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Blogger Confessions #42: Jerry Brown from Peerless Money Mentor

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https://thinksaveretire.com - Happy Saturday and welcome to the 42nd episode of the ‘Blogger Confessions’ interview series on the blog. Today, I’m bringing in Jerry Brown from Peerless Money Mentor to talk about blogging and how they’ve managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger.  Jerry, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Jerry Brown from Peerless […]The post Blogger Confessions #42: Jerry Brown from Peerless Money Mentor appeared first on Think Save Retire.

5 ways to prevent your next impulse buy

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https://themoneymix.com - Let’s face it, we’ve all been in this situation: We’re at the grocery store for a gallon of milk, we see that bag of chips, 2 liters of our favorite orange soda or a 6-pack of beer and end up walking out with more than we wanted. Impulse buys.  It happens to all of us,…
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15 clever ways to get free gift cards

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https://thinksaveretire.com - Hunting around for free gift cards is one of my pastimes. The truth is that I love free stuff and whether it is a free iTunes gift card or free Starbucks gift card, it doesn’t really matter. As long as the card works like cash and can be used to make purchases at one of […]The post 15 clever ways to get free gift cards appeared first on Think Save Retire.

This Week’s Daily Mix Winners – Friday, July 26, 2019

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https://themoneymix.com - The Money Mix goal is to bring you the latest and greatest money and financial news, stories, and articles from around the personal finance world! We also want to share the love with the many talented personal finance writers out there by sending as much traffic as possible to their sites. The winner of the…
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A guide to house hacking your way to retirement

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https://thinksaveretire.com - When I first heard the term “house hacking”, I was instantly intrigued. I knew what house flipping meant, and I also know how much money people can earn with this truly clever technique.  But, house hacking is different. It’s not just about buying a house and re-selling it. It’s a whole other technique that, when […]The post A guide to house hacking your way to retirement appeared first on Think Save Retire.

The Best Life Insurance Companies to Save You Money

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https://themoneymix.com - Are you looking for the best life insurance companies to help you save some money? Good news! We researched the top companies that can help you free up some cash. Why It Pays to Shop Recently, I was speaking with a friend who is a self-described introvert, and she was mentioning how overwhelming she found…
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Should You Have a Plan to Cut Your Losses in a Market Crash?

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https://moneywithapurpose.com - We've all heard the term cut your losses. You hear people use it to describe any number of things. It might be referring to a bad relationship (friendship, marriage, work, etc.). It could be in a specific investment (stock of a particular company, business, real estate, etc.). With the longest bull market in history still […]
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Escaping the debt spiral: A high income path to financial independence

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https://thinksaveretire.com - In the United States, the debt spiral is as common as a BMW in a wealthy neighborhood, or like Corollas on a normal street.   Throughout all income levels, debt puts people into a position of weakness by owing money to banks and collection agencies, and the more debt we take on, the easier it gets […]The post Escaping the debt spiral: A high income path to financial independence appeared first on Think Save Retire.

The Daily Mix – Wednesday, July 24, 2019

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https://themoneymix.com - The Money Mix goal is to bring you the latest and greatest money and financial news, stories, and articles from around the personal finance world! We also want to share the love with the many talented personal finance writers out there by sending as much traffic as possible to their sites. The winner of the…
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Weighing the Pros and Cons of Becoming a Landlord

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https://moneywithapurpose.com - Real estate has always been a lucrative industry, and nowadays investment properties are as popular as ever. Who doesn’t love the idea of owning multiple properties and making free money on the one you’re not using? The problem – becoming a landlord. Not everyone wants to be a landlord. But in reality, you’re not actually […]
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5 Simple Ways To Identify Profitable Items To Sell On Amazon

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https://www.moneylogue.com - Whether you’re new to selling items on Amazon or looking to add items to your already successful listings, finding profitable items to sell is always part of the game plan. You want to sell on Amazon to make money or you wouldn’t be putting in the work and effort. Finding a profitable item or set […]The post 5 Simple Ways To Identify Profitable Items To Sell On Amazon appeared first on Moneylogue.com.

Get rich with real estate – I reached financial independence in two years with rentals

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https://thinksaveretire.com - How quickly can a person without a six-figure salary reach financial independence in real estate? Five years? Ten? Evan Roberts reached it in two. I’ve never met Evan in person, but by sheer coincidence, he grew up in the same working-class suburb of Baltimore that I did. Even stranger, he spent most of his adult […]The post Get rich with real estate – I reached financial independence in two years with rentals appeared first on Think Save Retire.

Six Easy Ways to Make Extra Money While Watching TV

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https://themoneymix.com - I am always on the lookout for neat side hustles and opportunities to earn money or free gift cards. What I have found is most side hustles all suffer from one fatal flaw; they require a lot of “Hustle.”  If you are busy working a 9-5 or building a successful career, the last thing you…
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Blogger Confessions #41: Kevin from Next Level Finance

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https://thinksaveretire.com - Happy Saturday and welcome to the 41st episode of the ‘Blogger Confessions’ interview series on the blog. Today, I’m bringing in Kevin from Next Level Finance to talk about blogging and how they’ve managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger.  Kevin, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Kevin from Next Level Finance […]The post Blogger Confessions #41: Kevin from Next Level Finance appeared first on Think Save Retire.