It’s important to take a look at your family’s income, expenses, and priorities to determine where you can live comfortably. However, if it’s important to you to live in the middle of the city, it might simply be a matter of adjusting your financial priorities in order to make it work.
Many millennials have a new idea of the American Dream, one that centers around financial independence. How attainable is it?
You might assume that to make a decent living you need a college degree. On average, someone with a bachelor’s degree can earn 60% more than someone with a high-school diploma over a 40-year working career. But there are plenty of jobs that you can get without a college degree and still make a decent living.
Passive income is money you can earn on a recurring basis from doing little to no work. Unlike active income, where the more you work, the more you earn (think - your job), passive income has an initial level of work or money up front, then has a flat return after that without the same level of work going into it.
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Before you think about leaving your job, there are a few things you need to know about your 401k. Otherwise, you could be leaving big money on the table.
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