5 Tasks We Need To Complete In Order To Sell Our Home Quickly

5 Tasks We Need To Complete In Order To Sell Our Home QuicklyWe are still debating on when we would like to sell our home, but we are thinking it will be sooner than what we originally thought.

This means I would like to start doing stuff to our home now so that we are not stressed and intimidated by it all later.

When the time does come for us to list our house, I do not want to rush to complete all of the tasks and I would like to relax a little more (if that’s at all possible when selling a home).

Some might think I’m crazy to start this early but it’s just who I am.

We want to improve our home so that it will be more presentable, it will hopefully sell quicker, and hopefully we can sell it for the price we are wanting to sell it for.

Below are some of the things we plan on doing in order to help our home sell better. There are other things we will be doing as well (such as removing personal belongings like picture frames) but those don’t need to be done until right before our house is actually on the market. [Read more…]

How I Maxed Out my Roth IRA On a $28K Salary

How I Maxed Out my Roth IRA On a $28K Salary

Hello! Today I have a post written from a blog friend of mine. I was able to meet her at FinCon and talk to her quite a bit. She has a great blog and I definitely recommend that you check it out.

There’s a myth out there that you need to be rich to get started investing for retirement.

You may think that first you have to pay off all of your student loans. Then you need to squirrel away $25,000 in savings. Maybe buy a house. Start earning an income of $100,000 each year. Only THEN would you consider yourself “qualified” enough to become a Capital-I Investor.

The problem is: waiting too long can threaten your ability to retire at all.

Because here’s the deal—the math is in your favor to start as early as possible. Even if that means starting with a measly $100 or so. (Seriously!)

If you need a refresher, here’s why, in math terms. [Read more…]

Monthly Income Report Roundup – My Favorite Income Bloggers

Monthly Income Report Roundup - My Favorite Income BloggersRecently, a reader asked if I could create a roundup post of my favorite bloggers who publish monthly income reports.

I thought this was a great idea, as there are a ton of amazing bloggers out there who are kind enough to share how much they make from blogging (and other related services) each month.

As a little refresher: Every month I publish a monthly online income report. I publish these monthly income reports for many reasons.

Before I started blogging, I knew nothing about side hustling and making money online. I didn’t think side hustles were worth the time, and I thought the only way to really increase your income was through your day job through raises and promotions. If it weren’t for others publishing their monthly income reports each month, I don’t know if I would have ever attempted side hustling. I want to help others see the positives in side hustling and how it can change your life.

I also like to publish my income reports each month because it is a great way for me to reflect on the previous month, learn from any mistakes I may have made, and to also see what areas I need to start working harder in.

I believe these two reasons are why a lot of other bloggers choose to share their monthly earnings as well. It’s a great motivator and it shows that you can actually make money doing something that you enjoy.

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