If you live in the U.S. and have a High Deductible Health Plan (generally any health plan with a deductible of at least $1,350) then you likely have access to a Health Savings Account (HSA). In this article, I'm going to make it very clear why you should take advantage of an HSA and why … Continue reading How to outsmart Uncle Sam using your HSA
Side-hustles are all the rage these days, but it can be easier said than done to find the right hustle for you. This past week I entered into the world of paid dog walking. I started a work from home job a few months ago, which has opened up some possible side-hustles. I signed up … Continue reading How I’m earning $100 per week walking dogs
Have you ever wanted to work for a startup? Have you ever wondered where you'd find a job at a startup? If you answered yes to these questions, then this post is for you. I had a strong desire to work for a startup but I had no idea how to get any traction. Then … Continue reading How to get your dream job at a Startup
Alright, now that you’ve read Options Trading (Where to Start?) which taught you how to create a watch list, do some research, and identify a few possible opportunities in the market you are ready “jump in” and start trading options. My goal, in this segment, is to help you maximize your return on those trades and help … Continue reading Options Trading (Getting Started)
By a show of hands, how many people think that personal finance and investing is complicated? Most people have never been formally taught about personal finance or investing, and that's exactly how Wall Street likes it. Lucky for all of you, it's actually much simpler than you think. There are all types of things you … Continue reading How to invest your money
When you think about investments that will make you solid returns I doubt the first thing that comes to mind is purchasing a mobile home. I'll be honest, two months ago, I would have thought the exact same thing, so why have I changed my tune?
I'm primarily an index fund investor, but I think that investing should also be fun. I personally have a "sandbox" account that I use to invest in individual stocks. Assuming you are investing enough in broadly diversified funds, maybe you'd be interested in trying out some other forms of investing (it's usually recommended to use … Continue reading Options Trading (Where to Start?)
If you're into personal finance you've probably heard the term "financially independent," but what does that even mean? Financial independence is the ability to live off the income of your own personal resources. Those personal resources could be stocks, bonds, real estates, businesses, annuities, royalties, or any other investments. Being financially independent (abbreviated as FI) … Continue reading What is financial independence?