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Should You Pay For An Expensive Real Estate Course?

For anyone who is interested in Real Estate, there is no doubt, you have seen expensive coaching and training programs advertised on TV, the internet, even the newspaper. Real estate gurus who claim to be able to teach you to become filthy rich through real estate investing. Is this real? Can you really learn from these guys? Continue reading “Should You Pay For An Expensive Real Estate Course?”

Millennials: How to Win With Money

Millennials are the next generation to take the world by storm, and they are next up to bat. Starting in 2017, they are going to have more buying power than all other generations. They are the most diverse, educated, populous, and now in debt generation of all time. Millennials are defined as being between 18 – 34 years old in 2015 or having been born between the early 1980s to the late 1990s. I am by definition a Millennial (1992), however, I wanted to get a take on Millennial life and the 411 on Millennials and Money (see what I just did there….you’re welcome) from someone who knows best. I went out and found none other than the Millennial Money Man to give you the top 5 concepts all Millennials must know about to win in life and money.  Continue reading “Millennials: How to Win With Money”

How Money Affects Your Mind

Was there ever a time where you know there’s something you should be doing with your money but you have trouble actually doing it?

Have you ever wondered why? Continue reading “How Money Affects Your Mind”

Why You Need To Save For Retirement NOW

More often times than not, a lot of people around my age don’t put much emphasis on saving for retirement. Their idea being they have 40+ years to save so why is now so important.

However, if any of you have kept up with your financial news as of late, it’s that a large majority of older workers say they’re never going to have enough money to retire. Continue reading “Why You Need To Save For Retirement NOW”

Splitting the Check: A Millennial’s Nightmare

As a growing millennial, there are fewer social customs that can frighten themselves more than dealing with the end-of-the-meal check. We were at a nice low key sushi joint in downtown Seattle. However with all places nowadays we are faced with ever soaring prices. Prices that would bring my grandma to tears. Continue reading “Splitting the Check: A Millennial’s Nightmare”

How To Survive On A College Budget

I have a secret for you. College is expensive.

Don’t believe me? Between paying for tuition, parking, textbooks, extra fees and to top it all off, living expenses! Now you tell me. How much money do you have leftover? Continue reading “How To Survive On A College Budget”

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