Have you ever wondered how it is that the rich keep getting richer while the poor tend to get stuck grinding in the rat race? The secret is investing, but this isn't Beanie Baby's or a dusty box of baseball cards kind of investing. No, the rich invest in something else entirely. What the rich … Continue reading The Secret Power of Investing
Only 41% of American's say they could handle a $1,000 emergency with savings. An additional 37% say they would cover it with a credit card, take out a personal loan or ask friends/family. If you fall in the remaining 22% that say they don't know, or even if you belong to the 37% that say … Continue reading How to Finally Start Saving
You would think that being poor was hard enough but for many businesses not having a lot of money is just the excuse they need to increase their prices. Sometimes it is not even what you are paying for that might be the most expensive, rather it is the things you don’t pay for that … Continue reading The Hidden Costs of Being Poor
Net Worth Change: $118 My saving grace this week is due mostly to the fact that my investment account rose as much as it did this week. Of course I cannot expect that I will be bailed out every week like this, in fact even in good expense weeks my investment account could actually drag … Continue reading Weekly Snapshot, Nov 8th, 2020
The Journey to a Million Dollars starts with a single Penny. Everyone has heard that you should save for retirement. The number's vary, but everyone agrees that putting money aside is important. Often it is hard to find the funds to put away however. Let's dive into why that may be the case, and some … Continue reading The Importance of Saving, 3 Reasons you aren’t and 6 ways to Start
This is the first of a soon to be long line of snapshot updates telling the story of me following my own rules and suggestions, as well as a way to show all the ways things can and will go wrong. I will explain things like my future plans and how I intend to complete … Continue reading 1st Weekly Snapshot November 1st, 2020
This post is here to teach the cumulative cost of buying little things regularly that could have major impacts on your financial health. Little by Little it all adds up. Gas Stations / Convenience Stores are evil, and by the time you get to the bottom of this article I believe you will agree with … Continue reading The Hidden Cost of Little Purchases
My name is AnDrew Coffey, I am a veteran, small time investor, aspiring to be a landlord and overall a lover of seeing numbers going up. I was born in Saint Charles, Missouri, moved around a lot as a kid before my mom finally settled down in my Paw-Paw's (her father) home when he passed. … Continue reading About Me!