8 Smart Wealth-Based Items to Help You Know When You’re Ready to Invest

When to Start Investing

Lots of people get excited about investing – seeing the returns people are able to make and knowing you can relax during retirement (or even just actually retire) is exciting. So let’s make sure you’re ready to invest. There’s 8 items to consider before you start investing. It’s a good idea to be in a…

Continue Reading →

5 Excellent Wealth Minded Benefits of Investing Your Money

Benefits of Investing

Ever thought, “Maybe I don’t really need to start investing right now; I still have awhile before I retire.” Or maybe this has been more your thought, “I know I should be investing, I’ll eventually get around to it.” Whatever your reason for not investing yet, I’ve got 5 benefits of investing to help motivate…

Continue Reading →

6 Practical Wealth Centered Ideas to Invest Your Expendable Income In & Make Your Money Work For You

6 Ideas for Investing Your Income

I’ve been asked a lot by my friends, what should I be investing my money in? I want to have enough for retirement, but I’m just not sure where to start. So today I want to give you 6 practical ideas that you can invest your expendable money (income) in so you can make your…

Continue Reading →

Save Smart, Earn More Book Review

Save Smart Earn More Book Review

Here’s some great tips for investing in stocks, options, real estate and more. Save Smart, Earn More – The New Rules for Retirement Investing by Dennis Blitz is a great read to help you get started in investing or help you improve your investing skills. In my book review, I’ve pulled out some helpful investing…

Continue Reading →

Control Your Financial Destiny – Book Review

Control Your Financial Destiny

Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny by Suze Orman is one of my favorite books about getting your financial life organized. Suze Orman gives a great overview of all the financial elements, from what to invest in for your Roth IRA and what to have in your home insurance, it’s a great all-inclusive book.…

Continue Reading →

How to Create a Simple Budget

How to Create a Budget

Get overwhelmed trying to create a budget? I’ve got a simple way to create a very quick budget to help you at least get an idea of where you are with your income versus your expenses. This is helpful for those with irregular monthly income as well. As a side note, I like to call budgets,…

Continue Reading →

3 Super Simple Steps to Start Investing in Stocks

Investing in Stocks

Want to start investing in stocks (or buying stocks)? Now is a good time, while the stock market is low. People get scared when stocks start to drop, but that’s when I get excited. Buy low, sell high. I’ll show you in 3 easy steps how to start investing in stocks. I wish I would…

Continue Reading →

9 Essential Items on How to Rent your Rental

Rent Your Rental

Want to know how to rent your house? Trying to rent my rental home was more difficult than I thought it would be. Rent your house faster and easier than I did with these valuable tips I learned about ‘renting your house.’ #1. How much can I rent my house for? How much you rent…

Continue Reading →

Watch TV, Get Rich – Book Review

Watch TV, Get Rich

Want to know the best way to invest your money? Me too. So let’s learn from the experts. Tips for picking stocks, buying stocks, selling stocks and general investing are offered by Jim Cramer (from the TV show Mad Money) in his book ‘Jim Cramer’s Mad Money: Watch TV, Get Rich.‘ I’ve compiled investing notes…

Continue Reading →

Rich or Poor? You Choose. – Book Review

Rich Dad Poor Dad Book Review

If you’re looking for a new way to look at making money, investing money, protecting your money and much more, I’ve posted some great tips from the book I recently read, Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money-That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not! by Robert Kiyosaki Hopefully…

Continue Reading →

Page 2 of 3