Lots to cover in this week’s highlights, including Mark Zuckerberg’s trip to the Hill, and what is actually going to result from it. Plus, how a 72-year-old FIRE icon is reaching Millennials and inspiring them towards financial independence and early retirement. [Read more…]
Transferring your debt to 0% interest balance transfer credit cards seems like a no-brainer right?
You pay no interest for a promotional period of time so 100% of your payment will go to the principal.
Sounds like a win to me. And quite often it is a win.
But not always.
When you know all the pros and cons, you can accurately determine if transferring your debt to a balance transfer card makes sense for you.
With that in mind, I’ve put together this complete list of pros and cons to help you decide if you should transfer your balance. [Read more…]
Does this sound like you? You want to make money online, but finding something legitimate is like finding a needle in a haystack.
When you search “make money online” you find plenty of “opportunities” or “systems” that require investments.
You see people in their garages full of Lambos talking about their “push-button system” and telling you “it’s like having your own ATM machine.”
You know better. You want money right now. Today. [Read more…]
Do you like to get free stuff in the mail?
We’ve compiled a list of the top 12 sites to get free products sent directly to your mailbox.
Don’t worry. There are no gimmicks.
You’ll find your mailbox stuffed with samples of all sizes and even full-sized products. [Read more…]
One of the biggest frustrations that come with paying down your credit cards, is that a large amount of your money goes towards the interest on the account.
With so much money tied up in interest, it’s very difficult to make headway and ultimately pay off your cards.
And if you aren’t able to pay more than the minimum payment, paying off your debt is next to impossible.
Enter bi-weekly credit card payments.
By using a bi-weekly payment strategy, you can direct more money towards the principal debt, and [Read more…]