Here is a jar of quarters.

Why am I posting it here?  Because it’s awesome.

America worships celebrity. As a society, we tend to view celebrities as having better judgment, as being more ethical, more attractive and more worthy of attention that average people.

In my searches for financial information on the internet, I’ve come across some interesting links on the relating to celebrities and their financial lives. It seems that if you take a closer look at the finances of many celebrities, some have done incredibly well, others have failed and filed bankruptcy.

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This Simple Investment Portfolio Will Save You Time & Make You Tons Of Money

Save money, invest said money and repeat. This portfolio strategy is basically that simple and it helps you earn more money and keep that money in your hands. Who wouldn’t want to try out a simple strategy that helps them make more money?

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How To Get Paid To Live In Your House_ House-hacking Your Way To Freedom

For the past 1.5 years, I have been running multiple businesses all while working a full-time job AND living for free. I bet in the last sentence, the most interesting part is the no rent portion. Well, let me dive into this amazing best-kept secret from the real estate investors out there. The strategy is called house-hacking and it can seriously accelerate your path to financial freedom.

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Here is a personal update.

Its early February.  I’ve been tracking my spending for the past 6 weeks and its starting to pay off.

I started after reading Darren Hardy’s The Compound Effect.  If you aren’t familiar with Hardy’s work, he is a huge proponent of the additive power of small changes.  His main idea is that small incremental changes can add up to significant long term effects in behavior you want to alter.  Hardy says its basically like an airplane flight.

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7 Basically Free Valentine's Day Gifts For The One You Love

Valentine’s Day is a time for those in relationships to celebrate their loved one and those not in relationships to also celebrate not having to spend all the extra dough on this commercialized holiday. However, for those of us who are in relationships, there are ways we can still make Valentine’s Day special for our significant other without breaking the bank. In this article, we will review some ways to make Valentine’s Day more affordable.

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These Are The Best FREE Personal Finance Tools To Try In 2020

Was one of your goals for 2020 to get your finances in order? One of the most common New Year’s resolutions we hear about is people challenging themselves to save more money and/or spend less money. Well, the easiest way to keep on track is to have a tool that does all the heavy lifting for you! In this article, we will review the top free money management tools for you to try in 2020.

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Do You Really Know How You Are Being Taxed?

It is pretty common for people to refer to themselves as being in one specific tax bracket. They think that if they’re in the 22% tax bracket, then all of their money is being taxed at 22%. Well, I am here to bust that myth just in time for tax season.

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