Category: Guest Author

Aug 02

Olympic Gold Medal For Those Wanting Help Getting Out Of Debt

The Olympics is one of the most enduring expressions of human excellence. Millions of people around the world tune in to the games to be inspired by the skills and courage on display. Those who win medals are feted as modern day heroes. However, there are times when even the most celebrated athletes show a …

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Nov 15

Why the Self-Investment of Higher Education is Worth It

Education costs continue to rise and many college graduates are working lousy jobs with no relation to their field of study. For a time, I was counted among their number, but I’ve begun to see the subtle benefits of having a college education, even if it’s not paying off big time right now. Thanks to my …

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Jul 18

5 Steps Before Renting Rooms In Primary Residences

The following post is a guest post from Tali Wee at Zillow. Many homeowners at one point or another consider renting out rooms in their houses to help pay for their mortgages. In theory, earning money for unused space is an advantageous opportunity. However, renting out a room in a primary residence involves taking legal …

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Feb 04

How to Make Your Move Overseas Easier

The following is a guest post. If you’re interested in submitting a guest post please e-mail me at: A global economy and digital age has many Americans pursuing a life overseas. The destinations and motives behind moving abroad are equally varied. Low cost lifestyles and affordable healthcare are attracting Americans to South America, Mexico …

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Jan 24

3 Financial Tips for Recent Graduates

Today’s post is brought to you by friend, and fellow personal finance blogger, Jacob. Jacob is a Ph.D. student, husband and one half of the Cash Cow Couple. He and his wife and paid off nearly $20,000 of debt in 8 months on a very modest salary. They now teach others how to do the same. …

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