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Pros and Cons of Declaring Bankruptcy

Pros and Cons of Declaring Bankruptcy

Obviously, no one wants it to come to this. If you are even thinking about declaring bankruptcy, you are already in a difficult financial position. While it would be easy to feel sorry for yourself at this point, those feelings aren?t going to do anything to get your life back on track. Instead, the best thing you can do is ... Read More »

4 Ways to Pave the Way to Early Retirement

4 Ways to Pave the Way to Early Retirement

If you are looking for two words to instantly put you in a good mood, try ?early retirement?. The simple thought of being able to leave your job earlier than expected in order to spend more time on the things you love is exciting, to say the least. Sadly, for most people, early retirement is nothing more than a far ... Read More »

3 Side Hustles for Older Adults

3 Side Hustles for Older Adults

The term ?side hustle? has become rather popular in recent years. What does it mean? Simply put, your side hustle is work you do away from your regular job to augment your income. In years gone by, a side hustle would simply have been referred to as a part-time job. If you are not quite happy with the salary you ... Read More »

5 Times Frugality Doesn?t Work

5 Times Frugality Doesn?t Work

We are all about being frugal. It is our belief that consistent frugality can lead to a better life for you and your family. Countless people spend more than they need to spend in their day to day lives, and they pay for it in the long run. Learn how to save money, and your financial future will suddenly look ... Read More »

4 Ways to Avoid Debt Burnout

4 Ways to Avoid Debt Burnout

As you already know, paying off your debts should be your top financial priority. Hopefully you have already focused yourself on this point, and you are working hard to wipe out those debts as quickly as you can. There is a great reward at the end of this process, when you are debt-free and you can look back on your ... Read More »