Being a Lawyer vs Being an Electrician: Net Worth Simulations

Here's what you can learn about electricians, lawyers (and other career paths) by running some comparisons with the Wealth Meta Income and Spending Simulator.

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Being a Lawyer vs Being an Electrician: Net Worth Simulations

Being a Lawyer vs Being an Electrician: Net Worth Simulations

Here's what you can learn about electricians, lawyers (and other career paths) by running some comparisons with the Wealth Meta Income and Spending Simulator.

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Why I’m Not in a Hurry to Pay off My Student Loans

Why I’m Not in a Hurry to Pay off My Student Loans

Being aggressive towards debt has a time and place. With high interest debt, yes, annihilate it. With low interest debt, such as student loans, read on to discover the trade offs.

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Being a Plumber vs. Being a Software Developer - Net Worth Simulations

Being a Plumber vs. Being a Software Developer - Net Worth Simulations

Here’s what you can learn about plumbers vs software developers / software engineers (and other career paths) by running some comparisons on the Wealth Meta Income and Spending Simulator.

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6 Ways to Exponentially Grow Your Net Worth

6 Ways to Exponentially Grow Your Net Worth

Building your net worth is the key to financial success. There are several simple methods anyone can use to improve their net worth. By boosting your income and assets while reducing your liabilities, you can …

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7 Ways to Live a Prosperous Life in Retirement for Free

7 Ways to Live a Prosperous Life in Retirement for Free

Focusing on money alone is not enough to enjoy a life of prosperity in your golden years. Here are some other things you can do that are 100% free.

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How to Organize and Secure Your Financial Documents

How to Organize and Secure Your Financial Documents

Organizing your finances is a great way to help you save time and money as well as offer peace of mind. Here are five steps to get you started, including ways to keep your financial …

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Being a Doctor vs. Being a Software Developer - Net Worth Simulations

Being a Doctor vs. Being a Software Developer - Net Worth Simulations

Here’s what you can learn about doctors, software developers / software engineers (and other career paths) by running some comparisons on the Wealth Meta Income and Spending Simulator.

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7 Things You Can Do Today to Boost Your Financial Well-Being

7 Things You Can Do Today to Boost Your Financial Well-Being

Getting a handle on your finances may seem like a monumental task. However, when you’re able to make daily progress, you build your financial confidence in no time. If you want to better manage your …

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Is it a Hobby or a Business - Tax Implications and Perks

Is it a Hobby or a Business - Tax Implications and Perks

Do you have a hobby that creates a bit of cash flow? In this post we explore the gray area between a hobby and business and the tax considerations both situations.

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A Reverse Bucket List for Financial Freedom

A Reverse Bucket List for Financial Freedom

When it comes to financial goals, avoiding certain things can be just as important as taking action on others. Here are some things NOT to do when it comes to financial freedom.

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How to Become A Lawyer Without Debt

How to Become A Lawyer Without Debt

Did you know you can become a lawyer in the United States without going to law school (and without suffering under a mountain of debt)?

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5 Ways Your Social Circle May Be Costing You a Secure Financial Future

5 Ways Your Social Circle May Be Costing You a Secure Financial Future

It may be hard to notice at first, but your friends may be costing you a secure financial future. In order to avoid the potential negative influence of our friends, here are 5 trends you …

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Are Flexible Spending Accounts Killing Your Retirement Benefits?

Are Flexible Spending Accounts Killing Your Retirement Benefits?

Flexible spending accounts give you a tax break in the short term but come with some drawbacks, including the fact that they reduce your social security benefits. We ran the numbers and went in depth …

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