Mark Fiebert ~ Contributor

Mark spent over 30 years as a senior finance executive in Private Banking, Asset Management and Alternative Investments. Mark holds a BS in Accounting from Brooklyn College, an MBA in Finance from Pace University as well as being sponsored to attend The Wharton School Executive Development Program.

Is Your Net Worth Worth Tracking?

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Do you know your net worth, does it matter? What is tracking your net worth, worth? 

Zero to Hero: Investing with Empty Pockets

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Investing advice is often crafted for high earners. What about the rest of us? We have investing tips when you don’t have money to invest. 

Boost Your Finances: 24 Tips for Low-Income Earners

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Much financial advice is aimed at those making good money leaving the rest of us behind. We want to fix that with 24 financial tips for low-income earners.

Credit vs. Debit: Maximize Your Financial Benefits

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Every time we make a purchase, we have to decide between using a credit card, a debit card, or cash. They all have their pros and cons. Will there be a clear winner? Credit vs. debit vs. cash: the ultimate showdown.

20 Genius Money-Making Ideas to Supercharge Your Earnings

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At a certain point, you can’t save any more money; there just isn’t anything left to cut. And really, saving money is not nearly as impactful as making more. So whether you want to increase your income to pay off debt, save for a home, take a vacation, or retire early, we have ways to do it. Here are our favorite money making ideas.

Escape Debt Fast: Low Income, High Impact Strategies

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Not all of us make six figures so paying off debt can be tough. But it’s not impossible. It took time to acquire debt, and it will take some time to pay it off. It’s time to make a plan, make some sacrifices, make extra money to destroy that debt. We will show you can get out of debt fast even on a low income.

Navigating Interest Rates in a Recession, What Happens, and What Not to Do

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Worried we’re heading towards a recession? We have something to help you through it. Read our dos and don’ts during a recession before you make any moves.

Navigating High House Prices: Saving Strategies

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With the median home price in the U.S. at $188,900, how the hell does someone save up for a house?

Scale Your Way to Success: Launch a Business Set to Soar

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There are only so many hours in a day so you need to build a business that can grow while you’re sleeping, on vacation, or working on your next business. You have to do things that scale when starting a business that will take off. 

Stuck In A Rut? How To Get Financially Unstuck

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It’s easy to make the same money mistakes time and again. Before you know it, you’re stuck in a financial rut. This is how to get financially unstuck.

The Clock Is Ticking: Here Are The Best Short-Term Investments

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We often talk about long-term investing but what about investments when the clock is ticking? These are the best short-term investments. 

Unlocking Wealth: Dave Ramsey’s Plan for Financial Freedom

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Reaching your money goals isn’t easy, but it is simple. We’re turn Dave Ramsey’s baby steps into giant steps towards financial freedom.

Recession Fire Drill: $305 Trillion World Debt Edition

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No one can predict when a recession will happen but October was warning of things to come. A recession fire drill if you will. When we understand what a recession is, we can take steps to protect ourselves from the fallout.

Money Can’t Buy Happiness But It Can Buy Financial Freedom

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We discuss why you should stop thinking about money in terms of being rich and instead think about ways it can grant you freedom. USA USA!

Unlocking the Secrets of FIRE: What You Need to Know

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If you read any personal finance blogs or listen to any personal finance podcasts, you’ve probably heard of the FIRE movement. We set about finding the truth about the FIRE movement.

Ultimate Guide to Long-Term Investing

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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.

Unlock Wealth: Why “Listen Money Matters” Is Key

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As we approach our third anniversary at LMM, I wanted to share why Listen Money Matters, Matters. To me and hopefully to you too.

Master Your Money: Monthly Budgeting Simplified

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Trying to take control of your spending? Need to start a monthly budget? This ultimate guide reveals a budget optimization strategy you can use right now.

Buy a House With $0 Down: Skip the 20% and Save

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Are you yearning for a home of your own but short on cash? You can buy a house! Let’s look at ways to buy one with no money.

Slash Your First Apartment Costs: 9 Easy Tips

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Moving into your first place is exciting and daunting at the same time. There is so much you need. For most of us, that need has to be balanced with a limited budget, both in furnishing your place and living there. Here are some first apartment tips that will help you save money.

Essential House Hunting Tips for First-Time Buyers

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Many people dream of buying a house for years they actually begin the process. There’s more to it than picking your favorite listing and moving in. You need to understand the steps of buying a house what to look for when buying, what questions to ask, understand the hidden costs, and how to close on it.

Debt Consolidation: Smart Move or Misstep?

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We have always emphasized that if you have debt, you need a plan to pay it off. Attacking debt with a plan means you will pay it off more quickly and it will cost you less. Debt consolidation seems like it would be a useful tool. But is it, or will it cost you more in the long run?

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