Teach and Retire Rich is a must have book for teachers at any stage in the game. The principles apply generally, of course, but the book was well crafted with teachers in mind.
Budgeting and investing and hoping to win the lottery are all ways you can get rich, but if you want to be truly successful then you can’t just hope that you finances will improve. You have to spend less than you earn.
Investing can be incredibly confusing, but I want to make it easier to understand. Mutual funds are a staple of investing, but even those are hard to pick. That’s why I want you to make sure that you understand the basics of how often you’ll get paid from your mutual fund, the answer might surprise you.
Teachers might be asking why am I poor? Teachers are poor only because they lack financial education. There are actually 5 good reasons every teacher should be rich.
Christmas can be stressful, especially the shopping. So we definitely don’t want to add debt on top of that. To have a great Christmas and avoid debt check out these 20 frugal Christmas tips.
If you’re interested in getting reward for every types of travel you do every day then consider the Miles app. I am a user and I’m also a skeptic, so here is my honest review of Miles.
Every year the investment landscape changes, but many things stay the same. If you have $10,000 to invest in 2021 here are what you need to keep in mind and a few investment strategies that will be the best way to invest your money this year.
POGO cash back rewards is a relatively new cash back app on the scene. The question is, should I use it? Here I break down the benefits and drawbacks of the POGO rewards to help you decide.
There are many ways to make a money making machine. You can make a machine that grows through appreciation, or a machine that pays dividends, machines that pay interest or even machines that pay rent. All of these machines are useful money making machines.
The market is too hot! I’m waiting for a correction. I heard that the stock market is going to crash on the news the other day. These are all reasons that people give for not investing. And it all comes down to the same fear. What if I put in $1,000 today and it is only worth $500 tomorrow. While that fear is an emotionally hard thing to deal with, it is logically not something you should worry about. Here’s why.