Monthly Archives: June 2012

What The Hell is Wrong With Some People? Emergency Funds vs. The Smart Phone

I choose not to discuss them often but the basics of personal finance are the same whether you are making $46,000 or $460,000.  I feel like most people are smart enough to understand if you are spending more than you are making that is is unlikely that you’ll get out of the situation you are… Continue Reading

5 Money-Saving Tips for First-Time Homebuyers

When people dream of their future goals, they typically dream of four things: a decent job, making sufficient money, a wonderful family, and a dream home.  Even with the instability of the economy, many people are still determined to become homeowners. There are several steps prospective homeowners can take in order to make sure they… Continue Reading

The Secret Business I am Dying to Open Up

I have been giving a lot of thought lately about a very specific type of business to open.  While I have had some businesses in my past (some I am not proud of, and some like this blog that I am very proud of), I have never run a brick and mortar business so the… Continue Reading

Why is Yield Less Important than Yield on Cost When Dividend Investing

My favorite investment asset is my very small but growing dividend investment account.  When we finally move (circa 2014 at this point lol) I will be focusing a lot more energy and money on the account.  It is my hope that one day Future Evan and The Wife will be able to turn off dividend… Continue Reading

Where to Get Loans Online

With more and more people using internet banking, it only makes sense that it is now possible to get all types of loans online.  Here are some options if you are considering getting a loan, depending on your individual needs. Peer to Peer Lending One of the first online lending options was peer to peer… Continue Reading