Category: Money

Live It Up in Retirement!

After last week’s article explored why many multi-millionaires are worried about money, today we focus on another angle.   Not exactly millionaires, but affluent retirees are also worried about running out of money.  So, they chronically under-spend, leaving big portfolios and delighted heirs behind. Bloomberg’s article on this subject shared some interesting facts.  I will […]

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What Do The Rich Worry About?

Recovered from my big reveal last week yet? 🙂   Today’s post is an interesting segue while revealing yet another tidbit about me. I read an article recently in The Globe & Mail, a Canadian newspaper.   Yes, I do read magazines from outside the U.S.  Of course, I stick with English newspapers published around […]

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Counting The Marbles

The personal finance blogging world is filled with three categories of people who put out good content: A)  People who are open about both their net worth and their identity.   They track their net worth vigorously and update frequently.   They also post their pictures and their family’s including their travelogues.   These blogs […]

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An Ode To The Cubicle Worker

Over the last 7 years, the sheer number of personal finance blogs that have appeared (including this one) is creating a ‘FIRE movement’ online.  Many cubicle workers are getting inspired to join this journey. Soon enough, paid work will get re-defined to such a level that the sea of cubicles may become extinct.  Anticipating the waning […]

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Four Real Estate Investment Strategies for New Investors

This is a guest post from Adam, who is the founder of Offer Climb, with locations in Houston and Phoenix. With his co-founder Corey, they are driven towards finding the best deals and providing easy payout solutions for homeowners looking to sell their property fast. Adam takes pride in providing flexible offers to fit a […]

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Changing Student Loan Policy Under New Administration

This is a guest post by Jacob Evans @ DollarDiligence.   The topic of student loans is always current on people’s minds, especially those with kids or young adults in college or many having college debt.  Persistent student loans (or lack thereof) plays a significant part in your net worth journey.  College costs are not in […]

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Angel Investing: The Devil is in the Details

As you move up the career and net worth ladder, you will be presented with opportunities from generally well-meaning friends, colleagues and aquaintances about the exciting world of ‘angel investing’.   You probably already heard the words before and perhaps even imagined fantasy visions of getting a mouth-watering 100x or 1000x returns from picking the next Google, […]

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