Author Archives: Guest Poster

Financial Crisis Situations – What You Can Do and How You Can Prepare

No one wants to have to deal with a financial crisis, but many of us will face a shortfall of money at some time or another in our lives and so it’s worth taking action now so you’re prepared for anything that might come your way in the future. For instance, in difficult economic times,Continue Reading

Analyzing the Perception of the “1 Percent”

One of the reasons we are having Occupy Wall Street protests and backlash towards the “1 percent” is because the public doesn’t understand what it is like to have money. All they see when they hear about investment bankers and stock analysts is about the expensive cars, luxurious meals, and the near rock n’ rollContinue Reading

Expenses that need to be Considered When Investing in your First Property

Investing in a property for the first time is a really exciting occasion. As well as all of the excitement of getting your own house or apartment, though, you also need to think about the practicalities of buying somewhere for yourself. For instance, what about the expenses of owning a property? Read on to findContinue Reading

Why Corey Doesn’t Want To Become a Millionaire

Editor’s Note:  I usually put an indication at the end of a post whether it is a guest post, however, considering the title I felt like notice should be moved up.  This was a guest post from Corey at Passive Income to Retire, where he tracks his progress to retire by the age of 27. InContinue Reading

Affording the Costs of Living

I’ll readily admit that I think about money a lot. Not just money, but a variety of factors that involve money, including savings, bargains, investments and general frugality. It’s not as if simply driving by a billboard showcasing a glittering black diamond engagement ring causes me to involuntarily pull over and search for good dealsContinue Reading

The Value of Earning a Side Income

I never appreciated the value of a side income until I started earning one. Before I started blogging, all my income came through a regular job lost most people. But when my blog started making a little money, we kept the cash separate from our monthly budget. We gave some to charity, which was veryContinue Reading