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Today’s post comes from fellow S&S reader, Kathy. If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a vacation home abroad, check out these tips! Should You Buy… The post Should You Buy a Holiday Home Abroad? appeared first on Savings and Sangria.

Just a reminder that Coach Carson’s real estate class remains open for just a few more days. You can sign up here. Here’s our latest interview with a retiree as we seek to learn from those who have actually taken the retirement plunge. If you’d like to be considered for an interview, drop me a note and we can chat about specifics. My questions are in bold italics and his responses follow in black. Let’s […]

(Image Source) Money is central to modern life. Time is money, and it would be hard for societies to function without it. Of course, though, the ability to effortlessly manage finances isn’t something which comes naturally to a lot of people, creating challenges for normal people who just want to live their lives. It can be easy to feel like you want to simply give up with your money. This wouldn’t be a good idea, […]

Today, I’m sharing my review of “Coach” Chad Carson’s first book on how to retire early with real estate as the primary investment vehicle. It is primarily a how-to book, but also serves as a bit of a memoir, as it echoes what he has done in his life. He started in real estate as a 22-year old who put off his med school dreams after injuries made an NFL career unlikely to pursue entrepreneurship […]

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Read the original post on! Five frugal things we’ve done 20/09/19 – lots of cashback deals on groceries and switching broadband providers, and finding bargain living room lighting. The post Five Frugal Things We’ve Done 20/09/19 appeared first on Homely Economics.

[This post ran as one of my regular columns for ACEPNow about the financial benefits enjoyed by Emergency Medicine physicians. I recognize that only a tiny fraction of my audience here is composed of emergency physicians and this type of post will likely make some of you mad. But you’re all smart people and I bet you can apply what you read here to your specialty and see what advantages it might have, whether that […]

No matter how savvy you are with your finances, sometimes it makes sense to consult a professional for help. Most small business owners I know pay for an accountant to help at tax time. Generally, working with an insurance broker can help you save money on your homeowners and car insurance. At a certain point, you may want to pay an attorney to help you with estate planning or getting a will in place. Sure, […]

In 2019, we’re more dependent on international money transfer than ever before. More of us work for companies that pay us from overseas. We buy goods from marketplaces halfway around the world. Our children travel and work abroad, and we buy more international real estate than we’ve ever had before. … The post 5 ways to save money on foreign exchange appeared first on Savings 4 Savvy Mums.

It looks like I will be coming very close to my $1M goal this year. Current breakdown*: Cash: $2,915Debts: $0Down Payment: $100,000529: $27,354Taxable Invest: $435,521IRA (Roth): $60,930IRA (Trad/401k): $254,101Company Stock (after tax est): $40,500(*does not include husband’s savings of $55k) Expected Oct-Dec Income: $67,296Expected Oct-Dec Expenses: $24,000TOTAL EXPECTED SAVINGS: $43,296TOTAL EXPECTED NETWORTH EOY: $964,617TOTAL EOY GOAL: $1,000,000DIFFERENCE: $35,383 So that $1M goal looks unlikely… but it could happen! I should get close.

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A discussion of what to do with a windfall, a review of turnkey real estate investing, and a meditation for stock market investors when the market is falling. Fincon In Main Stream News In last week’s episode, Brad and Jonathan discussed their experience at Fincon. This week, Brad found two articles about Fincon in the mainstream news. One journalist felt that Fincon needed to be more political. J.D. Roth wrote … Read more The post […]

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