Published Blogs Finance

Independence Day (1996 Film): Financial and Life Lessons

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - Independence Day (1996 Film): Financial and Life Lessons   Today is July 4th, and all across America, families will be celebrating our nation’s independence. Hopefully, you have the day off from work and can enjoy some nice weather, good food, and a cold drink of your choice.   When you think of the 4th of […]The post Independence Day (1996 Film): Financial and Life Lessons appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

13 Do’s and Do Not’s of Shopping At The Dollar Store

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - This guest post is written by Stephanie, who blogs at XennialBlogger.com. She writes about real estate, side hustles and life in general. Wealth is a long journey for the average individual, and that’s the perspective she takes on her blog. She also hustles as a virtual assistant, loves her Boston Terriers and is nomadic at […]The post 13 Do’s and Do Not’s of Shopping At The Dollar Store appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Why You’re Not Stupid If You Purchase A New Car

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - Why you’re not stupid if you purchase a new car   The finance bloggers’ version of keeping up with the Jones’ is, how old is your Toyota? It seems like if you want a seat at the money blogger “cool table,” you gotta be rockin a 20-year-old Toyota Corolla. Well, at the risk of getting […]The post Why You’re Not Stupid If You Purchase A New Car appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Saving For Retirement: High-Income Edition

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - A guest post in response to my article about high income bloggers are ruining the personal finance. Please welcome Dads Dollars Debts in his post about why saving for retirement is harder for those with high incomes.    Why saving for retirement is hard for a high income earner…or those with less do better?   […]
The post Saving For Retirement: High-Income Edition appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

How Can Couples Merge Finances Without Blowing Their Love And Their Sanity?

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - The following is a guest post from Andy who blogs at www.pennylessdad.com   How Can Couples Merge Finances Without Blowing Their Love And Their Sanity?   Love may be blind, but finance is not!   I have seen the most loving couples part their ways due to problems related to finance, respect and trust! Money […]
The post How Can Couples Merge Finances Without Blowing Their Love And Their Sanity? appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Best Of The Web: Hosted By Scott Of Making Momentum

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - Today I would like to announce a new series on the blog; Best Of The Web. Every Friday I will invite a fellow blogger to discuss their recommendations for the weekend’s must-read articles. Plus, we will dig into their geeky backstory!   Best Of The Web: Hosted By Scott Of Making Momentum   Hello, fellow Money […]
The post Best Of The Web: Hosted By Scott Of Making Momentum appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

If Everyone Caught FIRE, Would There Be a Recession?

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - The Following is a guest post from Mr. Thrifty who publishes Thrifty Enough, a blog which provides an uncommonly common sense approach to thrifty living. You can also find him on Twitter at @thriftyenough.   He lives in a small Midwestern town with his wife and a growing contingent of young children. They are on […]
The post If Everyone Caught FIRE, Would There Be a Recession? appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Retirement Rescue: 7 Ways To Control Rising Costs In Early Retirement

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - Retirement Rescue: 7 Ways To Control Rising Costs In Early Retirement   One of the biggest challenges in planning for retirement is estimating and saving for rising expenses. In particular, individuals planning for early retirement will need to adequality plan for multiple decades of inflation and expense creep. Sufficiently forecasting costs will help, but controlling […]
The post Retirement Rescue: 7 Ways To Control Rising Costs In Early Retirement appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

How Can Coloring Help YOU Get Out Of Debt?

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - The Following is a guest post from, Heidi Ifland Nash the creator of Debt Free Charts, one of the simplest yet most effective tools to keep you motivated to reach your financial goals. How Can Coloring Help YOU Get Out Of Debt? We were the “normal” American couple, no budget, consuming all of our income […]
The post How Can Coloring Help YOU Get Out Of Debt? appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Debunking Millennial Money Myths

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - Today, I have a slight variation for the Sunday Spotlight. After running my blog post about High-Income Bloggers and discussing the lack of empathy in personal finance, my email was flooded with support. One topic that continually was mentioned is how some bloggers suggest that young people are not achieving their financial goals because they […]
The post Debunking Millennial Money Myths appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

The Easy Way To Go From Ordinary To Extraordinary

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - The following is a guest post from Nathan Clarke of Millionaire Dojo. The Easy Way To Go From Ordinary To Extraordinary   If you were to ask people if they would rather be ordinary or extraordinary, you’d probably get a unanimous answer of extraordinary! Most humans want to do things that a lot of other people haven’t […]
The post The Easy Way To Go From Ordinary To Extraordinary appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

The Versatile Blogger Award Goes To…

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - Hey finance nerds and blogger alike, I’m excited to announce that I’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by Financial Health and Wealth. It is such an honor to be nominated for this award and to be listed next to other great bloggers and financial experts. Make sure you check out Financial Health and […]
The post The Versatile Blogger Award Goes To… appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Protect Your Credit And Your Wealth: Income to Debt Ratio

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - A guest post by COSurvivalist, Samuel Westfall, about income to debt ratio. This is an important topic to know and understand, as your finances, and your credit, exist around this calculation. Thank you to COSurvivalist for providing this necessary information!  Samuel has a great series about building a greenhouse that I hope you check out, […]
The post Protect Your Credit And Your Wealth: Income to Debt Ratio appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.