Renting out your home for a couple of weeks a year is an easy side hustle and you can do it without paying any taxes. The post Rent Out Your Home Tax-Free appeared first on Cash Confident.
Last week brought us #GivingTuesday. A few years ago, I suppose in an effort to jump on the bandwagon of wallet-emptying that is Thanksgiving-Black Friday-Small Business Saturday-Cyber Monday-Whathaveyou, charitable organizations decided that the Tuesday after Thanksgiving would be a great day to solicit most of their donations for the year. Did I give? Yes. I contributed to a friend’s Facebook campaign for his nonprofit and also threw some money at ESI Money’s matching contributions campaign. […]
It’s been a while since I’ve updated you on our Mortgage Pay-off progress. I was recently taking a good hard look at the numbers to see how we want to progress while still finding room in our budget to explore the world through travel or enjoy other experiences we’ve put on hold for quite some time in order to get ourselves out of debt for over a decade. It’s hard to believe in 2009, we […]
Hey friends! It’s an exciting time of year with Christmas right around the corner but also because this blog is turning 5 years old. It’s kind of crazy that 5 years ago at this time I was playing around with the idea of starting a blog, getting my hosting set up, and drafting blog posts. It’s exciting to see where this journey has taken me and how it’s uncovered my passion for personal finance and […]
I have guest post today, its Nate Matherson from LendEDU. He will discuss about the benefits graduating from college debt free and how much you save from the compounded costs of student loans. It shows that graduating with no student loans gives you freedom on not having the burden on having some sort of repayment […] The post The Compounded Cost of Student Debt appeared first on Chronicles Of A Father With Cents.