3 Things You Need When You Move Your Business Out of Your Home

3 Things You Need When You Move Your Business Out of Your Home

Is it time to move your business out of your home? Here’s what you will need. I’ve got a home business that isn’t likely to need to be moved anywhere else (unless I’m on vacation or something). However, there are plenty of home business owners who end up getting to the point that it becomes

High Interest Debt Doesn’t Have to Be Forever

High Interest Debt Doesn’t Have to Be Forever

High interest debt is draining your wealth. It doesn’t need to be that way forever, though. Jackie Beck over at The Debt Myth is encouraging a movement around the idea that debt doesn’t have to be forever. I’m joining in with a few thoughts on my approach to debt, even though my view of debt

Grow Your Dough 2.0: Tweaking the Permanent Portfolio

Grow Your Dough 2.0: Tweaking the Permanent Portfolio

I’m doing Grow Your Dough again! This year, I’m tweaking the permanent portfolio, while still focusing on dividends. Last year, I participated in the Grow Your Dough Challenge with a number of other bloggers. We used $1,000 of our own money to make investments, and see who came out ahead. I didn’t win (but I

Do You Have TRUE Financial Success?

Do You Have TRUE Financial Success?

What do you think makes financial success? Do you feel that you are financially successful? Today, MoneyTips.com releases another one of its “Next Door” reports. The last report was about retiring; this new release is called The Millennial Next Door. The idea behind this report is to provide insight into what makes for financial success for

How I Save Money on Travel

How I Save Money on Travel

This post is part of the TaxACT How I Save blog tour which teaches you ways to keep more money in your pocket. Last year, TaxACT saved America over $240 million on tax preparation. How much can you save? To learn more about tips and strategies on saving, click here.  I’ve never been much of a penny pincher. Even in the days I was

The Importance of Knowing Your Financial Values

The Importance of Knowing Your Financial Values

Do you carefully consider what you want to spend your money on? Or do you spend on things you think you need without a second thought? Mindless spending isn’t going to get you closer to your goals, whether that means achieving wealth, traveling, early retirement, or being debt free. It’s only going to hold you

Home Business Goal: Diversify Income Sources

Home Business Goal: Diversify Income Sources

Like so many of my fellow bloggers — and human beings — I like to use this time of year to think about what I’ve accomplished in the last 12 months, as well as make a home business goal for what’s next. Over time, my New Year’s resolutions have become fewer. I’ve learned that it’s

What All Kids (and adults too) Should Know About Saving and Investing

What All Kids (and adults too) Should Know About Saving and Investing

Looking to getting your finances in order this year (just like every year, amiright)? This book about saving and investing is a great resource for the whole family. As someone who is interested in (boring) investing, and who has a son that now has a custodial investment account, I’m always look for more information that

Is 2015 the Year You Start Investing?

Is 2015 the Year You Start Investing?

Everybody invests. Whether you’re buying a bike, a candy bar, or a house, you are using resources judiciously. You’re exchanging one owned good for another, one that you believe will serve you better than the liquid finances at your disposal. So everybody is comfortable with investment, at least on the small scale. It’s when you