Author Archives: Guest Poster

Costs to Remember When Looking Into a New House

Costs to Remember When Looking Into a New House

This is a Guest Post from Paula Pant, the blogger at AffordAnything.org. If you like it — “Like” it on Facebook!  Paula Pant, teaches you to live richly + savor life. Check out her site, and follow her on Twitter @AffordAnything. Now that Evan and his wife have heralded the arrival of Baby Boy –

Why Are Spring Time House Sales Uneasonably Low?

Why Are Spring Time House Sales Uneasonably Low?

With existing home sales at a nine-year low, the housing market is the weakest link in the United States’ already weakened economy. And there doesn’t appear to be much cause for optimism as we enter spring, the unofficial house selling season. Spring is peak season in the real estate industry and, despite a fall in

Has the Credit CARD Act Benefitted Consumers?

Has the Credit CARD Act Benefitted Consumers?

It’s just over a year since the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act came into effect but has it heralded a change for the better for credit card users? The bill was introduced to limit the ways in which credit card companies could charge consumers and though it was first passed in the

Start a Side Hustle Now, It’s Easier Than You Think

I recently wrote a post about how I hate listening to people complain about mediocrity when there is so much opportunity out there and in response a fellow personal finance blogger/entrepreneur left a comment about a new side hustle he was starting up.  So I asked if he would take my readers through the creation

There’s No Perfect Time to Be Entrepreneurial

There’s No Perfect Time to Be Entrepreneurial

This guest post is by Mr. Broke Professional: the husband in the husband/wife team behind Brokeprofessionals.com. When you tell friends or family that you want to start your own business, you will likely hear one of two responses. Response A: “You can’t do that!  You’re too young!  You need to keep working for your employer