January 2010

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More obvious ways to trim your budget

Entering the work force after college is a great time to develop good budgetary habits. In the beginning, you may not be able to control how much you earn but you sure as heck can get a grip on how much you spend. The following items are...

What is financial success anyway?

Is Bill Gates financially successful? Uh, yeah Captain Obvious, most people would give an unqualified “Yes!” answer to that statement. But do you have to have access to billions of dollars to qualify as financially successful? Maybe. The truth is every person is going to have to...

Stop the money hemorrhage

We recently discussed the large bite that dining out can take from your budget but it doesn’t stop there. Oh no, not even close. Take a look at the following budget busters and think about changing them too. 1. Smoking: Coffin nails cost the serious smoker about...

The ADD guide to leverage

Maybe you think the idea of leverage, when it comes to investing, is sort of boring and the kind of thing only old guys in suits worry about. We’re here to tell you, if you ever want to be rich beyond your wildest dreams of avarice, you...

Eating in is the new eating out

Are you dining out as much as you used to? New workers still in the process of trudging up the pay scale may find there’s simply not enough money in the paycheck to grab a sit down meal at their favorite restaurant as often as they used...

Stuff you CAN control

Now we get to the good part. Here’s what you can control about your financial success. Believe us, when used correctly, the information here is way stronger than the stuff you can’t control. Here’s a quick rundown. generic cialis lowest price 1. Interest – Surprise! We included...

Stuff you can’t control

Sorry, but, in case no one ever told you, there are some things related to your eventual financial success you cannot control. At least until you get yourself elected Galactic President for life. Even then, you might have trouble controlling the following factors. Some things are simply...

Investing in foreclosures

We recently looked at the process of foreclosure from the perspective of the homeowner and the lender. Neither are thrilled to be going through this process. The homeowner is losing a place to live and probably will take a huge hit on his credit. The lender will...

Foreclosure – the sad ballet

Hopefully, none of our readers have found themselves on the homeowner side of a foreclosure. While foreclosures can be an incredible investment opportunity (which we’ll talk about soon), let’s take a moment to review exactly how the process of foreclosure works for the bank and homeowner. Step...