7 Myths About Work From Home Jobs & What It’s Really Like

I have been working from home or while traveling full-time since around 2013, and since then I have heard so many myths about work from home jobs. Some of the things that I’ve heard over the years include: “Working from home must be boring.” “You must have so much free time to get chores done!” […]

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What Is A Blog, How Do Blogs Make Money, & More

What is a blog and how does it work? Can you really make money blogging? How much do bloggers make? Over the years, I have received many questions about blogging. People want to know what is a blog, how they work, is it really a way for people to make money, and so on.  I […]

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7 Ways to Invest in Real Estate Without Buying Property

This page may include affiliate links. Please see the disclosure page for more information. How do many wealthy people get that way? They invest in real estate. It is a proven way to build wealth. 90% of millionaires became so through owning real estate. So said famous industrialist (and billionaire) Andrew Carnegie. Yet only 15% of Americans…

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How to Get Started With Micro-Investing

Up until this point, investing was often seen as something that only wealthy people did. And unfortunately, many people used this as an excuse to put off saving for retirement, telling themselves they would do…

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7 Best Short-Term Bonds Funds to Buy in 2020

For investors with short-term saving goals, short-term bonds can be appropriate investments for your money. They are stable and they certainly provide a higher return than a money market fund. However, even with the best short term bond funds, there’s also a risk of losing a percent or two in principal value if interest rates …

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4 Easy Ways To Get Started With Real Estate Investing

If you’ve never considered real estate investing because you don’t want to own rental properties or be a landlord, you may want to look at these options.

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Best Types of Low-Risk Investments

When you invest, there’s always going to be a risk. But these low-risk investments can be safer bets in a volatile market.When you invest, there’s always going to be a risk. But these low-risk investments can be safer bets in a volatile market.

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2021 Personal Finance Calendar: Keeping Your Finances On Track In The New Year

With key financial responsibilities like insurance, taxes, and retirement savings bouncing around your head, what should you focus on and when in 2021?With key financial responsibilities like insurance, taxes, and retirement savings bouncing around your head, what should you focus on and when in 2021?

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New Student Loan Models Attract Borrowers & Investors

It was bound to happen. So-called alternative financing sources for student loans have been popping up all over the place. Some take a peer-to-peer (P2P) approach, where individuals with a few bucks to spare and hopes of a better-than-market return lend to others who are looking for a good deal on a loan. P2P companies… Read More

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