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Use Cash Flow Principals – Gain Financial Independence

Use Cash Flow Principals – Gain Financial Independence

By in Advanced Investing, Credit, Debt, Guest Post, Money Management, Personal Finance, Real Estate | 0 comments

Understand Household Cash Flow to Build Wealth? Guest contributor; Stanley A. Riggs, MD Are you ready to start building wealth, rather than just making a living? Consider what you’re doing with your cash flow. Building wealth and achieving financial independence is like losing weight or quitting smoking. It is simple, but not easy. By understanding what to do...

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5 Money Saving Tips for New College Grads

5 Money Saving Tips for New College Grads

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Start Wealth Building Habits Now Guest contributor; Anton Ivanov  College graduation is fun and exciting. New grads are finally done with their education and are eager to embrace new opportunities. But graduation can be a very stressful time as well. Along with finding a new job, moving and adjusting to post-college life, new grads often face financial problems....

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Help, I Have No Money; Cash Management for New College Grads

Help, I Have No Money; Cash Management for New College Grads

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“Aura would like you to know she is having a very hard time.” Tiny Furniture the movie.  Life is particularly challenging for new college graduates. Take a few positive steps and you can make it better. By practicing how to live within your income from the beginning of your working life, you increase your chances for financial success and wealth. The...

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How Trading In a Car Every Two Years Makes Good Financial Sense

How Trading In a Car Every Two Years Makes Good Financial Sense

By in Budget, Debt, Mind and Money, Money Management | 37 comments

Should I Trade In a Newer Car (After 2 Years)? Do you have a newer car that you don’t want any more? You don’t need an excuse to trade in a newer car after 2 years. Maybe you want to buy newer model, or perhaps you want to save money and downsize to a more affordable model. Don’t let anyone tell you that you shouldn’t do it. Learn how to trade in a newer car the...

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Savings: Easy As Pie!

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Guest contributor, Alexandra from Real Simple Finances. There are few things I enjoy in this world more than pie. Aside from being really delicious, pie also serves as a great guideline when designing savings plans. After all, who doesn’t want a big piece of financial pie? My favorite pie is apple, whereas my husband prefers pumpkin. Just as our tastes differ, so...

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