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Millennials Should Look at Retirement in a New Way

The following is a guest post from Riley at Young and the Invested. Everywhere you look, Millennials seem to be killing something.  Whether it’s traditional products, definitions of convenience, working demands, or some other societal convention -- we constantly receive a bad rap.  Despite this, we manage to get by. […]

How to Sell Your Old Mobile Devices for Top Dollar

The following is a sponsored post. I don’t know about you, but I have several old cell phones and an iPad laying around the house. They’re laying around because I haven’t figured out what to do with them. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to sell your old mobile devices that were easy and available online? Of course, the carriers would love to take them off your hands for you. […]

7 Reasons Why Retirement Scares Rich People

The following is a guest post from Bernz JP, the blogger behind  The impending retirement crisis in the US has most of the population quaking in fear, imagining a bleak future where they clutch shakily to a wooden staff with all their worldly belonging tied in a bunch at the end, trudging the payment on old tired feet, begging for handouts…. Ok. […]

Why Having a Positive Money Mindset Can Help You Become Wealthy

The following is a guest post from DollarSprout. When it comes to building wealth, there are many technical steps and strategies you can follow. And if those technical strategies are what you are lacking, there is no shortage of expert information available. One piece that is often forgotten, however, is the impact an optimistic money mindset can have on your financial success. […]

Three Biggest Mistakes Redditors Make When Writing Their Resume

The following post is by ESI from ESI Money, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). It’s written by an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence, shares what’s worked for him, and details how others can implement those successes in their lives. […]

Abundance vs Lack Mentality: Is Lack Holding You Back?

The following is a guest post from Melissa Blevins at The main idea behind the classic book As a Man Thinketh by James Allen is that man is the sum of his thoughts. In other words, if you think negatively, you'll reap negative consequences. […]

Early Retirement Strategy: How to Retire on Less Money

The following is a guest post from Your Money Geek. Planning for early retirement can be intimidating. The available information online varies widely on how much money you will need to retire. […]

Real Estate Investing and Expecting the Unexpected

The following is a guest post by Riley from Young and the Invested.  Real estate investing often meets unexpected pitfalls, such as acquiring a money pit, handling overly needy tenants, or buying in an area which did not measure up to your expectations. […]

LINK by Prudential Review - Your Roadmap for Investing, Insurance, and Financial Direction

The following is a guest post from Hank Coleman at Money Q&A. This review is sponsored by Prudential. All opinions are from the author. Personal finance is just that - personal. In today's world of smartphone apps and fintech, it's often hard for consumers to receive detailed and actionable financial strategies online. […]

The Power Of $25 A Day To Reach Your Financial Goals

The following is a guest post by Scott from Making Momentum. After listening to countless hours of the best personal finance podcasts and pouring over the top recommended books on money, there were two concepts ever-present. Manage your spending like the Millionaire Next Door and continue to diversify your income streams or make focused efforts to grow existing ones. […]