Your 3 Investment Stops To Start Investing

Don’t Let Negative Thinking Place You in Investment Stops, Start Investing Now Here are 3 investment stops to start investing money for retirement, savings, vacation or just a rainy day. It is essential that if you want to retire ever. I don’t have enough money to invest. I have to pay off my bills first. […]

How a Budget Can Create Financial Freedom in 5 Ways

Financial Freedom Know Where Your Finances Are First Since the most important aspect of financial freedom is no or low debt, I will start with debt. There are those who are in horrific debt and they don’t know it, as high debt is a major robber baron of financial freedom – it is important to […]

Owner-Occupied Real Estate Now and in The Future as A Personal Investment

Owner occupied real estate now and in the future Your owner-occupied real estate now and in the future, is one of the best long-term investments one can make. Time has shown that owner-occupied real estate can produce tremendous long-term returns. In a few areas of the country the tremendous returns have even been short-term. In […]

Stock Research Tips

Use this stock research information to start your stock research and investment in equities, including mutual funds. Equity Securities An investment in a stock issued by a company is an equity security. There are individual equities or stocks and you can purchase equities in mutual fund shares when the mutual fund is made up of […]

9 Ways Big Box Stores Like Costco Entice You to Buy More Than You Need

Big Box Stores Like Costco Start with The Costco Website First of all, big box stores like Costco entice you to sign into their website with your Costco card number, although they say that is not a requirement. Most of the prices on the website have discounts. So, that would place most of them on […]

Student Loans Can Be Scary, Do Your Homework

Student Loans Scary The Cost of a College Education Can Be Outrageously High if You Are Not Careful During the past 20 years the cost of a college education has skyrockted way past the rate of inflation. Educational cost are far above the reasonable loan repayment with an entry level job. The average entry level pay of […]

Your 7-Year-Old Child’s Budget

If a 7-year-old has a great child’s budget, will that make him a frugal adult? It may, and it may not. But, we do have lots of evidence to suggest that spoiled children often become over spending and greedy adults. What happens at 7 could easily happen at 70, since good and bad habits grow […]

Life Without Affordable Health Care

The Affordable Health Care Act Also known as “Obamacare”, has been in operation for about nine years now, as of 2019. Unfortunately, there are some politicians who have politicized it, and now patients are in jeopardy of losing their Affordable Health Care Coverage. Many did not know the health insurance they held, was given to […]

5 Retirement Tips for your Retirement Planning Young and Old

5 Retirement Tips That Make Retirement Planning a Serious Issue Retirement tips are for those who never think that retirement day will come, or don’t know the potential difficulties they face when they retire. It always seems so far away, but those who have retired tell me it came faster than they ever imagined. Here […]