Author Archives: Guest Poster

Setting Financial Objectives

Paying off any level of debt can be an incredibly hard task, especially when you don’t have any real direction or focus. When you are trying to save or pay off an amount of debt there always seems to be something that comes up that halts your progress at the last minute, just as you

Don’t Sit Back, Attack Your Credit Problems

A credit card may be the last thing that someone with credit issues wants to look at, let alone use. Unfortunately for consumers aiming at a higher credit score, merely letting time work does not, in fact, work and a credit card represents the most efficient means of attaining credit improvement. Sure, the economy has

What Would The British Do For Money

What Would The British Do For Money

The current financial climate indicates that times are hard, so some free money would be a nice little bonus, wouldn’t it? Research carried out by UK based MoneySupermarket.com details how far the British are prepared to go for £400, which in the US equals $634. So that begged the question, what would they be prepared

Dividend Portfolio Review

Dividend Portfolio Review

Evan from here at My Journey to Millions has given me, Dividend Monk, the opportunity to add my two cents regarding his dividend portfolio. In doing this, I first posted my thoughts regarding his selection criteria for picking Dividend Stocks, and now I will provide my thoughts regarding his individual dividend selections. Dividend Portfolio My

5 Reasons to Use a Prepaid Credit Card

For many people, having a credit card is a necessity to live and operate in our world. Unfortunately, these cards come with many disadvantages, such as high interest rates and security concerns. Luckily, through the use of prepaid credit cards, many of these disadvantages can be avoided. Prepaid Credit Cards Build Credit The first reason

What to Consider When Choosing Dividend Paying Stocks

Dividend Growth Investing is a great strategy to build wealth and passive income over a long period of time. I’m a firm advocate that one doesn’t need to be a guru to be a successful investor and that do-it-yourself dividend investing is a solid way to go. Dividend-paying companies as a group, and especially the