Setting Up A Bachelor Pad

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So you landed a great job and are ready to move out of the house. Now, you are ready to build a bachelor pad!  All said and done, it will be worth it. Living Room The living room is a very important element of a bachelor pad. Afterall, you will be spending …

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The American Class Structure as defined by wealth

The wealth divide between the rich and poor has been the largest in recent memory. This has especially been exacerbated from the great recession in 2008, as the stock market recovered and the wealthy made back their money while the poor and middle class got wiped out. According to Joseph Kahl …

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Spending Priorities For A Cash Flow Investor

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A passive income Investor must know their spending priorities if they want to obtain assets and grow them. Here is a sample chapter from AdviceAboutFinance.com’s New Ebook: How to Be A Cash Flow Investor. Get free access HERE What you choose to spend on is vital to your long term wealth …

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Money Tree Portfolio Update: Added TGT, gain so far 20.2%

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These past few weeks have been quite busy and a lot of volatility has encountered the market. For the money tree portfolio, I decided to trim positions in SO and T as I am more focused on stocks that are underpriced, present higher growth, yet have a generous dividend yield. Event …

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Does Homeownership Make Sense (Even with a Low Interest rate?)

With 30 year fixed mortgages going as low as 3.5%, many would be home owners often jump at the chance of buying a home since “the rates are so low”. The low rates may be enticing to help those homeowners lower their monthly payments but often it leads to problems in …

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