Passive Income Streams: July 2018 Report

Does anyone else feel like the summer is just flying by? If you aren’t intentional about what you are doing with your money, then I find that it goes by even quicker! Over the summer months, I’ve been continuing to focus on my two primary sources of income, which have been the blog and AirBnB. …

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Mister Rogers and Money

One of my favorite tv shows growing up was Mr. Rogers. I remember watching the program after getting home from kindergarten and chomping on the peanut butter and jelly sandwich my mom had just made. There was something about his gentle demeanor and way with others that endeared him to so many – including myself. …

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Blowing Through Money

Three Thrifty Guys is usually all about getting bang for your buck, but for this 4th of July season I wanted to take a light-hearted look at going for the quickest bang for the most buck. And speaking of bang, an average firework at the local stand near my house is $.50 per pop. When …

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Six Benefits of Rolling Over Your 401k

This month I had on my list of monthly goals to rollover my 401k from an employer I left in 2011 to Vanguard. Last Friday I pulled the trigger after running into a number of hurdles that were preventing me from getting my 401k. These hurdles were: Spousal Consent Form – notarized letter with my …

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FreedomPop Review – Is Free All It’s Cracked up to Be?

Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. TTG will earn a small commission if purchases are made via these links – at no cost to you. Thanks for helping to support the website! Some say you can only value something if you’ve paid for it. There’s “skin” in the game, they say …

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14 Money Saving Tips From The Great Depression

Growing up on a farm during the early 80’s I was privileged to watch my folks try and make ends meet through the farming crisis. Luckily, my parents weren’t alone but had my Grandparents only three miles away to help each other out. My Grandparents, who survived the Great Depression, knew a thing or two …

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How to Tell if You Are Losing Money With a Secret Water Leak

It had been a couple months since my step-son moved out of the house, leaving the wife and I empty nesters for the first time. Ironically, the water bill didn’t offer any evidence to the fact. To my chagrin, our bill had actually managed to climb upwards. “How could this be?” I asked myself. I …

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Passive Income Streams: June 2018 Report

Now that the house is paid off we’ve put our savings on autopilot. It is nice to have our multiple income streams go towards something other than the mortgage company! Lately, we’ve been saving up for buying a new car and going on a big family vacation in October. Our car has lasted 9 years, …

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