This article is part of the Money Matters for All Ages group writing project being conducted by the M-Network and other blogging friends. See the bottom of this article for the full list of participants and links to their articles. Please check back daily, as I will update the links as new articles are posted! … Read moreMoney Matters for All Ages – The Chaotic Thirties
Financial Freedom and Personal Finance Success by Moolanomy.comMoolanomy Personal Finance Blog is home to the 12 Steps Guide to Financial Freedom and Personal Finance Success. We discuss financial concepts in an easy to understand language to help you improve your finances and better your life.
On Monday night, I stumbled upon the Dave Ramsey Prime Time on Fox Business Network Show and stopped channel surfing to watch it. I heard about Dave Ramsey through my friends — many of whom greatly admire him (e.g., Ana, Randall, Lynnae, Gibble, and Mrs. Micah). Personally, I like how he helps thousands of people get … Read moreDave Ramsey’s College Savings Advice
This article shares six alternative income ideas, including investing for cash, side business, seasonal income opportunities, rental income, part-time job, and royalties/patents income.
As his readers most likely know, Pinyo and his wife are expecting a baby. In fact, why you’re seeing this post I wrote for Pinyo is most likely because they’ve had the baby and are off in the hospital or at home enjoying their new little bundle of joy. Having had two babies of my … Read more10 “Preparing for Baby” Tips for the Frugal-Minded
In “Using Pareto Principle to Improve Personal Finance” post, I demonstrated how we could use the Pareto principal to focus our limited resources on the things that will give us the most benefits. Raymond from Money Blue Book commented: Interesting concept — so is it suggesting that I would be better of not trying to … Read moreQuick Wins, Pareto, and Personal Finance
“I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to GEICO.” I am sure you heard that famous line before. In this post, I will share my story about how I saved $1,145 per year, or 30% off my original insurance bills — and it wasn’t with GEICO. It all started … Read moreI Just Saved a Bunch of Money on My Insurance
It always pains me to see good people stuck in jobs that are obviously well under their capabilities. On the opposite end, how some people ended up with their great jobs occasionally surprise me. This made me think about my own career, and wondered if luck has anything to do with getting a good job? … Read moreGetting a Good Job is a Matter of Luck?
In the previous lesson with my wife, I taught her about various investment vehicles available at our disposal. This time we discussed choosing the right tool for the job; that is, choosing the best investment option available for various savings goals. Photo from morgueFile Common Savings Goals First, we reviewed some of the more common … Read moreChoosing the Right Account for Common Savings Goals
My 401((k) asset allocation is too aggressive. I have been reading a few books (e.g., The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham and Wise Investing Made Simple by Larry E. Swedroe), as well as a few investing sites. I am now at a point where I think 100% equity asset allocation for my 401(k) is too … Read moreChanging My 401(k) Asset Allocation
When I mentioned that I failed to get into a medical school, Jonathan of My Money Blog said, “The main thing is that if you go into medicine for the money, you’ll be much less likely to succeed and the money won’t be worth it.” I fully agree with his comment and it reminds me … Read moreThe Three Stonecutters