How Investing Early Changes Lives: Compelling Data

Everyone knows that investing early can dramatically change your future. But how much can it actually change? The answer is a lot. Click to jump to a section: Misconception About Investing I know a lot of people that don’t think they need to invest now. I frequently hear people say that they’re going to spend their 20s […]

Quotes from 11 Billionaire Investors about Debt and Finance

There’s no better place to look for financial advice than from the winners of the game. While leverage (debt) can be perceived as a useful tool, you may be surprised at what billionaires think about it. The advice may seem so uncommon, and yet their results are so uncommon. Is it good fortune that created […]

17 Vital Questions to Ask a Financial Advisor When Planning for the Future

Trusting someone to help you plan your future is a big decision, and it’s important to understand the right questions to ask a financial advisor to ensure it’s the right decision for you. The post will cover the many factors to asking the right questions of your potential financial advisor. Hopefully, this will dispel some […]

Calculating the Annualized Rate of Return for Good Financial Planning

Have you ever tried planning for your financial future, only to realize how difficult it is to project into it? This post will cover how calculating the annualized rate of return can give a road map of what kind of future wealth to expect… Click to jump to a section: Question – what is the […]

5 Frugal Living Tips that Only Take Seconds to Implement

Who says you can’t have fun AND save money? Here are some great frugal living tips that keep money in your wallet without killing your lifestyle. The best part? They take almost no time at all… Click to jump to a section: Living in a Non-Frugal Place For the last two years, I lived with […]

Calculating Your Retirement Number Goal Based on Your Retirement Plan

What’s your retirement number? Everyone has different needs, desires, and goals for retirement. Let’s unpack each of those so you can calculate your own retirement number. Click to jump to a section: Find Your Starting Point RETIREMENT! Retirement, from the viewpoint of myself and a vast majority of my acquaintances, is something that a lot […]

Handy Andy’s Lessons: Should I Use Savings to Pay Off Debt?

Not going to lie – times are pretty crazy right now, both globally and also in my own personal life! Sometimes when things get crazy, you can tend to lose track of your own personal strategic plan, and that can be disastrous! I mean, even I, Mr. Invest Everything at All Times, have considered if I […]

Handy Andy’s Lessons: 3 Methods to Save Money from Your Salary

I often hear that people can’t save money because they have none. For many people, this likely isn’t true. Instead, they likely don’t have the proper systems to save money. It’s not hard to learn these methods, but it can be tough to implement, and that’s why I am here to try to show you the way! […]

Hey Andy – Why Do People Invest?

To someone that is not an investor in the stock market, beginning to invest can be absolutely terrifying, and guess what – I 100% understand. It’s easy to get lost in the industry jargon and the numbers people talk about and just be turned off from investing altogether, but I am here to answer the […]

Upside Review: Easy Free Money, or Waste of Time Scam?

You might’ve heard about the Upside app on the radio. Maybe you’re wondering if it’s worth the time. Contributor Andy Shuler took a try with the app to give us his very own unbiased Upside review. Will it save the average person money? Get reading and find out. The average American drove 14,263 miles in […]

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