Investing for High Income Earners

October 18, 2012

Some time ago I wrote about investing on a budget. Now I’m going to write about the opposite end of the spectrum: Investing for High Income Earners. Although I am admittedly more familiar with the first scenario, here are some of the considerations for high income investors. As always, meet with the appropriate expert prior to […]

Saving Big Money in the Big City

August 29, 2011

Whether you are moving to the big city, embarking on a journey of a lifetime, or simply visiting for a few days, you should know that there are many ways to save money while fully enjoying the benefits of city life.  This post will explore some of the ways you can save money when visiting […]

10 Ways to Get Out of Debt

August 11, 2011

If you want to get out of debt–particularly a lot of debt–then you have to really want it.  I’m talking about flashing Rocky Balboa levels of intensity.  You have to make debt busting your second job.  Like losing weight, you’ll quickly learn that it’s hundreds of times harder to get out of debt than it […]

6 Investing Decisions I’m Happy With

July 25, 2011

We’ve all made our share of investing mistakes, I wrote about mine not long ago and how I ended up losing 50-75% of the money I invested.  Today I’ll share the counterpart to that: six investing choices I’m glad I’ve made.   Although the world of investing is always changing, and I am certainly not […]

6 Investing Mistakes I Regret

July 11, 2011

The first time I tried my hand at investing in the stock market was a huge disaster, where I lost at least 50-75% of the money I invested. Today I’ll share the investing mistakes I made – hopefully my beginners mistakes will help you if you’re new to investing or are thinking about getting started. […]

Investing on a Budget

June 22, 2011

How to invest with just a little money is a common question for people investing on a small income or trying to balance investing vs paying down debt.  Just because you don’t have a lot of money doesn’t mean you can’t invest, however it does require you to be smarter in your investment strategy. So […]

Investing vs Paying Off Debt

June 12, 2011

Investing vs paying off debt is a decision that many of us are faced with but we’d like to avoid. We’d rather earn enough money to both pay off our debt and save signifigant sums of money at the same time. Unfortunately, that’s not the reality for many of us. Your Burden of Uncertainty If […]

How to Buy a House in an Expensive Market

May 5, 2011

Buying a house always seems to cost you more than you planned.  If you live in a city with expensive real estate you might even feel like those high home prices mean you’ll never be able to afford your own home. While some citites in California, New York, and other states across the country have dauntingly expensive […]