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Are you a recent high school or college graduate? Consider these financial tips for young adults to help you manage your money.

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 […]

2020 has been the year that I truly realized just how profitable of a side hustle selling wood crafts can be. My woodworking based Etsy shop has really taken off and now headed into the holiday season is showing no signs of slowing down. The best part is I only work a few evenings a week after the kids go to bed. I have optimized the shop to sell items that can be made quickly […]

In most years, November and December are really busy as we prepare for holiday travel, end of year parties and family celebrations.  This year may feel disorienting since the holidays may actually be a time where we slow down.  However, perhaps the COVID silver lining is 2020 and 2021 may be the years we actually make time for the financial to-dos and end of year accounting we always intend to do. Here are 5 things […]

If you are looking for a cool drone for your little boy or girl, ages 4 through 9, then I have just the thing for you!  A lot of people ask me to recommend toys to buy for their grandson or nephew – it can be hard to know what to get when you don’tKeep Reading The Best Drone for Little Kids was originally published on WhatMommyDoes.com

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I do it all the time—scrolling my news-feeds or jogging past a gorgeous home, I think: “what a life these people must have!” In a heartbeat, my mind goes down a rabbit hole of assumptions. They have something I don’t. Maybe it’s a possession. Maybe it’s a social life or career. Whatever it is, they have the ‘it’ factor I aspire to. Where do I get my evidence for these assumptions? It’s surface level stuff: […]

With the holidays upon us and the year 2020 coming to an end, you might be thinking about new year’s resolutions right now. Some people love them, some people don’t. Personally, I fall somewhere in between. After the unexpected challenges we’ve faced this year, I think we are all looking ahead. Hopefully we’ve also become better at expressing gratitude, and have a better idea of what really matters to us now, too. I don’t usually […]

I see this possibly becoming a little bit of a tradition here at MoneyNing.com. This isn’t the first year I wrote this piece, but many of us sure need some good news this year so we are re-running the giveaway. What are you thankful for? Dear readers, I don’t like to stick my nose in other people’s business, so I’ve gone back and forth on whether I should even write this to you. But I […]

The post Rakuten Review: Earn Cash Back for Shopping Online appeared first on Club Thrifty. Rakuten helps you save money while shopping online. In this Rakuten review, you’ll learn how to find coupons, earn cash back, and more when you shop through Rakuten. It’s no secret that I hate shopping. I’d rather shove hot pokers under my fingernails than head to Macy’s for this weekend’s blowout sale. For me, online shopping is the way to go. No […]

Investing in real estate is expensive, but not with REITs. Learn how to invest in REITs with this comprehensive guide.Investing in real estate is expensive, but not with REITs. Learn how to invest in REITs with this comprehensive guide. The post Investing In REITs: Everything You Need To Know appeared first on Money Under 30.

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 group of incredible guests we’ve welcomed for this season of Everyday Courage has revealed how much can change in ten years! The decade between then and now has given many the gift of financial independence (FI).  Jillian and Adam took thirteen years to get to FI. Living in Washington D.C., Adam was enlisted in the Army and Jillian was working low salaried jobs in an expensive city. With $55,000 of debt and no windfall […]

One of the best things about shopping online is the potential for big savings. Countless websites, apps, and virtual tools offer compelling discounts, deals, coupons, and other types of help for budget-conscious digital shoppers. Check out the top ones here. 21 Best Deal Websites & Online Shopping Platforms for Deep Discounts is a post from Money Crashers.