How Many Hours Do Millionaires Work?

You must pay the cost to be the boss. Everyone wants to be a millionaire without acutely appreciating what it takes to become a millionaire. Over 20 percent of new businesses fail within the first year of operations. After 5 years, 50 percent of new businesses fail. It takes more than, ‘want,” to become a millionaire. If you are wondering

Here are the Best Cities to Live in for Telecommuting

When I was a child, I was a big fan of the Benny Hill show. He was a raunchy English comedian who specialized in intricate political jokes, show tunes, limericks, satire, and cavorting with scantily clad dancers while acting as the butt of his own jokes. It was created in the 1950s and aired for almost 50 years. It was

How Can I Become a Millionaire With No Money?

The aim of becoming rich is not to have a lot of money. Being rich means always having options in life. Being rich affords you options you couldn’t consider if you’re working class or poor. Still, when you make your own fortune, instead of being given one, you have more of an incentive to learn how to keep it. You

Using a Retirement Fund Loan to Buy a House

The hardest part of home ownership is not buying a home. It’s keeping that home. It's an uphill battle for many people to even attempt to buy a home. I have been renting for most of my life. I decided that owning a home would be too impossible an objective to achieve. Furthermore, I was financially irresponsible, financially illiterate, and

How To Deal With Debt Collectors When You Can’t Pay

  The creation of debt is usually caused by avoidable misunderstandings on the part of the borrower and lender. For example, the borrower assumes they can repay the debt. The lender assumes the borrower will do so. Culpability must always be kept in mind as you learn how to deal with debt collectors. The average person owes over $90,500

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Contracted COVID-19? Borrow $100K From Your 401(k) Via the CARES Act

  This pandemic has brought out an aggressively paranoid hypochondriac in me. Several weeks ago, I woke up horribly nauseous. The room began spinning. I was mentally dizzy. My vision was spinning. I was as weak as a newborn faun. Getting out of bed and walking to the bathroom, a journey of several steps, might as well have been a

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