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The Reason I Must Be Rich Is Because I Have Kids - A Father's Day Reflection

The Reason I Must Be Rich Is Because I Have Kids – A Father’s Day Reflection

As we celebrate and greet all fathers out there a Happy Father's Day today, let's see an example of how fathers can look at having children very differently ...
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3 types of income in real estate investing and which strategy to use

3 types of income in real estate investing and which strategy to use

Welcome to the fifth and last part of this series on the 3 types of income one can get through real estate investing. Before you begin reading this article, I ...
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Top 10 reasons to attend the Money Summit and Wealth Expo 2010

Top 10 reasons to attend the Money Summit and Wealth Expo 2010

The Money Summit and Wealth Expo 2010 promises to be the biggest wealth building and income opportunities conference in the Philippines, featuring 4 proven ways to build wealth and generate ...
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A busy yuppie that wants to have more time and money

A busy yuppie that wants to have more time and money

A guest post by Sha Nacino For the past few weeks, I have been on a six-day work week. This set-up really drained my energy. Most importantly, it made it ...
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The importance of time freedom, one example why I want to be financially free

The importance of time freedom, one example why I want to be financially free

During our lunch break at the office yesterday, I begged off from doing something which I have dreaded for the past 12 years in the corporate world, Christmas party presentations! ...
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amortization factor rates for housing loan payments

How To Compute Monthly Amortization Payments Without A Mortgage Calculator

In this post I will share how to compute for monthly amortization payments for foreclosed properties without the need to use any special mortgage calculator. By the way, this would ...
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How I track my expenses and manage my money

How I track my expenses and manage my money

This is the third part of a series on Managing Finances. If you have not read the first 2 parts, head on over to Part  and Part 2! In part 2 of my series of posts ...
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