A mortgage is a loan you take out to purchase a home. This home could be your permanent residence, a vacation home, or even a multi-family property. Depending on scenario and person, this loan could be a liability or it could be an asset. That said, there are some key components to look for to decide whether or not a mortgage is a liability or an asset. … [Read more...] about Is Mortgage a Liability or an Asset?
Websites you say? That is correct. A website can be a great investment especially for those looking to build up a monthly cash flow to live off of. Websites can also be as hands-on or hands-off as you, the investor would like. Whether it is a food blog or the next New York Times, I urge you to consider this type of investment. That is why in this article we will be looking at … [Read more...] about How To Make & Maintain Profitable Websites
With 2020 throwing so much uncertainty upon us, it is becoming more evident that everyone's portfolio needs to be thoroughly vetted to ensure you're not just playing a good offense, but also a good defense. The longest bull run of the stock market showed us that there are incredible possibilities when it comes to making money in the market, however, the beginning of this year … [Read more...] about How to Create a Defensive Investment Portfolio
What do Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, and Jack Bogle have in common? More than just being some of the world's most renowned investors, they have some key personality traits in common that can be partially credited for the reason why they are such successful investors. In this article, we will be looking at the traits that make for a great investor and how you can adapt to … [Read more...] about What Are the Traits That Make for a Great Investor?
I am sure in the past couple weeks you have read some sort of headline revolving around "Kylie Jenner Not Actually Being A Billionaire" or maybe in the past you've heard that Donald Trump and Wilbur Ross have inflated their net worth among many others. While some may be upset that these people aren't being transparent (even though it is unheard of to ask the "normal" person for … [Read more...] about This Is Why A Lot Of Rich People Exaggerate Their Net Worth
Credit card fraud is real. It is unfortunately something that is becoming more and more common. Hence why I am writing this article. We want to help show you some of the most common and also the worst ways you could be exposing yourself to credit card fraud. With that, let's dive in! … [Read more...] about Worst Ways To Expose Yourself To Credit Card Fraud
Are you an avid follower of this blog or perhaps you stumbled upon it, you understand what the term DINKs means (dual income, no kids) but have you really ever thought of the benefits of it or if you could pounce on this opportunity? In this article, we are going to look at DINKs further and the potential it holds. … [Read more...] about What is DINKS and Is It For You?
So what is this mysterious FIRE movement everyone is talking about and will it be affected by the current global pandemic? These questions and more will be answered through this article below but I warn you, after you read about FIRE you will definitely be feeling some type of way... … [Read more...] about What Is The FIRE Movement & Will It Survive The Pandemic?
ATTENTION ALL STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS: Do you know what is actually going on with your student loan debt right now? Sure, maybe your payments were paused as part of the CAREs Act that the U.S. Government signed into law at the end of March but are you really paying attention to what's happening to your debt or what could happen? In this article, we will look at the top 5 things … [Read more...] about Attention All Student Loan Borrowers: 5 Things You Need To Know About Your Debt
Market crashes are somewhat inevitable. Hopefully, you knew this before you put any money in the market but if you didn't - no fear, we will be going over exactly what you need to do in a market crash with your retirement savings. So buckle up and make sure to take some notes! … [Read more...] about What To Do In A Market Crash For Retirement Savings