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Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 100

Created by: Four Pillar Freedom

Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week. My Favorite Video A mesmerizing three-minute video of motorbike… The post Sunday is for ...

The Sunday Best (5/19/2019)

Created by: Physician On Fire

The Sunday Best is a collection of articles I’ve curated from the furthest reaches of the internet for your reading pleasure. Every week, I scan hundreds of headlines, read dozens ...

Looking for A Job?

Created by: A Dime Saved

Being unemployed can be an extremely stressful and difficult situation. I’ve been there and to put it mildly, it’s not fun. Searching for a job can oftentimes be frustrating, upsetting ...

It’s Time To Ban The SAT And The College Board

Created by: Financial Samurai

When I was 16, I took the SAT test for the first time. My idea of test preparation was going to the library and flipping through a $20 test prep ...

Should You Payoff Your Mortgage Early? Yep! Here Are 6 Strategies to Pull It Off!

Created by: Philip Taylor

My wife and I are 38 and 43, respectively, and we just paid off our home mortgage – a home we purchased seven years ago. It feels great to own ...

Become the Master of Your Money with these Six Easy Steps

Created by: The Mastermind Within

Being a master of your money is an incredibly empowering feeling. Having a strong financial foundation can remove the feeling of the helplessness, which so many people experience. While it ...

Do You Actually Have to Start Early to End Rich?

Created by: Four Pillar Freedom

Here is why you may not necessarily have to start early to end rich. The post Do You Actually Have to Start Early to End Rich? appeared first on Four ...

The Unrelenting Fight Against High Passion

Created by: Money Stir

Being a driven person with high passion has some benefits. But being passionate also has a darker side if you are not careful about what you focus on. The post ...

12 Ways to Simplify Your Taxable Brokerage Account

Created by: Physician On Fire

My taxable account might be my favorite account. It holds about half of our retirement assets, is immediately available, and is more flexible than any other account we own. When ...

What Perez Hilton, Dominic Pace, And Diane Franklin All Have In Common

Created by: Ryan @ ArrestYourDebt

Today I am bringing you a syndicated post from Michael who blogs over at Your Money Geek. Michael shares his unique insight into several successful people he has interviewed and ...

Set and Drift – Estimating Future Income from the Portfolio

Created by: The FI Explorer

Cultivate an asset which the passing of time itself improves. – Seneca, Letters XV

Swell Investing Review: The Socially Responsible Robo-Advisor

Created by: Bible Money Matters

Swell Investing is specifically for socially responsible investing. They offer 7 different SRI portfolios, and even give you control over your investments. The post Swell Investing Review: The Socially Responsible ...

4 Reasons To Try Meal Planning That Have Nothing To Do With Losing Weight Or Saving Money

Created by: The Financial Diet

As someone who has consistently relied on a meal plan for years, I can vouch for the fact that all the meal planning evangelists on Instagram, Pinterest, and Reddit are ...

How We Paid Off $33,500 Of Debt In 9 Months

Created by: The Financial Diet

The actual amount was $33,583.31, but who’s counting! I graduated from a private college in May 2016, and like most millennials, I had roughly the national average student loan debt. ...

Leaving it to the Pros

Created by: Fiery Millennials

I recently had the pleasure of attending 3 consecutive professional baseball games. My beloved St Louis Cardinals were in town playing the Nationals. Considering I don’t get the opportunity to ...

Resource of The Month: Debt Free Charts!

Created by: J Money

Resource of The Month: Debt Free Charts! Just saw these featured in a FinCon newsletter and they are brilliant!! Debt free charts! To color in and keep you motivated! **FOR ...

Resource of The Month: Debt Free Coloring Charts!

Created by: J Money

Resource of The Month: Debt Free Coloring Charts! Just saw these featured in a FinCon newsletter and they are brilliant!! Debt free charts! To color in and keep you motivated! ...

Live Your Best Life Now And Later: Tommy’s story

Created by: Choose Fi

Small changes lead to big wins in the big picture of Financial Independence. With enough small changes, we are choosing to ad margin to our lives and that margin affords ...

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