Know Your Blogger Series
In my writing, I try to break concepts down as simply as possible. To provide some personal anecdotes that relate to the topic, but to show that I too may have struggled with something or tips that helped me. Certainly, it can be more challenging and even easier for others as we all have some advantages, privileges, and disadvantages. But my goal was to hopefully inspire others to learn and realize personal finance and investing is not as challenging as you may think it is.
Check out our Q&A with Invested Wallet here.
During these weekly features, we are hoping to provide a way for you to interact and learn more about different blogs in the personal finance space.
Below, you can read more about the story behind Invested Wallet, learn about the author, and learn personal finance tips from Invested Wallet to help you improve your financial situation.
A big thanks for Invested Wallet for this interview! Now, we will turn it over to the author for this interview.
Tell us about Invested Wallet
- To help beginners learn more about finances, investing, and making money
- To build a side business that I could make some extra income from
- To put my digital marketing and writing skills to the test
What makes you and your blog unique?
What does “being good with your personal finances” mean to you?
What are some habits you practice to keep your personal finances in order?
What are your three articles people should read to get to know you and your message better on your site?
For someone looking to improve their financial situation, what’s your best advice?
In your opinion, what should you do first? Pay down debt, or invest?
What are your favorite personal finance books?
- I Will Teach You To Be Rich
- The Millionaire Next Door
- Your Money Or Your Life
- The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing
In your opinion, what’s better? Focusing on increasing your income, or focusing on decreasing your expenses?
If you received a $5,000,000 windfall tomorrow, what would you do with the money?
- Give some to my parents so they could retire a bit earlier
- Invest in some real estate properties
- Add more to the stock market (IRA, Brokerage)
- Look into other alternative investments (Art, Gold, Wine, etc.)
- High yield savings account
- A small portion into a “fun” account, might buy a car or something I’ve always wanted. I’m not against treating yourself if you practice good financial things prior.
- Give some back to charities
What’s a non-money related interest you have and what do you love about it?
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Thank you for reading this interview, and thank you, Invested Wallet, for providing us with some great personal finance tips!