Tag: personal finance

Money & Personal Finance: top articles this week (5)

Phew, the madness is over. While we don’t live in the US and we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving (hope you had […]

Personal finance: Do you celebrate financial milestones? Should you?

I found out about this habit some people have to celebrate their financial milestones and it made me think about […]

Money earning opportunities: how to stay away from SCAMS

One thing is sure: there are money making opportunities for the people who are willing to put in the work […]

Home based business: how flexible are you when it comes to working during weekends?

We had a pretty rough end of the week (me and my main client). His sites were attacked (we think […]

Personal finance: never stop learning

We’re close to 2014, in a time when the information is literally everywhere you look. Whether it’s about your own […]

Money & Personal Finance: top articles this week (4)

It’s Sunday, another week has passed. In the personal finance blogosphere we have at least few articles that are clearly […]

Money & Personal Finance: top articles this week (3)

Hello to you all on this lovely Sunday morning (lovely just so that I’m not rude, it looks like November […]

Small business: Always set a good hourly rate

I was actually sure today I’ll have a relaxed day (and won’t bother you with an article), but I remembered […]

Money & Personal Finance: top articles this week (2)

Another week is ending and it’s been an active one, regarding the personal finance blogging. Since it’s Sunday and you […]

Personal finance things my grandma taught me

My grandmother was my first personal finance ‘guru’ and she’s been my real mother for almost 4 decades. Since she […]

Money & Personal Finance: top articles this week (1)

I am currently ‘monitoring’ over 150 blogs on personal finance, traveling etc. and was able to find some pretty nice […]

Personal Finance: There is no such thing as ‘good’ debt

Most adults have been in debt or are currently paying off various loans. There’s a small percentage of people who […]

Emergency fund: why is it important and how to grow it faster

‘No need to save money for emergencies, we’ll always spend it‘. Sounds familiar? Does it seem like, anytime you were […]

Dave Ramsey – The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness

Since losing my job and being forced into full time freelancing (paying debt and saving, too), I started reading more […]

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