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This is a re-run from last year, but the extremely rare deal for a $100 Fire HD 10 is available once again (for Prime members). I love it even more than when I wrote this original review that I bought two more. Readers may (and should) be skeptical about my view in this article. Amazon has a commission program and content producers (i.e. me) make some extra cash by reviewing their products if people decide […]

Hello FOGA Readers! I did a Guest Post for Radical FIRE! Some of you may recognize her from her guest post that she did for me in June: Home Squeezed Home: Why I Love Living In 160 Square Feet. If you don’t know who she is, here is a quick The post Guest Post on Radical FIRE appeared first on From One Geek to Another.

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UPDATE 8/2019: Here at Work at Home Adventures, we introduce you to all kinds of work at home jobs, from phone jobs to non-phone jobs and everything in between. One of the jobs we mention a lot is an agent position with Televated. Televated has been one of the most popular companies to provide work […] The post Working at Home with Televated: Phone, Chat, and Email Support Positions appeared first on Make Money Online.

*This post contains affiliate links. For more details on how we use affiliate links, please see our Privacy/Policy page. Last week was all about playing the role of the sleep alarmist, and quite frankly, I only hit the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all the unpleasant effects even a moderate sleep deficit […]

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What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question.1. Frustrated about financial future2. Rolling over 401(k)3. Closing out old checking account4. Reusable food storage, not glass5. Family fight over estate planning6. Simple little pizza tip7. Disowned due to politics8. 529 plan for special needs?9. Cheap standing desk recommendations?10. Managed mutual funds11. Book suggestions […]

The last few months have been spent in book promotion mode and as a result, we’ve been blissfully unaware of what’s been going on in the news, especially in the stock market. But just because I wasn’t paying attention doesn’t mean nothing was happening, because apparently… Global markets took a left hook to the chin on Wednesday, with the TSX Index shedding nearly 2% over the inverted yield curve. ~Danger, How to Invest After Wednesday’s Yield […]

Do You Even Splurge?     “We all know that saving money is essential to improving our finances but no one saves everything!  Do you even splurge!?” -Peerless Money Mentor   Splurge When was the last time you read the word “splurge” while reading a personal finance blog?  It is rare because most blogs promote (rightfully so) increasing your savings rate.  I am willing to bet you one million dollars that most bloggers have savings […]

(no. 048) – Image Credit: Kenny Luo (balloons), Sharefaith (US flag) and James Giddins (UK flag)   I recently wrote a post about reaching financial independence by 40 with a starting salary of £40, whilst at the same time comparing the UK to the US. I concluded that it was possible using my optimistic assumptions and that FIRE in the UK is much easier compared to the US. Some people commented who were unconvinced about the […]

I’m doing something a little bit different today with this QuickBooks Online review. My content is normally focused on paying off debt and saving money, but today is for reaching out to my fellow online entrepreneurs. I see you out there… you freelancers, side hustlers, and online business owners. Running a business is hard, but[…] The post Quickbooks Online 2019 Review: The Best Online Accounting Solution for Entrepreneurs appeared first on Millennial Money Man.

We bought our home in the summer of 2011, but it was built in 1962, so energy efficiency was not something that was part of the design. As soon as we were able, we started looking toward ways to reduce our energy costs on our home. While this was initially driven by a desire to live in a more sustainable home, the changes we made save money in the long run as well. I’m a […]

I don’t stay subscribed to very many email newsletters (Morning Brew notwithstanding). I’ll sign up, read a few emails, then ditch most of them because they just don’t interest me. Most come across as salesy, and those that don’t are just flat uninteresting.  Then, is it any wonder why I’ve been subscribed to the Morning […] The post Why Morning Brew is the only newsletter I’ll never unsubscribe from appeared first on Think Save Retire.

Today’s Animal Spirits: Talk Your Book is presented by Titan: We discuss: Background on 13F filings How investors use 13 F filings How Titan is trying to bring hedge fund holdings to more investors Bringing active management to the robo space The importance of client communication and education How to reach younger investors through technology The state of active management today and much more Listen here: Book ment… The post Talk Your Book: Invest Like […]