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How To Be Wealthy Part 2 – Expenses

In the last wealth post we talked about the two keys to unlocking wealth: 1.¬†Decreasing Expenses, and 2. Increasing Passive Income. This time, we’ll take a look at the Expenses side of things. Decreasing expenses is a surefire way to … Continue reading

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Pay Off Student Loans 3x Faster With One Simple Trick

Are you a student in Oregon with student loans and a part-time job? You could pay off your loans three times faster than your peers by doing just one thing. Let me fill you in on this little secret.

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Cost Sharing Myths That Keep You in Debt

Everyone can enjoy the benefits of sharing costs and reducing risk and waste. Taking a few cues from economics shows us that reducing the amount of money we tie up in stagnant resources is good for our finances. Read on … Continue reading

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4 Things You Should Never Do With Student Loan Money

From the desk of the Debt Freeks, May 1, 2016. Subject: Student Loan Mistakes ____________________________ By now you probably know that the best way to get a college education is to do it debt free. But if you are in … Continue reading

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Money Management – Why Bother

There’s a power struggle taking place in this country right now.¬† I’m not talking about the election or politics at all. Regardless of your political leanings, there are entities that want to shift the power over your money from your … Continue reading

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