How A Cash Advance Can Help Your Credit Score

People are concerned with their credit scores, but few realize how a cash advance can radically alter their financial outlook. When bills pile up, it makes good financial sense to consider a payday loan. By getting bills paid, establishing a good credit history, and demonstrating financial discipline, a cash advance can help everyone get intoContinue Reading

How Pensioners Can Beat the Tax Man by Saving with ISAs

More than 19 million people in the UK save money in ISAs – many of them pensioners, and many of them use stocks and shares ISAs. This can be a good way to limit your tax liabilities on investments, as you are not required to pay any tax on the interest or dividends you earnContinue Reading

Dividend Investment Portfolio December 2011 Update

If you follow my blog you may remember that my original Perpetual Income Machine eventually morphed into my dividend investment portfolio.  Now every couple months I update those specific stocks which are on my “watch list” for the following months to come. While the stocks I am purchasing change every few months, I never sellContinue Reading

Happy First Birthday My Boy!

Dear Christian, I can’t believe that it was about this time one year ago when your mom (a/k/a The Wife) said the scariest words I have ever heard in my life “My Water Just Broke!”  I proceeded to act like a stereotypical male running around packing bags and getting dressed when she informed me weContinue Reading

December 2011 Net Worth Update

November was a mixed month as I celebrated (yet again) my 30th birthday and I had a great thanksgiving weekend, but fiscally speaking it was sub-par at best and frustrating at worst.  Despite increasing my 401(k) contributions, saving more liquid cash than average and buying more dividend paying stocks then I ever had before IContinue Reading

My Thanksgiving Weekend

I mentioned last month that I wanted to personalize my blog a bit more and I think the best way to do so is to share a little bit about my life that has absolutely nothing to do with finances.  Blasphemy, right? In addition, I think it will be really cool to look through myContinue Reading