How Much Cash Should I Carry?

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                    This is a very common question that people come back to and reevaluate time and time again. And really I would say that less cash = less risk. We live… Continue Reading

7 Popular Myths That Can Put Your Retirement Life Into Danger

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  Today’s post is contributed by Amy Nickson, a passionate writer on finance. Amy is a professional blogger whom has started her own blog and also works as a contributor for the Oak View Law Group. Please share your opinions… Continue Reading

Get Quality But At A Bargain

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Less is more people. And less is a whole lot more if you buy it for less too 🙂 More in your pocket, that is. When I was younger, my shopping mentality was I need a pair of jeans. I’m… Continue Reading

Do It for the Future You – Retirement

For some strange reason, I think about retirement a lot. Am I the only one? It reminds me of George Costanza from Seinfeld, the episode of “The Old Man”:   Ben: I’m not afraid of dyin’. I never think about… Continue Reading

How Often Should I Review My Finances?

You should review them as much as you need. Let me guess, you’re thinking well, jeez thanks, that’s a helpful answer. But wait there’s more! In order to determine how often you should review your finances depends on how involved… Continue Reading

Why I Don’t Buy In Bulk

I consider myself a bit of a foodie. I don’t eat a lot, but I like to eat a variety of things and stay balanced. Don’t’ this confused with me being in shape, because trust me a do have a… Continue Reading