Most people know that smart real estate investing can bring in big returns. Like investing in the stock market, real estate investing can seem intimidating. It’s really not though. There are just some key fundamentals you need to know before you get started.
Net worth is a useful tool to gauge your overall financial picture. We have good data in America for average net worth by age. See how you stack up and because LMM listeners are not average, what your net worth by age should be.
A credit score is a 3-digit number that ranges from 300-850. It’s used by financial companies to decide how likely you will pay back money they lent you.
The pink tax is one that only about half of the population is subject to. And they probably aren’t even aware of it. It’s the extra amount women are charged for certain products or services. Things like personal care products. So not only do we make less but we pay more. It’s a load of crap.
A 401k is a retirement investment account. It’s the first foray into investing for many of us and is an important part of your overall portfolio. We’ll break down how much to contribute to your 401k retirement account based on your age.
Millions of Americans struggle with student loan debt but some of that struggle might be unnecessary. THat got your attention! Read on and see if you are one of the lucky ones with our student loan forgiveness: the complete 2018 guide.
There is a lot of chatter in the personal finance world about passive income. What is it and why is it such a topic of conversation? We all need more than one income source but there are only so many hours in a day to work. Here are passive income ideas to make money while you sleep.
One of the best ways to make a little extra money on the side is to embrace the growing gig economy, and take on a side hustle or two. These quick money makers and side hustle ideas don’t require considerable skills, resources or knowledge—but they can pay off big time in the long run.
Not sure where to invest your money? That’s the reason many people just park it in a savings account where it’s making no interest. You don’t have to be an expert to invest. You just have to jump in. So let’s get active and see how and where to invest $100, $1000, or $10,000.
We’ve written about becoming a landlord in a previous series. Now we look at the pros and cons of single family homes versus multifamily rental property.
I’m a 30 year-old bachelor and I no longer worry about money. It took me a while but I finally learned how to get rich quick, realistically. For many years I worried about money, but now I spend time enjoying it. No one wakes up wealthy one day. It’s is a choice that you make and a way that you live your life.
There are few things in life as beautiful as residual income. Over the past few years, there has been epic growth in people seeking opportunities to put more money in their pockets and finding innovative ways to earn residual income. We’ll help you figure out exactly where to start.