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Retirement Planning Tips for Self-Employed Entrepreneurs

Retirement Planning Tips for Self-Employed Entrepreneurs

| March 18, 2016 | 2 Comments

Thinking about switching the daily grind of a 9 to 5 for self-employment but worried about how it may impact your retirement plans? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! According to a recent Ameritrade survey, only 31% of the self-employed respondents cited that they were ‘saving for retirement regularly or to the extent that I would […]

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3 Ways to Save Money on Car Hire in Belfast

3 Ways to Save Money on Car Hire in Belfast

| February 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you have bitten the bullet and decided to treat yourself to a holiday in Belfast, then you most probably want to save as much money as possible on your trip. Saving for your trip might have taken you a few years and you don’t want to spend your money where it isn’t necessary. Of […]

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Why Life Insurance is Not a Retirement Plan

Why Life Insurance is Not a Retirement Plan

| February 5, 2016 | 1 Comment

Some people have decided that the best option for them is to use life insurance as a type of retirement plan. In other words, the policy will directly fund the person’s retirement. This is a strategy that can pay off in some circumstances, but for the majority this represents a massive risk. We will explain […]

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DIY Plumbing Tips That Will Make Your Home a Disaster-Free Zone

DIY Plumbing Tips That Will Make Your Home a Disaster-Free Zone

| December 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

You know what’s the worst part about being a plumber? No, it’s not rescuing a miniature Captain America from the toilet line (Yes, it has happened and don’t ask me why). The worst thing about being a plumber is having to deal with unbelievably foolish customers. When I usually inquire my customers about such incidents […]

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Are You Saving for a House, Car or Vacation or Are You Saving for More?

Are You Saving for a House, Car or Vacation or Are You Saving for More?

| July 30, 2013 | 22 Comments

When you think of saving money, what comes to mind? For me, it’s cars, houses, boats, clothes and vacations that first come to mind. Saving is usually thought of as a temporary piling up of cash in order to purchase some good or service that’s believed to make our life better. That’s what its all […]

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Life is More Expensive When You Don’t Have Time

Life is More Expensive When You Don’t Have Time

| June 15, 2013 | 10 Comments

In his article titled Your Lifestyle Has Already Been Designed, David, from the blog Raptitude, makes some points that are hard to argue with. He suggests that the 8-hour workday, paired with the 40 hour work week, makes for an incredibly purchase-happy public. Now, why would a standard work week, that’s pretty intense as it […]

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Is It Stupid to Borrow Money?

Is It Stupid to Borrow Money?

| May 13, 2013 | 16 Comments

As I looked through my site stats tonight, I noticed a keyword phrase a visitor used today to get to my site, which was “Is it stupid to borrow money?”. I figured this phrase deserved a post of its own. It seems that so many people reach my site with similar questions. Young adults these […]

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The Three Biggest Financial Mistakes I’ve Made In My Twenties

The Three Biggest Financial Mistakes I’ve Made In My Twenties

| March 16, 2012 | 11 Comments

This is a guest post from Katie from Along for the Journey. Katie is a 25-year-old mother to two girls. She is currently pursuing her accounting degree and blogs at Along for the Journey about her financial mistakes and aspirations. My financial journey didn’t always start out strong. I’m happy with where I am at now […]

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