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Today’s post is a short one. I want to just talk a little bit about the frugal rules I am breaking lately and why I’m breaking it. I think it’s important to take most of what I’m talking about with a grain of salt anyway. They always should be treated as rules of thumb moreso than rules. That includes the 4% rule, such as in my post about how to gather fuck you money. Anyone […]

Not all property types are created equal in the great 2021 real estate reset Hey Bow Tie Nation, Joseph Hogue here with the Let’s Talk Money channel and an update to one of my favorite investments, real estate and REIT stocks. Nation, nobody could have seen 2020 coming but the mark of a great investor […] The post The Great 2021 Real Estate Reset and the Only Properties I’m Buying appeared first on PeerFinance101.

The other day, my sister asked me if I spend extravagantly on any specific category. Some people like to spend on shoes. Many others spend loads on restaurants. There’s a millennial hippie trend to spend money on hundreds of houseplants, for some reason. Am I overly-spendy in any category? (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Where Do I Overspend? I tried to think about this question for a while, because I definitely USED to spend heavy […]

I know I don’t have to remind you that Christmas is right around the corner, but I know that this is usually the time of year were we start falling into that “no-man’s land time vortex”. Where we start to no longer pay attention to things – like you stop paying attention to where your money is going and how you’re spending it. So I wanted to give a few helpful tips for sticking to […]

Have you thought about the difference between whole life insurance and term insurance? Do you feel like your insuracne agent just might not have your best interested at heart (hint: he probably doesn’t)? Well then this is the right episode for you. Keep on reading while we discuss why whole life insurance is right for you! What You’ll Learn: In this episode of Money Meets Medicine, ”Why You Should Buy Whole Life Insurance, ” you’re […]

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Should You Use your Non-Governmental 457(b) Plan? This is the ultimate guide to non-governmental 457(b) Plans. If you are a highly compensated employee of a non-profit institution, and you want to know if you should use your 457 plan, chances are you are in the right spot. Many physicians and […] The post Ultimate Guide to Non-Governmental 457(b) Plans appeared first on Financial Advisor | FiPhysician.com | Billings, MT.

Buying a car is a dream for most of us, and these days it is a reality. Hence the dream has become a desire, and slowly now the desire is becoming a necessity. Behind buying a home, a car would be the second biggest big-ticket purchase in our lives. Hence we need to give it… The post Buying a car? Here is how you can optimize the purchase! appeared first on freefincal.

Best China ETFs based on Performance, Morningstar Rating and Expense Ratios Investors looking to diversify their portfolios geographically can look to partake in China, the second-largest economy in the world through the purchase of China exchange-traded-funds (ETFs). Which are the best China ETFs to buy to ride the growth in a nation that is likely […]

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So many things go into deciding which investments to make, and when you are deciding on whether it is worth buying US Stocks in Canada there are several things that you should be aware of. Buying US Stocks as a Canadian is a great way to diversify your portfolio and can add a significant source … Is It Worth Buying US Stocks In Canada? Read More » The post Is It Worth Buying US Stocks […]

President-elect Joe Biden promises to tackle higher education costs, by, among other proposals, making college free. But I see some problems with free college. This is not a tit-for-tat fairness argument. I’m not saying I suffered paying for higher education, so you have to suffer too. No, I’m saying that his plan gets a lot … Continue reading “Ten Problems with Biden’s Free College Plan” The post Ten Problems with Biden’s Free College Plan appeared first on A Lawyer and Her Money.

3 STocks to Buy this week The stock market continues to soar. We continue to receive positive news and updates about the development, and approval, of a COVID-19 vaccine. The prospect of vaccines has resulted in many green days in the market! Still, even without the recent vaccine news, the stock market has been trending upwards over the last several months. In fact, the stock market reached an all time high once again in November. […]

Since I started teaching others about debt-free and frugal living, I get a lot of inquires asking for free coupons. I do not provide free coupons myself, but I decided to write up a blog post to explain the many ways you can get free coupons by mail. Once you know where to look, when, and how to request them, it’s really pretty easy. Plus there are great resources for printable coupons as well!   […]