I admit I am a frugal person. One of the ways I am frugal is that I cut my own hair. Yes, I admit it…and you did read that correctly….I cut my own hair. This started when I was in college and had to make the choice between pizza or paying for a haircut. The pizza won out!
I am always looking for opportunities. Using a saved Zillow search, I came across a townhouse near the coast that caught my attention (not ocean front…I can’t afford that!). It had a good location, good rental history, and a reasonable price.
I contacted the listing agent to get more info including getting info on the townhome HOA/Regime fees, taxes/insurance, and about any special hurricane insurance needs. I received an unusual response:
So here I am again, working to determine the investment strategy I want to follow to hopefully lead me to a path of financial independence. This post will tackle something that I have wondered… Which strategy is better? Dividend Growth or Total Returns? I know there are a lot of passionate bloggers for each approach. This post will explore my thoughts and an analysis to help me think about it.
Congrats to the Class of 2017! I hope you find have found jobs that will be challenging and will lead to a long career in your chosen area.
This post explores the likely progression of your salary over time.
Let’s look at a simulation to see how your Salary will likely grow by your age.
One of my favorite restaurants is Chipotle, and it is one of the favorite restaurants of Millennials.
I always try to figure out the best deal when I go to a restaurant, and there is a good way to enjoy Chipotle and not break the bank.
Here is my method: