Money Personality_ What's The Downside Of Yours SMM

Money Personality: What’s The Downside Of Yours?

Reading Time: 5 minutes  Today I’m honored to present a guest post from Michelle Laurey, a writer of various subjects including personal finance. Her bio is at the end. I hope you enjoy the post!     Many people struggle with managing money. You may have read a…

Finances And Weather simple money man

Finances And Weather

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Back in late February, we had a few days of awesome weather in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area. I mean it was close to 80 degrees and yes this was in February.   Ofcourse it’s rare for such awesome weather during winter and…

Make Saving Easy and Spending Hard simple money man

Make Saving Easy And Spending Hard

Reading Time: 6 minutes  This post is also featured on Gen Y Finance Guy.   A part of me has this weird conspiracy theory that we spend so much because we are subliminally trained to do so. This is evident with incentives like rebates, points, rewards, free “trials”,…

Claim What’s Yours! simple money man

Claim What’s Yours!

Reading Time: 5 minutesToo often we have to go through someone else’s policies and procedures and forms and instructions to explain a mistake that someone else has made. And if we don’t follow a specific and convoluted process for the refund of our own money, we can never…

Maintain Your Financial & Physical Health simple money man

Maintain Your Financial & Physical Health

Reading Time: 4 minutesThis post is also featured on Adventure Rich!   We’re living longer than ever before. The average life expectancy is over 80 years for females and close to 80 for males.   We’re finding that more and more people are living well past 100.  All…

Save Over $5,000 Per Year Easily simple money man

Save Over $5,000 Per Year Easily

Reading Time: 4 minutes  We’ve all heard it: there are little things you can do to easily save money. I’m here to say that it’s true and it works. And if you do these easy little things on a consistent basis; thus establishing them as good habits, then…