Rental Property Empire Update #1

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Wow. I do not remember the last time I talked about my rental properties on this blog or shared how we are doing income/expense wise. I guess it’s time I fill you guys in on how we are really doing. I tell you this as we close on our 7th rental property.

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4 Ways to Stay On Top of Expenses When You’re Unemployed


This is guest from Lauren at L Bee and the Money Tree. Leave a comment to say hello! – Very few people actually want to be unemployed. Still, it happens. Even if you’re prepared with an emergency fund, or second income (such as a spouse’s income or freelance gig) to fall back on, it’s definitely [...]

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Brain Hack: Using Financial Anxiety as a Tool

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Financial anxiety got you down? The economic recession, depression, recovery, sputtering recovery,and so on, can be a downer for anyone. No wonder you may be feeling a bit uneasy about your personal finances. Good grief, some of the economic news out there is enough to send you running to your neighborhood pharmacy for some sort [...]

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Confessions of A Father – Part 1

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Oddly, I haven’t introduced my blog to my personal life much. I’m not sure why, but I seem to find it easier to do on other platforms like Instagram and Facebook. However, if you’ve read my post Confessions of a Fatherless Child, you’re probably wondering how things are going with me as a new father.

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Foreign Exchange Tips for Small Businesses


If you are a small business that’s about to venture out into the global market where you need to have access to various currencies, check out these tips on how to get the best foreign exchange deals for your company.

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How Failing to Take Care of your Boiler Could Cost You!

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 Your boiler is an integral part of your whole home heating system, but the first time many of us think about it is when something goes wrong.,If your boiler is not working correctly, then other parts of your heating system can fail. This would not only leave you without heating to warm yourself but could [...]

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I Challenged My Wife To Fix Our Budget – Month 1 Update


Last time we talked about this in I Challenged my Wife to Fix our Budget, I explained to you how having our love bug has raised our expenses by nearly 50% in the house category. I also talked about how it was time for a change, and I turned over the budget to my wife and [...]

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10 Tips for the Newly Re-Employed—an Office Etiquette Refresher


Unemployment compensation claim numbers continue to fall, which suggests that the job market may be opening up, although slowly. I hope you were one of the lucky ones that managed to snag a position. If so, take a few minutes to refresh your memory on these points of office etiquette.

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