Financial Freedom Update (Q2) – June 2017 (+9.73%)

19/06/2017 0

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey June 2017 Financial Freedom Update – the second update of the year.  For those of you new here, since achieving $1M in net worth in June 2014 (age 35), I have shifted my focus to achieving financial independence.  How?  I plan on building my passive income sources to the point […]

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10 Unusual Ways to Get Money Fast

12/06/2017 0

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at 10 Unusual Ways to Get Money Fast.

We could all use a little extra cash. But between working your full-time job, family time, and all your other commitments, who has time to work a traditional part-time job? Luckily, there are plenty of off-the-wall ways to make money that you can fit into your schedule. Here are some of the weirdest ways to … Read More about 10 Unusual Ways to Get Money Fast

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Team MDJ’s Newest Millionaire – Karl the Real Estate Agent (+47%)

12/06/2017 0

Welcome to the Million Dollar Journey June 2017 Net Worth Update – Team MDJ edition. A select group of readers were selected to be part of Team MDJ which was conceived after my million dollar net worth milestone was achieved in June 2014. Karl the Real Estate Agent was selected as a team member and […]

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Top 6 Indexing Options for Your Portfolio

05/06/2017 0

Ever since doing research on how to setup an index portfolio for Americans, the case for index investing in my mind just keeps getting bigger.  It really is the simplest and one of the most effective ways to invest.  It’s geared for a wide spectrum of investors ranging from the beginner who has no knowledge […]

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Global ETF ex-Canada (XAW/VXC) or 3 Individual ETFs?

29/05/2017 0

If you’ve been following my financial freedom updates, you’ll see that I’m a fan of global index ETFs (ex-Canada).  Two of my favorites are XAW from iShares and VXC from Vanguard. I like them because they provide diversified exposure to the largest companies in the world (outside Canada) through a single ETF, they are on […]

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A Simple Index Investing Guide for Americans

23/05/2017 0

For a large portion of May, we were fortunate to be able to vacation in a nice warm location. Ok, you may have guessed it, it was Florida again. It seems to be the go-to spot for families from the east coast of Canada who get very little Spring weather. Or at least that’s our […]

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Should You Invest While Paying Off Student Loan Debt?

23/05/2017 0

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Should You Invest While Paying Off Student Loan Debt?.

Student loan debt has become a pervasive problem across the country. Statistics indicate that 40 million people collectively owe more than $1.2 trillion in student loan debt. Worse, well over 1 million graduates are being added to the ranks of those with student loan debt each year. That presents a problem on a number of fronts. … Read More about Should You Invest While Paying Off Student Loan Debt?

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Term Life Insurance Versus Whole Life Insurance

22/05/2017 0

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Term Life Insurance Versus Whole Life Insurance.

Have you considered how much life insurance you need? Life insurance is there to provide income for your family when you die, which is why it’s important to know and understand the different life insurance options available to you.  The two most common, and debated, forms of life insurance are term life insurance and whole … Read More about Term Life Insurance Versus Whole Life Insurance

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Reverse Mortgages – The Good and the Bad

18/05/2017 0

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Reverse mortgages are gaining in popularity, as many senior citizens stretch for creative ways to maintain their living standards in an era of near zero interest rates on savings instruments. There’s good and bad in regard to reverse mortgages, and you need to consider both sides before applying for one. How Reverse Mortgages Work Reverse … Read More about Reverse Mortgages – The Good and the Bad

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Should You Invest in Individual Stocks, or Stick with Index & Mutual Funds?

16/05/2017 0

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Should You Invest in Individual Stocks, or Stick with Index & Mutual Funds?.

In recent years there’s been a major push in the investment universe toward investing in funds rather than investing in individual stocks. This includes both mutual funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs). It’s hard to know how widespread individual stock ownership is anymore, but the typical investor, particularly small investors, is clearly gravitating toward funds. … Read More about Should You Invest in Individual Stocks, or Stick with Index & Mutual Funds?

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