Earn 3x+ the Average Income without a Degree! SaaS Sales

Earn 3x+ the Average Income without a Degree! SaaS Sales

The average individual income in the United States is $36,000. I was able to earn that with no relevant job experience, no college degree required, and without having to relocate by getting a job as a SaaS BDR. In 1-year, I was earning double the average income and above the average household income in the United States and now I stand to make 3x - 5x the average income. No prerequisites required.

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Value, Growth & Risk - Intelligent Investing in Great Businesses

Value, Growth & Risk - Intelligent Investing in Great Businesses

We all want to earn a high return on our investment. That’s the entire purpose of investing. To commit cash today for the opportunity to receive more cash in the future. Our purpose for investing is not that different than the goals of a business; to generate profits for its owners. As investors, we can align our philosophy with that of the businesses we seek to invest in.

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The Ultimate Guide to Marriage Credit Scores

The Ultimate Guide to Marriage Credit Scores

It’s vitally important to understand how marriage can affect your credit score. It’s often lost in the excitement of the moment and the thrill in combining lives with one another. When you get married, your credit scores (or reports) won't merge with your spouse. Joint accounts you share may appear on both of your credit reports, but your credit history will remain independent.

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Sticky Note Financial Independence: Everything You Need to Know to Save, Get out of Debt, and Build Wealth

If you take all of the financial guru’s of the past, present, and (likely) future, you can distill their shticks down to a basic acronym. The B.E.S.T. Method to Achieve Financial Independence. Budgeting, Emergency Fund, Savings Rate, and Total Stock Market.

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Kids Allowance: Spend, Save, Give and Creating Teachable Money Moments

Determining a family allowance Strategy is an exercise in trial and error. Not all strategies will work for all kids. After having three boys, I can say that no kid is truly the same. The goal of an allowance isn’t to simply giving equal pay for equal work, but rather to create teachable moments. By providing a weekly allowance, we are consistently reinforcing positive money messaging with our kids.

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Increasing Household Net Worth for Improved Financial Health

Understanding your net worth is one of the best actions you can take for your finances. Net worth is simply the total value of your assets less the total value of your liabilities. For many people, this may be a negative number, but rest assured, there are actions you can take today to improve your net worth.

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Calculating, Tracking and Increasing Net Worth

Calculating your net worth is a valuable action you can take today to better understand your current financial health. Once you’ve calculated your net worth, you can then track your net worth using tools and software. Finally, you can increase your net worth by generating free cash flow and allocating the surplus cash each and every month.

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FIRE Calculator: Determine Your FIRE Number, Time To FIRE and Retirement Income

A financial independence retire early (FIRE) calculator can be a great resource to visualize your path to financial independence. We built a FIRE calculator that provides several key functions. Use it to determine your FIRE number, how long it may take to FIRE, and what your retirement income looks like today vs. at your FIRE goal.

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The Richest Man in Babylon Review: A Timeless Personal Finance Book

The Richest Man in Babylon is a series of financial parables first written in 1926. Its original form was that of separate financial management pamphlets. It wasn’t until 1927 that these pamphlets were pulled together to form the book that would remain in print ever since.

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How to Implement a Zero-Based Budget with a Family

Implementing a Zero-based budget is an effective way to take control of your household finances. By tracking your income and estimating your future expenses, you can plan for the upcoming month. By starting each month with a plan for our money, we can spend less, save more, and invest for the future.

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