How Working Hard Today Can Equal Early Retirement Tomorrow

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I’d like to start off this post by challenging you to think about retirement outside of the normal, status quo.  Think about this, what have we all learned about retirement from our beginning working age till now for the most part?  We’ve been taught to work hard, put all of our money in a 401K […]

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Financial Freedom = Life Freedom

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  I want to start off this blog post to explain the importance of Financial Freedom and what great changes it can bring in your own life.  I’m a big proponent and ally of Financial Freedom and also one of it’s best allies.  I’m not really the most qualified if you want to look at […]

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5 Great Places to Retire to Once You Are Financially Free

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Guest Post by Andreas. If life is a journey, for many a great stop along the way is to reach the point of financial freedom. With the mortgage paid off, the children having moved on and the prospect of even more satisfying years ahead, that perfect move to a new place seems well deserved.   […]

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4 Reasons Why You Should Change Your Investment Strategy When You Turn 50

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Guest Post by Allan Jones Some people make investments early on in their careers. There on in, they do not chop or change much and the returns keep coming. As a person gets older, priorities change and this is why changing investment strategies is important as well. When you are reaching old age, retirement is […]

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Top 25 Personal Finance Bloggers To Look Out For

  First off, by now you’ve probably found that I’m a fan of Personal Finance and Financial Freedom, so it should come to no surprise that I decided to come up with a list of Personal Finance Bloggers that you should be aware of.  I’ve also got to be clear that coming up with this […]

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Part 3: Watch Me Knock Out $5000 In Debt (Case Study)

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Part 3 of Case Study Series It’s been a little while since I’ve updated this case study of me knocking out $5000 of Debt.  That’s the bad news, the good news is that I’ve been pushing on and wiping the debt out and have made two additional lump sum payments since the last update.   […]

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3 Steps in Personal Development that Help with Money Matters

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Guest Post by Mariana Issues with money or personal finance are some of the most challenging and stressful ones out there. Dealing with money problems can be particularly difficult if you little experience with financial management on your own.    Money is a daunting thing. While it is important to understand the specifics of interest, […]

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What Rapper – 50 Cent – Could Teach You About Investing

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It was a day like any other, I was minding my business and came across some entertaining news.  In any case, the title I saw on the screen was a shocker.  Rapper 50 cent had just made 8.7 Million Dollars promoting one of his favorite penny stocks.   Intrigued, I had to learn the answer of how […]

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How to Clear Your Debts and Stay in the Black this Year

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Guest post by Andreas Looking ahead to a better financial future is the goal of many individuals. A new year tends to make people take a good, hard look at their situation and make some decisions on what to change. A majority of people are looking to clear out their debts and stay in the […]

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Get Financially Free by Getting to Know Yourself

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Please welcome a guest post by: Katheryn Rivas Being stuck in debt is sometimes like being locked in a prison or trapped in a deep hole you can’t climb, scramble, or fight your way out of.  One of the most common figurate phrases associated with debt, in fact, is not being able to “get out” […]

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2012 Resolution Goals – Plus FREE Cheatsheets and My Predictions

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Wow, it’s hard to believe that 2011 is about ready to retire and 2012 come in as the New Year into our lives.  2012 is closing down really quickly as I write this, but take notice that nothing comes about without change.  I really hope you had some good holidays and that your poised on […]

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What tools are there to help you obtain Financial Freedom?

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If you find yourself financially suffering from the current state of the economy, you should know that you are not alone. The current economical slump is affecting almost everyone.   Most people reach adulthood without ever taking financial courses. Fortunately, there are many financial tools online that can help you get out of debt and […]

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Part 2: Watch Me Knock Out $5000 In Debt (Case Study Series)

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Part 2 of Case Study Series If you’ve been following the blog lately, you’ll notice that I took on another personal challenge to take on $5000 worth of debt to invite you to look over my shoulder on how I put debt busting on steroids.  It’s my way of helping others like you get out […]

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A New Concept – Business Tuesday

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I’ve been toying with the idea for a while of helping to bring entrepreneurs or even those just interested in business together as a like minded group.   A concept where you can simply just look up very informative and engaging topics of business straight from the Financially Elite Blog.   I then came up […]

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Happy Thanskgiving – from Financially Elite Blog

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Just wanted to start off and say Happy Thanksgiving from the Financially Elite Blog.  I know there may be quite a few people out there that think that they don’t have enough to be thankful for.  The truth is, there’s always something out there that you can be thankful for.     Take for example, […]

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7 Great (and inexpensive) Gift Ideas For Your Best Friend

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Please welcome with me a guest post by Jon Vincent Do you have one of those best friends that seem impossible to shop for? And it seems like whatever you get them, they’re just not satisfied? If you’ve racked your brain and just can’t come up with the perfect gift (and at the right budget), […]

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Tips For Single Mothers To Clear The Debt

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Please welcome a guest post by Amy Lewis Being in debt is off course not a desirable situation, especially for single mothers. It is can be very difficult for them to pay off the debt and manage the financial obligation along with supporting themselves as well as kids single handedly. But fortunately there are some […]

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Watch Me Knock Out $5000 In Debt (Case Study)

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Part 1 of Case Study Series   I’m inviting you to observe me knock out $5000 in Debt and how you can too!  This will be part of an ongoing series where you get to watch over my shoulder and learn my unorthodox way of knocking out debts for good.    It’s the kind of […]

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