Tagged: Financial Plan

Pay Off Debt Or Save Money – Is One Better For You?

Should you pay off debt or save money? I wish this was a super easy article where I could just give you a clear answer about whether you should pay off debt or save money, but that’s just not how personal finance works. Every situation is different, and today, I’d like to go over different […]

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What Does ARV Mean in Real Estate?

Real estate investors often consider the after-repair value, or ARV, of a piece of real estate when deciding whether a deal is worth pursuing. The ARV is an estimate of what the property will be worth after all the needed … Continue reading →

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How to Retire in Sweden: Costs, Visas and More

Sweden is one of the most sought-after countries in the world. It offers an excellent quality of life for retirees with beautiful landscapes and historic, walkable cities to enjoy. The archipelagoes on both the nation’s East Coast and West Coast, … Continue reading →

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How I Repaid $65,000 In Student Loans and Invested at the Same Time

Today, I have a great guest post to share. Here is how this person paid off $65,000 in student loans all while investing at the same time. Student loans… everyone’s got ‘em everyone wants to get rid of them. This is a story of my battle with student loans and how I found success in […]

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6 Reasons to Try the FIRE Movement

The idea behind FIRE is if you can earn more money, live on less, and save and invest the rest, you can cut years — or even decades — off of your working career. Of course, the FIRE movement has its problems.  Not everyone can save 50% or more of their income to work toward […]

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