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Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup. Hope you’re having a great week!
Believe it or not but Christmas is only four days away! Hopefully, you’ve gotten all of your shopping done and you can coast into Christmas without a worry in the world. If not, you better get on it because I have a feeling shopping malls and department stores are going to be brutal this weekend.
As for the stock market this week well, things haven’t exactly improved. We are in one of those times where it continues to get knocked around every single day and you’re left asking yourself why, when many of the economic indicators seem to be looking fine.
Well, that just seems to be how it goes sometimes. We haven’t seen this big of a market downturn in a number of years, but it’s certainly not out of the ordinary. It’s just the risk you take for getting superior returns to other investments.
With that being said, it’s definitely not time to panic. As long as your goals haven’t changed, then neither should your investments...regardless of what your brain, neighbor or talking head is telling.
Take a deep breath, enjoy the weekend and spend some time with family and friends.
In our first piece this week, we turn to Dale the Money Guy to learn a few techniques to get that emergency fund built up sooner rather than later. Certainly, some solid tips that may not have crossed your mind before and might just get that emergency fund to where it needs to be.
This post may contain affiliate links, which means if you click on a link and make a purchase I may make a commission from it. This doesn't cost any more to you. To learn more, click here. The V.P. Last week was kind of interesting.
Next up we turn to Grant Sabatier (author of Financial Freedom) where he explores if you're truly living or simply skating through life without purpose. Certainly a different take, but one that will no doubt get you thinking. I think you’ll enjoy this one.
I've always felt the weight of passing time. Every moment fleeting. When I was 8 years I old I wrote in my journal about how fast the past year had gone. How can I be 8 already? This week I turned 34 and realized I'm as close to 50, as I am to 18.
Next up, we turn to our attorney friend over at the blog OTHALAFEHU where he gives us a great post on vacation rentals. If you’re thinking about diving into the side hustle that is renting your a property, then this is one you don’t want to miss.
Sites like VRBO can set you up as a destination landlord. Sit back and watch the money come rolling in, but there are issues and concerns. More and more people are turning away from hotels and anything still around called a ' Travel Agency '.
In our final read of the week, we turn to Matt Matheson over at Method To Your Money where he shows us some simple ways to make the most of your money. Some of these you may already be familiar with, but others might just be light bulb moments.
Common knowledge is everywhere. That's why it's considered common knowledge (don't worry, this post will get better). And almost nowhere is common knowledge more, ahem, common, than in the world of personal finance. If you're anything like me, you know many of the so-called "rules" when it comes to winning with money.
Between student loan debt and the high cost of living, it can seem difficult to get ahead in this world. However, there's an important concept that, when managed well, can accelerate the growth of your savings and increase your wealth like you couldn't imagine. And, you've probably heard of it before; compound interest.
Between gifts, decorations, holiday gatherings and family events, the stress and expense of holidays can be overwhelming
Enjoy the weekend and spend time with family and friends. Take a break from work and give your mind some well-deserved rest from the long week. Cherish the time you have with your family and I guarantee it will make your life much happier!
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