How To Prepare For World War III: Survival And Money Advice

Once the first dirty bomb detonates in San Francisco, fake news king Mark Zuckerberg has 700 acres of Kauai lands to retreat to (as soon as he gets done suing the native

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Why Is United States Property So Cheap Compared To The Rest Of The World?

One of the biggest conundrums today is trying to understand why the mass media and housing activists keep droning on about how expensive U.S. property prices are, when in reality,

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When Do You Finally Feel Rich?

There’s a saying that goes something like this: To feel rich, take whatever you earn and triple it. Once you get there, triple it again, and again, and again. In

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Mortgage Interest Rates By Race: Who Knew Asians Have It So Good?

As an economics major, I love the Pew Research Center. They come up with the most interesting financial information by race. Instead of treating everybody as equals, they go the government route by

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Career Advice For Women: Blaze Your Own Path Instead!

For the past five years in a row I’ve spent time interviewing with companies during the 4th quarter in preparation for the new year. It’s always good to seek new opportunities and have

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Focus On Trends: Why I’m Investing In The Heartland Of America

Making a small fortune is really fun. You can do so more easily if you can correctly predict a trend. Not only will you earn a much higher return on

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When Is It OK To Forsake Stealth Wealth And Spend Up?

Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird – Ultimate Stealth One of the biggest peculiarities for hard working folks who want to achieve financial freedom is that we often don’t know when to stop grinding.

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The Average New Car Price Is Unbelievably High

If you were to guess what the average new car price is nowadays, what would you guess? I guessed $23,000, since my Honda Fit is sweet and only costs $19,600

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The Financial Samurai Investment Tracker Spreadsheet

One of the great things about following a financial game plan is that if you stick with it long enough you’ll be surprised at how much you’ll end up accumulating.

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Historical 401k Contribution Limits: Employer Profit Sharing Is Significant

When most of us think about how much we can contribute to our 401k, we only think about how much we can contribute as an employee. That limit is $18,000

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