Monthly Archives: April 2018

A 2-minutes financial assessment

Depending on how you answer, it’ll mean you’re either a Warren Buffett, MC Hammer, or Macaulay Culkin, haha… At least according to CO-OPCreditUnions.org who devised this fun little ditty.

Here we go…. Answer “Always”“Sometimes,” or “Never” for each of the following statements, and then see below for the answer key. Come on Warren Buffett, come on Warren Buffett!!

Five proven ways to diversify your portfolio

The biggest mistake that you can make when it comes to building your wealth is to rely only on your own labor. Regardless of how talented you might be, regardless of how well paid you might be, and regardless of how hard working you might be, there is a limit to how many hours you can work in a day. So, the best model to follow when it comes to building wealth is to invest your money. Put your money to work for you, allowing it to grow more money.

9 ways to watch free movies

Watching movies at home is something I love to do with my family when we’re not able to get outside or just want to relax. We often watch free movies online as a form of frugal entertainment that lets us enjoy a movie without spending a lot of money.

How to retire 15 years earlier

I wanted to further explain how low expenses lead to early retirement by taking a look at a case study.

Be a Super Saver

Let’s explore the lives of two fraternal twins, tragically torn apart at birth (not in the separating conjoined twins sense, but rather in the figurative sense).  To protect their true identities, I have carefully crafted cover identities.  Each sibling led similar lives.  They went to college, studied engineering and obtained good jobs right out of college at age 21 earning $60,000 per year.