Google Pay Review 2019: The New Info You Need

In a world that is becoming increasingly digital, how we pay is no exception. In this review, we'll take a look at what Google Pay is and where and how to use it. Nowadays, using Google Pay is not only one of the quickest ways to pay - it's also one of the most secure. Also, keep in mind that this app is interchangeable with Apple Pay. They are very similar; the obvious difference being…

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Ten Best Personal Finance Books of All Time

In this post, you will find my list of the best personal finance books of all time. These books will help you investing, build wealth, and increase your net worth. Before we dive in, here is a list of the best personal finance books detailed in this post: Your Money or Your Life, Vicki Robin The Simple Path to Wealth, JL Collins The Total Money Makeover, Dave Ramsey Financial Freedom, Grant Sabatier I Will Teach You…

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How Credit Favors the Wealthy – and Preys upon the Poor

I check my credit report pretty religiously on Credit Karma. Why do I check it so frequently, you? Ohh, I'm not sure. I'm bored? I'm a nerd who actually finds it kind of fun to track? Yeah, both of those reasons are pretty accurate.One of the items on your credit report is derogatory marks: My derogatory marks on Credit Karma. Way to go, me. I never paid much attention to this item - probably because, as you…

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How to Find Cheap Flights to Anywhere

In just two short weeks, I will be on a plane headed to Europe. And I will have paid almost nothing for that ticket. In this post, I'm going to cover how you can easily find cheap flights to anywhere.It seems like there is still a lot of misconception around these trips. People seem to think it's too good to be true or that they could never do it. It's probably much easier to find…

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How Credit Cards Could Help You Reach FI

Financial independence is a central theme of this blog because it's such a powerful concept. And guess what? Credit cards can help you get there. Of course, I always have to qualify these statements by saying that credit cards are not without risk. I'd be remiss to recommend even more cards if you currently hold the average household credit card debt of $8,6836. Your focus in that case should obviously be paying down debt, perhaps…

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Credit Card Rewards: An Update

In an earlier post about credit cards, I talked about their pros and cons. Additionally, I touched upon the rewards of which I am currently taking advantage. Well, I am always looking to make improvements to my finances. I like to think we're all a work in progress to some extent. And, since I no longer have any interest-accruing debt, I have started to dive deeper into credit card rewards. I've already started to make…

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