Monthly Archives: May 2017

Are You Saving For Retirement? If Not, Why?

This post was originally posted at Towards Your Better Life, in October of 2015. I was recently listening to the Stacking Benjamins’ podcast “Can’t Save for Retirement?  Here’s Your Answer.“  It was mentioned that a percentage of Americans are not … Continue reading

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5 Common Bills That You May Be Able To Cut

There are certain expenses that we have just accepted are “necessary.” These are things like telephone bills, cable, electricity, oil or gas, mortgage or rent, taxes, gym membership, insurance and so on. What if I told you some of these … Continue reading

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Compounding Interest: Good vs Bad

“Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it … he who doesn’t … pays it.” – Albert Einstein Seeing the Light When I was teaching at the local Junior College, my curriculum had … Continue reading

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The Why and How in Starting a Blog

This blog post contains affiliate links. If you obtain a product or service using one of these links, Money is not Taboo will receive an affiliate compensation. This compensation is paid for by the company, not by the purchaser. Blog: … Continue reading

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