Guest Posts

Today's post comes from Mari as she writes on the topic of investing. I like this post since it offers a few options I'm not 100% familiar with, such as real estate investing. Anyway, share your comments below after reading and we can see which methods have worked for others in the past. Mari writes for Loansolutions [...]

Today's guest post comes from Johnny Bravo over at If you like his article on passive income, check out his Facebook page as well! Without further ado, Johnny will take it away: Simply put, the ability to generate income on a consistent basis, with minimal and quite often no involvement. This is money that flows [...]

Today's post comes from Elsie Brown where she takes a humorous approach to some of the lessons she's learned from making compromises to live more frugally on ramen. Elsie is a blogger, student, and all around cheapskate who writes about how we can all live better on less. Read more on or follow her on Twitter @Gundo_Money. Let [...]

After lurking on many personal finance blogs for years, David launched in March 2016. He is on a mission to “Restore Order to the World of Finance." He would be honored if you would check out his blog, follow FinanceSuperhero on Twitter, and “Like” the FinanceSuperhero Facebook page. Note: Special thanks to Matt for allowing me to share [...]

Today's guest post comes from Kate, a tax lawyer. Since entering the workforce, Kate has been enjoying a six digit increase in her net worth every year from aggressive saving, sensible investment strategy and efficient tax planning. In her free time, Kate shares tax saving and money tips on her blog Tax Optimized Investment to help [...]

Today’s post comes from JW at If you’re unfamiliar with JW’s story then I’ll recommend checking out his great site or following him on Twitter @TheGreenSwan1. In short, The Green Swan is a metaphor coined to describe a deliberate approach to managing and investing money with a major effect: wealth accumulation, financial independence and early [...]

Today's post on the real costs of poor planning comes from Mr. Apathy Ends. When you get a chance, check out the great articles he is writing on his blog or follow him on Twitter @Apathy_Ends. “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ―Benjamin Franklin Last month, we were having a few consistent quality [...]