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Who are the millionaires? The Investment Banking executive living in a high riser New York Apartment? The Movie Star flying around the world in her private jet? Or maybe the Tech CEO, who’s brokering the next Google deal on his yacht? What if I was to tell you. That they could be your next door neighbor? Would you be surprised? In this post, I’ll be reviewing my 5 key takeaways from this classic personal finance […]

How does the 7% rate of return on the stock market work? There are some great financial tools out there that can help you project the future value of your investments. However, they can be confusing to use unless you understand what rate of return you should actually be using.  You might know how much you can invest, what your investment time-frame is and what portfolio value you want to reach. But…  This can all […]

Flowers are attractive and beautiful to our eyes. Most importantly, they play a crucial role in plant health. They symbolize affection, love, purity, and warmth. Therefore, on special occasions like Father’s Day, Mother’s day, and Valentine’s Day, flowers are the perfect present to give to your parents, partners, and spouses. […] The post Does Walgreens Sell Flowers? appeared first on Common Cents Mom.

In today’s roundup, Ian gives gratitude for his guests, I reflect on the Great Resignation in healthcare, and Jordan gives … Read More The post PhREI Network Roundup | 11-26-21 appeared first on The Darwinian Doctor.

As parents, we know that financial literacy for kids is critical. But how do we get started? Which topics should we teach, and when? In this post, I’ll answer these questions by sharing ten ways to build good money habits in your kids. The tips and ideas below will cover a wide range of financial topics for just about every age and stage. I hope they’ll help you discover new ways to teach your kids […]

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I’ve been presented with a slight conundrum about fees on my share accounts. From which account am I best paying fees? KISS – Keep It Simple, Safely For a bit of background; the Gentleman’s Family Finances are a little complex – convoluted you could say – with many accounts, pensions, SIPPS, LISAs, ISAs, shares, VCTs, schemes, scams, side hustles and whatnot. I’ve tried to KISS – keep it simple, safely – but it’s not always […]

        What is passive income? Passive income is money that you earn WITHOUT exchanging your time to earn it. It is not tied to active work. Active income on the other hand is what you gain when you exchange your time for money in a job. It has been reported that the … Passive Income Ideas for busy people Read More » The post Passive Income Ideas for busy people appeared first […]

Thanksgiving is a beautiful holiday here in the US. It’s a day for family and friends to gather, all centered around one big meal. Traditionally, the meal consists of turkey and potatoes, stuffing and green beans, and dessert like pumpkin or apple pie. But everyone celebrates a little bit differently. It’s wonderful—my wife’s favorite meal of the year in fact. The Thanksgiving Day preparation is an entire routine and ritual that, at times, can look […]

Save, invest, prosper with My Own Advisor. Hey Everyone, Welcome to some new Weekend Reading: my habits of successful investors edition. You can check out some other recent Weekend Reading editions below: Most recently this supply chain issues edition and why we should all be concerned.  Is paying off your mortgage a mistake? I have long believed cash flow (not just cash)… Join the million dollar portfolio journey. The article Weekend Reading – Habits of […]

Financial freedom is not about having everything handed to you, but rather knowing when and how much risk to take in order for your money to grow. I’m highlighting 10 important things you need to do to be financially free at 40! Being financially free at 40 is a dream come true for many people […] The post How to Be Financially Free at 40: 10 Things You Need to Do appeared first on PeerFinance101.

Starting over at 60 with nothing may feel like it’s going to be a tough slog. Maybe you think your best years are behind you, but where there is a will, there is a way.

First of all, I hope our American friends had a great Thanksgiving. Given it’s Black Friday in the US and many Canadian stores have started this tradition, happy bargain hunting. But remember, the best savings … Read more