Auto repair shops steadily see a rise in business with the average fleet age at seventeen years old and the average age of personal vehicles at eleven years. Whether you are starting an auto repair shop or trying to grow one you already own, you need equipment. The equipment needed for an auto repair shop … Read moreThe Best Ways to Finance Auto Repair Shop Equipment
What is a stock, and how do I invest? Every company originates from an idea and this idea usually arises from the need to solve a certain problem. For instance, you have identified that customers are not able to access organic fresh produce easily. To solve the problem, you and a few friends co-found a … Read moreWhat is a Stock?
We all know that buying a home is a big decision. In fact, it’s probably the biggest purchase decision you’ll ever make. That’s why choosing the right mortgage is so important. There are so many options when it comes to home loans that the process can be downright confusing, especially for first-time buyers. Choosing the … Read moreA Guide to Choosing the Best Home Loan
While everyone hopes to achieve the financial freedom to live their lives how they wish, everyone’s final goal on the path to financial freedom will look different. Do you want to live a life of comfort and luxury? Perhaps you have some deep passion or cause that you wish to pursue? Maybe for you financial … Read moreThe First 5 Steps on Any Path to Financial Freedom
Do you know about compound interest? Albert Einstein once said that compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. Yet sadly, many people do not fully understand the power behind it. If they did, they might make smarter financial choices and see their finances improve almost immediately. In this post, I’ll walk you through … Read moreWhy Compound Interest Is Critical to Growing Your Wealth
This summer, my family and I are going on a lengthy road trip vacation through the South, touching the states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida, and possibly portions of Alabama and Missouri. We’re intending to visit several sites along the way, including historical areas, museums, national parks, and amusement parks. A big … Read moreThe Value of the Roadside Attraction
When Barclaycard rebranded to “Barclays” and announced they would offer a new travel credit card earlier this year, rewards enthusiasts were ecstatic. The new would offer 2x miles on all purchases like its predecessor, the Barclaycard Arrival Plus® World Elite Mastercard®. Plus, other perks like airport lounge access, no foreign transaction fees, and a Global … Read moreBarclays Arrival® Premier World Elite MasterCard® Review
This is the first entry in an eight-part weekly series that provides a detailed look at the book The Wisdom of Frugality by Emrys Westacott. When I first read The Wisdom of Frugality two years ago, shortly after its publication, I was struck more than anything about the depth of the connection between philosophy and … Read moreThe Wisdom of Frugality: What Is Simplicity?
If you’re a veteran who’s thinking of purchasing a home or refinancing the home you have, you may want to consider a VA loan instead of conventional financing. This government loan program was created to help members of the armed forces, veterans, and eligible surviving spouses become homeowners. VA loans come with plenty of perks. … Read moreWhen Veterans Should (and Shouldn’t) Use a VA Loan
If there was one financial move that I executed well during my first few years of professional life, it was my decision to save heavily for retirement right off the bat. My first post-college employer offered a great retirement plan and offered robust matching and my mentor, whom I trusted deeply, told me I should … Read moreThe Snowball Effect of Retirement Savings