Posts filed under: Finance Basics

In my dirty basement days, I always kept stressing about every bill that was approaching. I learned to automate it by having automatic payments over manual. But that didn’t exactly solve the problem of keeping track when each bill was due and...
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While one of my goals is to become Hokage win an award for the best personal finance blog for the everyman, I realize that I have a long way to go and the journey won’t be easy. I also have to...
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As much as I love memeing and adding a personal twist to my “how-to” articles. Budgeting is one subject where it’s pretty serious. Over one-third of American household are living paycheck-to-paycheck. One hiccup, one ’emergency’ and you are living in...
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As part of my beginner finance series (that has yet to be named), I want to cover ALL bases for setting up a foundation of basic financial knowledge. While I did talk about setting up your first bank account, I’m sure there...
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As part of my Beginner Financial Guide Series (I’m working on the name), getting your first credit card is the quintessential step to building your credit score. While I think I did a fairly solid job in explaining how your...
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There are many things in life that are unfair between the ages of 18-21. No booze, no gambling, no bar entry. I know we are all upstanding citizens and we would never partake in those activities as a minor. What’s...
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Today, I want to bring all Financial Freedom Fighters (FFF) together and talk about the X stages to Financial Independence. While this isn’t meant to be a step-by-step guide to move up towards financial freedom, I wanted to create a...
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