Looking to branch out of your day-to-day? Are you stuck in a path without options? The Vital Masculinity Podcast's Stephen Sloyer shows the merit in becoming a Renaissance Man in this latest guest #blog-->
While people may celebrate their $1,200 check or complain about the pending bailouts, I think it's important to get to the basics of money and why government spending is an issue.
We've talked about how to get started in the working world and begin saving. Now, it's time to talk about what you do to kick off your adult life responsibly and frugally. Tune in for the final piece of this puzzle.
Want to start your adult life on the right path? This episode will focus on some alternative ways to increase your earning without college and how to start building wealth.
I find that one of the most important things that we can do in our life to increase liberty is to be financially free. That doesn’t mean you have to make $1 million a year. And, in fact, I want to start off by talking about how to be financially free while in high school.... Continue Reading →
Do you really NEED college? Today we talk about the advantages and disadvantages of college, why I think it's a bad deal for almost everyone there, and other options that are far better.
It is necessary to understand power and authority when discussing politics. Each one influences the discourse in different ways, and understanding the differences allows for a more exact discussion on the topics.
In reality, most of the "cuts" in the senate bill are just accounting maneuvers to keep everything budget neutral. There are a couple important questions to ask about this bill. What does this do to actually reduce the percentage of income that goes to taxes? Where are these tax dollars going? Will the spending and budget reflect the lowered tax rate, or will it simply continue?
Tired of seeing 20-30% of your paycheck disappear before you touch it, deciding how to save money because of tax consequences, and ever-growing government intervention in your life? Listen to 3 reasons be Fair Tax should replace the Income Tax!
If your retirement plan relied on government pensions or social security, and you thought Medicare and Medicaid would be there to support you, then you’re in for a rude awakening. Since FDR, the federal government has been making promises that it know it cannot fulfill or sustain, but soon the repercussions of our government’s fiscal... Continue Reading →