Can Money Buy Happiness?

Can money buy happiness? It’s an age-old question. More often than not you hear “money can’t buy happiness.” But does anyone really know that to be true? Typically the example given is an old man who works so much he never had time to spend with his family or friends, so he ends up alone... Continue Reading →

4 Investing Tips For Beginners

For many people, especially millennials, investing is a scary word. Millennials watched their parents, friends and relatives struggle through the most recent financial crisis of 2008-2009, where investment values were nearly cut in half. Many individuals lost their jobs and a significant portion of their retirement savings as stocks, bonds, mutual funds and 401K values... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: How to Beat Passive Dividend Investing

Today's guest post is by a fellow blogger friend of mine, Troy @ MarketHistory.org. Troy's blog discusses his thoughts on investing, the stock market, and controversial personal finance issues. He runs a privately held investment firm, so he's got some great insight! It is true that dividend investing beats index investing (i.e. tying yourself to a... Continue Reading →

Pay Yourself First

For most people accounting is just plain boring. The thought of sitting behind a desk all day looking at numbers on a screen makes some people sick. There is a small fraction of the population that actually enjoys accounting (FYI- I’m an accountant, in case you haven’t read my About Me section =P). What the... Continue Reading →

7 Side Jobs to Make You More Money

This post contains affiliate links. Please see the disclaimer page for more detail. Whether you have a full-time or part-time job, or maybe you’re currently not working at all, sometimes you may find yourself strapped for cash or you just have a never-ending desire to make more money. Whatever the case may be, there are... Continue Reading →

The Power of Compounding

Many people underestimate the power of compounding. What is compounding, and why is it so beneficial? I’m sure most of you have seen those financial adviser commercials that ask individuals when they started saving and if they think they have enough money for retirement. Those commercials are focused on the power of compounding. Compounding, in... Continue Reading →

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