When Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko wrote “The Millionaire Next Door,” they did a lot of research. One of their surprising discoveries was that many millionaires buy used cars.
You’ve heard the saying: Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. If you drop the basket, or if you bet everything on one stock and it tanks… Well, you get the point. Failing to diversify can be dangerous. You know that when it comes to investments.
I know this isn’t an ideal topic to cover, but it is a big life event that impacts 42% to 45% of first marriages in the United States.
You may be a frequent reader of FFL and trying to make money and save money, but to those with children – are you passing on this information to them?
Sure you drink the free coffee in the break room, but your company might offer a lot more. These are 20 employee benefits to take advantage of.
When it comes to matters personal finance, improving your status quo is a must. You can do this by either cutting down on expenses or earning an extra income. Psychologists have also weighed in on this issue by stating that people are strongly inclined to either saving or spending.
If you’re like a lot of people, you might dream about owning your dream car one day, or saving up for the perfect home for your family. Having dreams like this gives you something to work toward. It’s an end goal to have in sight that keeps you motivated to work hard.
Frugality can be as simple as not buying things you don’t need and buying the cheaper item when you have a choice. But sometimes saving money takes a little more thought than that. And sometimes it takes a little more math.
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