Be Aware of Life Insurance Exclusions

Nobody likes to read through insurance policy documentation. The policies can be long, tedious, and full of jargon that leaves the average person confused about what exactly they’re signing or agreeing to. That’s why it’s so important to have an

Buying The Right Life Insurance For Your Family

How much life insurance to buy? After getting married and having children responsibilities start to set in. You’re putting a little bit into your 401(k), you’re reading about the benefits of a Roth IRA, and you know that you need

How to Work From Anywhere

Today’s post is from Chris Osborne who thrives on working with passionate people. He is 30 years old and he knows how to work from anywhere. Although he is from London, he has been travelling throughout Asia the past 8

Top 10 New Years Resolutions

According to a study by the University of Scranton’s Journal of Clinical Psychology, 34% of people make New Year’s resolutions that are money related. In fact, this is a 4% increase from the previous year. Learning how to manage money

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Thirty Things I Learned Before 30

Tomorrow I turn 30 and as I reflect back, I realize that there is so much that I have learned. If I would have known what I know now when I was 20, I probably would have made drastically different

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Street Performer Raises Money for School Tuition

While we were in Vegas this past weekend, we saw a man performing on the street. He had a sign that said “Trying to Pay For Tuition, Anything Helps.” With student loan debt in the United States over $1 Trillion,

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3 Ways to Stop Junk Mail for Good

Have you ever opened your mailbox and found it was full of junk mail? After sorting through the pile you may have found most of it to be credit card deals and insurance offers that just end up going in

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How to Buy a Used Car from a Private Party

On Monday we bought my wife a newer “used” car. She drove her previous car, which was a 1998 Honda Accord, for about 3 years and it was time to replace it. I know firsthand that buying a used car

How We Paid Off $52,000 in Debt in 18 Months

I have often been asked how this was possible. Did we make a lot of money? Did we know something that most people didn’t know? The short answer is “no”. We just saw our situation as it really was, a mess.