Once again, it’s Friday, which means it’s time for the Friday Web Roundup. This week, I’ve come across a number of intriguing articles on personal finance, and I’d like to share them with you here. In addition, I’ll introduce you to a brand-new blog that you’ll like reading. And with that, let us begin!
Roundup of Personal Finance Websites
It’s hard to blog. It’s no secret to anyone who reads this site than I took a 4 break. For the sake of my health and well-being, I needed a break from writing. Even Max Your Freedom admits that blogging is difficult for him. Max To assist you get this out of your blogging slump, he offers some helpful advice. Part-time blogging can be difficult!
I’m not a dividends investor, despite the fact that I’m aware of people that do so. Why Selling Shares Is Better Than Collecting Dividends, as explained by Physician on Fire.
When my college loans are paid off, I’ll be faced with the decision of what to do the mortgage. At CYInnovations, Chris has opted to pay off his debt in full. Oh, and he would include a handy-dandy spreadsheet for mortgage repayment. In light of the fact that… There is no more for me to take! My Mortgage Debt Is Getting Destroyed Right Now!
The latte factor is something you’ve probably heard of. Let’s not forget about the $7,500 Watch. Great information is provided by Dad’s Dollar Debts in this post.
Having a second opinion from such a financial advisor regarding your investment portfolio may sound like a good idea to some people.. Investment second opinions are of little use, according to One Percent Decisions in their essay.
The 4 percent rule is an important aspect of retirement planning, but it has significant drawbacks. On a major issue, Our Next Life delves into The Fundamental Issue also with 4% Rule.
New Post on This Blog 99to1percent
It’s been a month since I started this blog. However, based on their performance in the first month, they appear to be off to a tremendous start. As they put it, they want to “reach people all over the world who are enthusiastic in progress and prosperity and upward mobility and frugality and saving and investing and being debt free, self sufficiency and/or early retirement.”