5 Common Pieces Of Crappy Financial Advice

bad financial advice

Everybody receives financial advice.

Most of us don’t ask for it, but well-intentioned people offer it up anyways. Some of it is helpful. Maybe a wise parent or grandparent taught you to start investing for retirement from your first paycheck or keep an emergency fund. Much of the financial advice that has come my way however, has been less than useful.

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How To Make $500 Fast – 15 Ways To Make Extra Cash This week

We’ve all been in a position where we’ve had to figure out how to make $500 fast. Or maybe for you it was $100, or $1000. Quick cash isn’t going to set you down the road to lock-term financial success, but it might be just what you need to get out of a bind. The problem … Read more

Why I Disappeared For Two Months

If you’re a regular reader of NB, you will have noticed that I have not put any new content up on this site for about two months now. Two months is a long time to let my site just sit with no effort, no new content, nothing. In blogging, this is a major no-no. So … Read more

Why I Started This Blog

Blogging is fricken hard.

Not hard as in it will make you break a sweat, but time-consuming, soul sucking hard.

If you have a blog of your own, you probably know what I mean.

It’s not enough to write posts and put them up. If you want your blog to grow, you need to be engaged on social media. You need to engage in the comments discussions on other blogs, keep on top of SEO, backlinking, networking, site security, design, email list blah blah blah.

Suffice to say, it’s a lot of work. For me, it’s worth it. NinjaBudgeter is a business, and I’m in it for the long-haul. I’m committed to my goal of making this site a top-player in the personal finance space.

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