Book Review & Giveaway: Millionaire Teacher

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I heard about Andrew Hallam through other personal finance bloggers who raved about this guy. Andrew happens to be a teacher and has been described as a Canadian investment guru who formed an investment club (made up of other fellow teachers) which beat the S&P 500 year after year. If that wasn’t impressive, Hallam became […]

Sunday Link Charity #21 – End of a Successful Month of April!

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Happy weekend y’all. After another crazy busy week, the weekend is here and I couldn’t be more glad to have some down time. This also happens to be the last weekend as the month of April slowly comes to an end. Never the less it was a successful month for me because a lot happened. […]

I Filed My Taxes, I’m Owing and I’m OK With That!

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This  weekend I got around to completing my taxes, and without much surprise I’m owning the government $1,800 in taxes. You may think that I’m nuts for liking the fact that I owe the government taxes, but I’m okay with that idea. Hopefully all of you are on pace to wrap up your taxes before […]

Got Stuff to Sell? – 10 Alternatives to eBay to Sell Your Stuff Online

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Many years ago the entrepreneur in me woke up and I gave it a good go of creating a successful online selling small business through eBay.I purchased books and read a lot of guides on how to become a successful online seller. Each guide, book and article indicated that having an online business was not […]

Sunday Link Charity #20 – I’m the Bowling Champ Edition!

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I’m certain that a lot of you didn’t know that I’m a bowling fanatic, and against all odds I became the bowling champ this weekend. On Friday I got together with some friends for some good ole fashion bowling. Nothing beats good bowling and cold beer on a Friday night…..yeah right…but seriously though bowling is […]