Archives for January 2017

Robert Kiyosaki’s CashFlow Quadrant

Who is Robert Kiyosaki?  (You can read his life advice book and biography here:) However, for starters lets give you a background on just one of his many great books, Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant. Robert Kiyosaki’s cashflow quadrant system can be summarized in segments: 1) Employee – this is self-explanatory, but it represents anyone that works […]

Mohnish Pabrai Net Worth

Mohnish Pabrai’s life story is one that everyone aspiring to be wealthly should read. He is someone who did not follow a set path and continued to grow throughout his life. However, there are many pieces that were essential to his success that many do not know about.   Mohnish Pabrai Net Worth : $50 […]

Should You Ever Buy Rental Property Sight Unseen?

When you are making a large purchase, such as a home or a car, most experts agree that it would be absurd to do so without looking it over yourself or hiring it done to make sure you are getting what you are paying for. If you are buying a home specifically, there is usually […]

Improve Financial Health Through Mobile Apps

In year 2017 we find that more and more information and resources are available to us at the touch of a button. Want to know how to make guacamole? Google a recipe and find a cooking video on YouTube. Interested in finding a soulmate? Swipe right on Tinder. Looking for ways to keep track of […]

CreditRepair.com Saved My Marriage

The greatest relationship of my life was in dire peril. My wonderful beautiful wife had just confessed to me her secret love of online shopping. She had a whole secret storage unit in Brooklyn, filled with ill-gotten gains that had been acquired on Amazon without my knowledge. We lived together for five years and she […]

Why Alternative Loan Solutions are Dangerous for the Financially Illiterate

People are considered to be financially illiterate when they lack the education and understanding of fiscal matters and the existing relationship between the financial decisions they make and their future. Financially illiterate people are characterized by the inability to manage personal and commercial financial matters efficiently. Such matters entail insurance, real estate, investment, retirement, and […]

Where to Invest Money in Real Estate

When you invest in the real estate market you can be sure of a few things; the first, that you can put your money in and see returns be it short to long term; the second, whatever you wanted to learn about the property market is already available with a bit of internet searching. Many […]

5 Steps to Complete a Quick Move Now

Moving to a new location can get quite stressful and even more so if you are unprepared. Moving should be something exciting for you and something to look forward to – a new life in a new location, or even the prospect of finally achieving that dream job you’ve been wanting. If you are single, […]

How to Start the Next Facebook and Make Billions (Kind-of)

Okay, so no one is going to give you a direct path to billions (or they would likely take their advice themselves!) Regardless, technology can be a very attractive career path for many young adults, but what does it take to set oneself up for a career in the technology field. Even so, what types […]

Career in Public Service: Worth the Risk?

Many youngsters grow up dreaming to become police officers and fire fighters, mayors, teachers, etc. and it is for good reason. These careers allow one to join a good cause and truly be a hero in their communities. Risking ones life is a noble task, but what many forget is that a career must also […]