Monthly Archives: May 2011

How to Retire Wealthy

This is a Guest Post by Fellow Yakezie Member, Derrick from Life and Finances. Personally, I love the name of this website, “My Journey to Millions”. Perhaps some of you think it’s egotistical to proclaim that you’ll be a millionaire, but I’d have to say that you’re dead wrong. We should all be on ourContinue Reading

Pulling Your Money Out of the Market

Occasionally you will be confronted with major payments you need to make at a moment’s notice – house repairs and medical bills fall into this category. If you have invested your savings in the market this can prove to be a significant challenge as getting money out of stocks and bonds right away might forceContinue Reading

Using DealTracker to Save Money

Recently I wrote a post about using online promotional codes, and I found another useful site called, DealTaker.   In the original post I shared that I always go online to find a promotional code before buying anything online. It’s just common sense. If you can save money on shipping, or get a percentage off why wouldn’t you?Continue Reading

Would You Buy a United States Government Annuity?

As the baby boomers get older and older it is almost impossible to pick up a financial publication that doesn’t discuss turning one’s nest egg into a stream of income.  It has been a while since I explained both an immediate annuity and deferred annuities, but basically they are financial products that turn a sumContinue Reading

Dropping Some Love with LoveDrop

Love Drop is a micro-giving network of people who unite as a community to help one person or family a month. By subscribing to the team for as low as $1, they make it easy for their members to change lives in a fun and tangible way. Each month Love Drop delivers a unique combinationContinue Reading

The Misunderstanding Most Investors Make

I’ll be honest that I am not fully convinced as to what investment style works, and I am alright with that since my response is to have a little bit of everything. I have an actively managed dividend portfolio, a 401(k) made up mostly of actively managed mutual funds, a whole life insurance policy, andContinue Reading