Life Balance vs Financial Balance @ Retire Happy Blog
Disagreement over Investing in Bonds @ Michael James on Money
Compound Interest In Your 20s and YOLO-ing @ Young and Thrifty
Reasons for Caution in Comparing Real Estate Returns with Stocks @ Canadian Capitalist
Stop Buying New Appliances @ Sustainable Personal Finance
Term Insurance Over 50 @ Canadian Personal Finance Blog
Gold Plated Pensions: Have We Seen The Last Of Them? @ Boomer and Echo
Capital Cost Allowance: How to Calculate CCA Classes @ Canadian Finance Blog
Transferring Property Among Family Members – A Potential Income Tax Nightmare @ Blunt Bean Counter
10 Great Graduation Gifts for Under $20 @ Financial Highway
Which Part of the Money Wave do you Surf? @ Mr…
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Debt Scholar: Aideen
The Debt Stats:Total Debt Paid Off: $6,232.00
Debt Paid off During Movement: $5,500
Amount Left Till Debt Free: $1,900
The biggest change I’ve made that has directly impacted my personal debt movement and has positively impacted my life is that I quit drinking…
My youngest son has decided to add muscles to his frame and on top of the many trips to the gym he has added drinking supplements to his routine. Pre-workout, post workout and protein drinks all have names like power surge, energy rush and super pump and all seem very expensive.
Are supplements really necessary for building muscle or only for building the bank accounts of the companies that sell that them?Perhaps professional athletes like the pros on Dancing With The Stars need extra protein because they have to dance 8 hours a day but does the average gym rat need it? A good diet with all the food groups covered should do the same job at less cost but it is easier to throw protein powder and milk in a shaker than it is to scramble a few eggs and put a salad on a plate – less dishes too…
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Many people view hunting as an expensive hobby. However, if you avoid the nonsense of massive trucks and ATV’s, it can not only be a lot of fun, but also provide a solid return on investment in the form of high quality meat…
(Guest Post by Stacey Williams Dunse, as part of our Side Hustle Series)
My side hustle came about when my baby started school and left me with free time I didn’t want during the day. I was raised in a family where you work at least 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. every day during the week – no exceptions…
If you haven’t been to your local library lately, you’re missing out on boatloads of free fun. The library isn’t just for books anymore; they’ve progressed with the times and offer tons of activities that you probably pay for — all for free. With summertime approaching, why not save a few bucks by taking advantage of everything your library has to offer?
A Few Library Basics
Nearly anyone can get a library card…
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2. Overwhelmed by money stress
3. Money book for late teens
4. Toning down big dreams
5. Emergency fund and debt snowball
Staycations have become all the rage lately as more and more American families are trying to find ways to save money…