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Hey everyone, welcome to another installment of SAHD recipes. Today, we’ll make Thai Cashew Nut Chicken. My parents used to have a tiny Thai restaurant and this was one of the most popular dishes we served. Whenever someone asked what we’d recommend, this would be it. It’s salty, sweet, and just a little spicy. It’s the perfect introduction to Thai food. (Back in the 80s, not too many people knew about Thai food.) My SAHD […]

I am an admitted social media idiot. I hate using these things for personal life, but have gotten into them for the blog. The one I enjoy the most is Instagram @saverspender because I’m visual. Twitter is nice but overwhelming. I like videos and pictures. When I first started I knew nothing about it. I’m still learning and they keep bloody updating everything / changing things, but here is what I’ve learned so far, and […]

Following the proposed merger between Frasers Logistics and Industrial Trust and Frasers Commercial Trust, another REIT announced their merger. On 22nd January 2020, CapitaLand Mall Trust and CapitaLand Commercial Trust announced their proposed merger. CapitaMall Trust currently has 15 properties in its portfolio while Capita Commercial Trust has 10 properties. With the proposed merger, the […]

Investors invest in REITs for various reasons, including but not limited to portfolio diversification, guaranteed dividend income, long-term capital appreciation, among others. If you are not familiar with REITs, our article on real estate investment trusts should bring you up to speed. Those who do not want to buy physical real esta…

Looking for an honest review on how to get federal rent checks? In doing my research I found out that this is also known as the federal millionaire. Maybe you want to know what all the hype is about when it comes to these federal rent checks, no worries you’re not alone. Many people have […] The post Federal Rent Checks – Scam or Legit? appeared first on ProfitLikeCrazy – Money. Income. Wealth.

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Moving to a new city isn’t always easy, we have to meet new people, learn new roads and places and just adjust to a whole new environment. However, moving to a new place also helps you grow. It can be scary, but moving to a new place allows you to get out of your comfort […]

In last week’s article, I showed readers 2 different approaches to plan for how much do you need if you wish to retire at 55 years old so that you will have an income stream till 90 years old. We acknowledge that at some point, our CPF Life annuity income will be available for us to spend and thus will have to be factored into our planning. The 2 approaches were: Plan to have an […]

The takeaway:  large-cap, mid-cap, and small-cap stock funds in your nest-egg are ways to stem market losses and enhance market gains.  Just make sure that your personality matches the personality of these large-, mid-, and small-cap stocks before you buy.  $$$ Last month’s post was an affair by the numbers. We looked at 40 years worth of data and showed how we could improve our investment returns in an up-market and reduce our losses in […]

Well friends, we did it!  We smashed debt throughout 2019.  We’ve all had ups and downs, wins and fails.  In 2019, some of you made the decision to start tackling the debt that has been looming over you for years.  Some of you celebrated debt freedom during the year!  And lots of us are somewhere in the middle of the debt freedom journey. Today I’m going to share the numbers from December’s updates as well […]

When you’re trying to pay down debt and build savings at the same time, you might wonder if one should take priority over the other. We ask a CFP if it is better for your financial future to pay down debt or save first. The post Pay Off Debts or Save First? appeared first on The Dollar Stretcher.

How to Stop Being Broke Are you struggling to pay the bills or can’t afford the things you want? Being broke is not fun, and it comes with a lot of stress. There’s no sugar-coating it. So what can you do to stop being broke? In this post, we’ll outline a few steps you can take to make more money and find a path to financial freedom. Take Responsibility for Being Broke Being broke is […]

I racked up a miserable amount of credit card debt in college. Don’t get me wrong – I’m thankful I had access to credit cards so I never had to say no to fun or friends during college due to my financial situation. And, I have many great irreplaceable memories show for it. But, when I saw how much of my paycheck after college was going into the black hole of interest payments, I realized […]

It’s been about six months since I started working part-time, and because I’ve found myself reflecting on the experience over the last couple of weeks, I figured I’d share those thoughts here on the blog. (To recap, after a series of terrible jobs, I quit full-time work last April, then spent a few months recuperating before accepting my current gig at the end of July.) My Current Part-Time Job I’ve worked in higher education – online higher education, specifically […]