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IRS Announces 2019 Tax Rates, Standard Deduction Amounts And More – Kelly Phillips Erb

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced the annual inflation adjustments for more than 60 tax provisions for the year 2019, including tax rate schedules, tax tables and cost-of-living adjustments. These are the numbers for the tax year 2019 beginning January 1, 2019. They are not the numbers and tables that you’ll use to prepare your 2018 tax returns … Continue reading IRS Announces 2019 Tax Rates, Standard Deduction Amounts And More – Kelly Phillips Erb

New Documentary To Show How Far People Go For Financial Independence – Tom Anderson

Scott Rieckens has the zeal of a convert. The 35-year-old first heard about the FIRE (financial independence, retire early) movement in February 2017. Now he is finishing a documentary, Playing With FIRE, which follows his frugal journey from beachy Coronado, Calif., to affordable Bend, Ore., with his wife, Taylor, and their 2-year-old daughter. Along the way, … Continue reading New Documentary To Show How Far People Go For Financial Independence – Tom Anderson

Cryptocurrency TOP Secrets – Learn How To Buy & Sell on The Explosive Cryptocurrency Markets

https://youtu.be/AoGKD1ytMGA When it comes to investing in cryptocurrencies, there are some things that don’t get discussed nearly enough. These things can either help grow and scale your cryptocurrency portfolio, or they could lead you to financial ruin and frustration. Due to the huge amount of content that is posted about cryptocurrencies on a daily basis, … Continue reading Cryptocurrency TOP Secrets – Learn How To Buy & Sell on The Explosive Cryptocurrency Markets

How This Teacher Left The Classroom And Built A Million Dollar Education Business – Robyn D. Shulman

Did you know that nearly one out of five public school teachers hold down a second job during the school year? According to EdWeek, half of teachers with second jobs currently work in a role outside of education, and 5% of teachers take on a second teaching or tutoring job outside of their school districts. … Continue reading How This Teacher Left The Classroom And Built A Million Dollar Education Business – Robyn D. Shulman

22 Microhabits That Will Completely Change Your Life In A Year – Brianna Wiest

Breakthroughs don't change your life. Microhabits do.Benjamin Hardy compares this concept to compounding interest, and how, given the choice, most people would take $1,000,000 in their bank account right now as opposed to a penny that doubles in value over the course of the month.What most people don't realize is that those who take the … Continue reading 22 Microhabits That Will Completely Change Your Life In A Year – Brianna Wiest

How Top Financial Advisors Are Using Behavioral Science To Rethink Your Investments – Halah Touryalai & Ashlea Ebeling

When a longtime client announced she wanted to buy a million-dollar vacation home on Martha’s Vineyard within the next ten years for cash, financial advisor Lori Van Dusen didn’t flinch. The woman and her husband, then both fiftysomething surgeons, were already socking away enough to maintain their lifestyle in retirement. And Van Dusen, founder of … Continue reading How Top Financial Advisors Are Using Behavioral Science To Rethink Your Investments – Halah Touryalai & Ashlea Ebeling

Reaching Financial Independence Through Personal Loans in 4 Steps – Jeff Rose

As a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), I’ve spoken to people who are ready to take better control of their debt, and their financial situation in general, but aren’t sure where to start. There are times when taking out a personal loan can be an advantageous first step – even if the idea of borrowing makes … Continue reading Reaching Financial Independence Through Personal Loans in 4 Steps – Jeff Rose

Women and Money: Why It’s Important to Take Control of Your Finances – Carrie Schwab Pomerantz

I'd like to use this March focus on women to encourage women everywhere to take charge of their finances as an important step in negotiating a better situation for themselves. To me, financial independence is empowering. By taking charge of your finances, you're taking charge of your life. Here are some ideas on how to … Continue reading Women and Money: Why It’s Important to Take Control of Your Finances – Carrie Schwab Pomerantz

Financial Advice For Young People Isn’t Always Right – Erik Carter

One of the things I most often hear from people about personal finance is how much they wish they had learned about it when they were younger. In talking to younger people, I do see a lot of awareness about the importance of financial wellness. Unfortunately, there are also a lot of myths and generalities … Continue reading Financial Advice For Young People Isn’t Always Right – Erik Carter

The Biggest Lever to Manufacture Your Quality of Life and Financial Peace — Choose Your Chaos

The path to being free and fulfilled is, for better or worse, tied to our finances. We work to cultivate better lives for ourselves and our families with the goal of one day being at peace with what we’ve built and enjoying the spoils of our labor (if we so choose). The financial levers at … Continue reading The Biggest Lever to Manufacture Your Quality of Life and Financial Peace — Choose Your Chaos

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