It is important to have an emergency fund. But, what comes next? In this survival preparedness series, we'll cover items such as food, water, fire, protection, first aid, etc. to help ensure you and your family can survive for weeks or months in the event of a prolonged disaster.
The best time to start saving for your retirement is today. Do not wait and do not listen to bad advice that may say you can afford to wait. That is just bad advice.
What is needed to fly your drone for commercial, money paying engagements? You will need to become a certified FAA 107 sUAS Commercial Pilot. This post provides an overview on how to make this a reality for you.
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What is going on with GameStop (GME) and should you get in? If you don't know what is happening, here is a quick summary.
Are you struggling to find meaning after retirement or leading into retirement? Are you concerned and unsure what you will do? Finding your purpose on your Financial Independence or FIRE journey is critical. And equally important is to ensure your spouse is aligned. Do you have FIRE fever but your spouse isn't on-board? Here are my thoughts.
Stephen Legler's friend and pastor shares with the community how he discusses and teaches his children about saving and spending through the use of the envelope system.
Why does it matter to invest as much money as you can, the earliest that you can even if you stop later in life? Because of the Time Value of Money. I showed this example to my kiddos several years ago and it was a lesson I learned some 20+ years in the distant past.... Continue Reading →
It is generally said that you should never talk about religion, money, or politics. Although I completely disagree as these are three of my most favorite topics to discuss regardless of your position, I do find that money seems to be the one least talked about amongst friends. I don't think money should be discussed... Continue Reading →
As I'm in the process of moving my content over to a single website, I had to stop and share this. I get questions all of the time on what stocks are hot, how should someone invest their money, or how to setup their portfolio for retirement success. My usual response is that over the... Continue Reading →
63% of Americans don't have enough in their savings to afford a $500 or $1,000 emergency. This article highlights how to create an emergency fund using a modern day version of pocket change (known as round-ups). Introducing Round-Ups Dust off your old piggy bank and let’s start counting those pennies. Then, I want you to... Continue Reading →