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What Does it Mean to be Independently Wealthy? + 10 Tips to Get There

Posted By moneysavedblg 1 day 12 hours ago on Finance - Most people wish they had more money. Whether it is to pursue their passions, travel more, quit their stressful job, or because you need money now, dreams of wealth permeate the minds of many. But what if I told you that the wealth you’re dreaming of wasn’t as far away as you imagine? That you … What Does it Mean to be Independently Wealthy? + 10 Tips to Get There Read More »

Gross vs Net Income: What is the Difference?

Posted By parentportfolio 2 days ago on Finance - It wasn’t until I received my first salary paycheck that I truly realized a difference between gross vs net income. The first thoughts that came to my head were “Where is my money?” and “Give me back my money!” Before I graduated college, I accepted a position with a software company. In an uncertain job …
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4 Places to Store Short-Term Savings

Posted By moneysavedblg 2 days ago on Finance - If you have a large but not immediate savings goal—such as the downpayment on a home, a kitchen reno, or an emergency fund—you may want to consider some good short-term savings options. While there is no formal definition of short-term savings, it’s generally considered to be money you want to use in less than five … 4 Places to Store Short-Term Savings Read More »

Boost Your Wellness With These 20 Healthy And Inexpensive Foods

Posted By peronalfynance40 3 days ago on Finance - I enjoy eating healthy foods. As a child, it was never a struggle for me to try new vegetables and fruits. I think part of the reason was that my parents knew how to make them taste delicious. Another reason was that they never let me get away with not eating what was on my plate. My favorite vegetables are green beans, green peas, carrots, spinach, and cauliflower. My favorite fruits are oranges, red grapes, strawberries, and apples. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to eat healthy. Check out these 20 budget-friendly foods that are good for your body. 1. Bagged Spinach I cook with bagged spinach all the time, and it’s affordable to buy at most stores. I like to use the spinach with fish recipes, beef dishes, chicken, and in my salads. When bagged spinach goes on sale in

9 Top Financial Self-Care Tips for 2021

Posted By moneysavedblg 4 days ago on Finance - What do you imagine when you hear the term “self-care”? Typically, people associate self-care with practices such as getting a massage, spending time in meditation, taking a bubble bath, or doing something else that you enjoy. While these certainly help decompress, it’s important to consider the bigger picture when finding ways to exercise self-care. Namely, … 9 Top Financial Self-Care Tips for 2021 Read More »

Know the Reasons for Getting Your Real Estate License: Side Hustle or for Investing

Posted By HYDMS21 4 days ago on Finance - There are several reasons you might consider getting your real estate license. For many, it can be their primary source of income....

The Importance of Reading: 10 Reasons Why Reading is Important

Posted By adimesaved 5 days ago on Finance - Reading is a huge part of my life. Although I often have my nose in a book, I didn’t understand the importance of reading or why reading is important until I started to do some research.  I love reading. Since ... Read More