size:15px;line-height:1;max-width:95%}.elementor-widget-divider .elementor-divider__element{margin:0 var(–divider-element-spacing);flex-shrink:0}.elementor-widget-divider .elementor-icon{font-size:var(–divider-icon-size)}.elementor-widget-divider .elementor-divider-separator{display:flex;margin:0;direction:ltr}.elementor-widget-divider–view-line_icon .elementor-divider-separator,.elementor-widget-divider–view-line_text .elementor-divider-separator{align-items:center}.elementor-widget-divider–view-line_icon .elementor-divider-separator:after,.elementor-widget-divider–view-line_icon .elementor-divider-separator:before,.elementor-widget-divider–view-line_text .elementor-divider-separator:after,.elementor-widget-divider–view-line_text .elementor-divider-separator:before{display:block;content:””;border-bottom:0;flex-grow:1;border-top:var(–divider-border-width) var(–divider-border-style) var(–divider-color)}.elementor-widget-divider–element-align-left .elementor-divider .elementor-divider-separator>.elementor-divider__svg:first-of-type{flex-grow:0;flex-shrink:100}.elementor-widget-divider–element-align-left .elementor-divider-separator:before{content:none}.elementor-widget-divider–element-align-left .elementor-divider__element{margin-left:0}.elementor-widget-divider–element-align-right .elementor-divider .elementor-divider-separator>.elementor-divider__svg:last-of-type{flex-grow:0;flex-shrink:100}.elementor-widget-divider–element-align-right […]

There was a time when your retirement was largely paid for by your employer. If you met the age and years of service requirements, you knew exactly what your retirement income from your employer would be for the remainder of your life. For most non-unionized private sector workers, those days are gone. Today the responsibility of preparing for your retirement life stage falls squarely on your shoulders. This is a relatively new situation.  In the […]