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Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Guest Post

By |March 17th, 2011|Categories: Blog, Life|Tags: , |

Happy St. Patrick's Day Thousandaire readers! If you can't tell by my last name, I have a lot of Irish in me (although my dad was adopted so I'm not a McKee by blood. I'm a Delaney, which is just as Irish). The point is, I'm wearing a lot of green today and I'm pinching the crap out of people

5 Home Upgrades That Are Actually Worth the Investment

By |May 24th, 2017|Categories: General Personal Finance|

Today we have a guest post for you from Anum Yoon. Upgrading your home can be a great way to make an old building feel new, get some extra floor space, or improve the overall value of your home. Unfortunately, it can be hard to tell which upgrades are going to be worth the money you’re putting into them and

Relocating Abroad? How to Prepare Financially

By |March 16th, 2017|Categories: General Personal Finance|

  This is a guest post from Pauline of InvestmentZen.com In the past 12 years, I have lived in four foreign countries, on three continents. While it has been amazing for the most part, there are also things I wish I had known before relocating, and that is why today I would like to share my tips with anyone who

Investing Is Easier Than You Think

By |December 21st, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

Today we have a guest post from fellow blogger, Jon. Enjoy! If you do a search online about investing, you are going to get a lot of search results. Because of this, many investors, both new and old are overwhelmed. They feel that investing and being successful as an investor is a complicated task. In reality though, investing is relatively

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A Million is Just a Thousand Thousands

By |August 29th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

This is a guest post from Pauline of InvestmentZen.com Saving a million dollar is not a big deal. You just need to save $1,000… a thousand times. Whether or not that will be enough for retirement is another story. At 4% safe withdrawal rate, the million you are going to save will generate $40,000 yearly to cover your expenses. That

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How to Use Your Tax Refund the Smart Way

By |April 18th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

Today we have a guest post for you from Listen Money Matters. Enjoy! Internal Revenue Service statistics show that in the past two years they have sent out around 40 million tax refunds each year. If you are one of the lucky millions expecting to receive a refund this year, you may be trying to figure out how to use

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The Best Brand New Cars Under $25K

By |August 26th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|

Although the Australian car market has seen some major shifts from automobile manufacturers, many of whom are still struggling to find their place in the global economy, 2013 is proven to be a banner year for showrooms.  If you’re in the market for an affordable new vehicle, you’ll find plenty of reliable options available, including a few small luxuries that

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How to Get the Best Deals for Your Wedding

By |August 21st, 2013|Categories: Blog, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: |

The following is a guest post by Jamie Claver Getting married – it’s supposed to be the happiest day of your life (and I’m sure it will be), but it can also put outrageous amounts of stress on your shoulders and wallet. Did you know that the average wedding costs more than $28,000? If you’re anything like me, this number

Would the Skyfall on James Bond If He Were To Insure His Car

By |February 13th, 2013|Categories: General Personal Finance|Tags: |

The following is a guest post on behalf of Shreya Hello. Mr. Bond, is it? Mr. James Bond. We here at Double Oh Insurance are most glad that you have decided to contact us as a part of your effort to compare the market for coverage on your latest vehicle, the Jaguar XJ L. I see you have some questions

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Renovation Tips to Increase Home Value

By |January 23rd, 2013|Categories: Blog, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: |

The following is a guest post from Tali Wee of Zillow (which just happens to be an awesome website I used frequently when buying my house!) Home renovation and remolding projects can cost a fortune, so it’s imperative for homeowners to be fully prepared from the beginning of the process to get their anticipated results. Homeowners generally plan upgrades to