Personal Finance

Financial Lessons from the TV Show S.W.A.T (2017 CBS)

You’re broke because you root for the underdog? That’s quite a powerful assumption to make but it may actually be true. That statement serves two purposes – to get you to start thinking about money differently and to motivate you to make a positive change. The S.W.A.T. Underdog In A Nutshell Recently I have been […]

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Three Resume Mistakes You Should Avoid

Three Resume Format and Outline Tricks Every Job Seeker Needs to Know The following post is by ESI from ESI Money, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). It’s written by an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence, shares what’s worked for him, and details how others can implement […]

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5 Financial Lessons Learned from a Money Blogger’s Perspective

This post was originally published here on Melissa Blevins.com I haven’t always been good with money. In fact, I have coined myself a “free-spirited nerd”. In other words, I am really good at laying out plans, but when it comes time to implement them, I tend to sabotage my success. As former banker and Realtor, […]

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Four Reasons You Should Stop Following Dave Ramsey’s Advice

Why you shouldn’t listen to Dave Ramsey    One of the questions people ask the most is if they should pay down debt or save? Everyone from financial gurus such as Dave Ramsey to big corporations preaches about the best advice when about paying down debt and saving. It seems as though everyone has various […]

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How to Choose the Best Bank for Your Checking Account

This is a guest post by Millionaire Mob, an early retirement blog focused on investing advice and travel hacking.  Your checking account is one of the most important decisions you will make for the next few years. Choosing a checking account is one of the most highly underrated financial decisions you’ll need to make. Why? Why […]