Category Archives: Guest Posts

Basic Economic Concepts for Consumers

  Gone are the days when you just use to go out and shop with very little knowledge of what you are having, we use to have our faith on the salesperson but now, now there is a significant shift in our course of actions. Modern customers know that the person guiding them about a particular product is getting paid to do what he does, he has to sell their product no matter what and […]

How to get Started with Airbnb

I am very excited about today’s post.  This is a guest post from my new friend Cubert from AbandonedCubicle.com.  In this post, Cubert shares how he is planning on retiring at age 46 and to abandon his cubicle for good.  As a more passive investor, this post has provided me with great insight into real estate investing as well as an introduction to what is required to operate an Airbnb business.  I hope you enjoy […]

Why I Paid Down My Auto Loan on a Used Car as Fast as Possible

Cars are a necessary expense for most Americans. Unless you are lucky enough to live near a good public transportation system or in a major urban area, you will likely need a vehicle to accomplish tasks of daily living, such as getting to work, buying groceries, or going out to dinner. Buying a car can be expensive, and having a car loan can be a pretty steep financial burden, particularly on top of student loans, […]

Next Steps to Take After Paying Down Student Debt

When you have finished paying off student loans, it is time to start building your wealth. It’s also time to achieve some of life’s most important milestones. But first, I want to talk about the negative effects that student loans can have on your future. There are many people that go to the bank to buy a home with tens of thousands of dollars of student debt on their shoulders. The loan officer looks at […]

Traveling with debt with a smile: 5 Rules you must follow

Can you travel when you have credit card debts? Some individuals will say this is a bad financial move. You should think about saving money instead of planning a vacation. You need to think about the ways to pay off debt. But is it true? Let’s find out. I don’t feel that it’s irresponsible to travel when you have credit card debts. You can travel and pay off debt simultaneously. You just need to be […]

Investing in Your 20s – It’s the Chance of Your Lifetime

No matter how old you are, it is never too early to start investing. Whether you are in high school, college or just finished school now is the time to start putting money toward securing your financial future. The good news is that it is easy to start investing no matter how much you have to invest, what your risk tolerance is or what your goals may be. How Do You Start Investing? The first […]