3rd Quarter Net Worth Increase [+$19,096]

Doubling Dollars Net Worth Report for the 3rd Quarter of 2017 I’ve hit another high increase of quarterly net worth! *Trumpets and horns* (plus balloons falling from the ceiling) You know what an important thing to be doing is if you want to increase your net worth? Track the damn thing! Seriously, watching those numbers …

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How I Ate All Week For Just $13.34 By Living On a Food Stamp Budget

Well, I survived the first week of the SNAP food stamp challenge on a food budget of just $29! Rather nicely actually as I do have a decent amount leftover. This surplus will roll over into next week as I purchase another $29 worth of food. To recap, this is what I bought for $28.16 …

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Get Paid To Test-Drive! $40 Or $100

Test-Drive a Hyundai And Get $40 Hey all, today I earned a quick $40 for just one test-drive! So can you, here is what to do to make a fast $40 like I did. Sign up at https://www.hyundaiusa.com/test-drive-offer/ to get a code to give to the dealership after you test-drive a new Hyundai vehicle. I signed …

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Side-Hustle Income Report For September 2017

Welcome to one of my favorite posts each month, my side-hustle income report! I actually had a bit of extra time to work on earning more with my side-hustles as I had some time off work that was going to expire at the end of September. It was two weeks, so the first week I …

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SNAP Challenge – Just $29/Week to Eat!

I’m doing the SNAP challenge, guys! If you don’t know what that is, it is to live off of $29/week for food. Nothing you currently have can be used, and I am following the rules of this challenge to the max and adding in my own personal extra challenges. First, I will start from the …

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Dividend Income Extravaganza – September 2017

Hello and welcome to the Doubling Dollars dividend income extravaganza for September 2017! This month I was mainly paid by 7 corporations, but there were 29 more payers in my Motif account. This is the third month I have tracked my dividends, so let’s do a quick precap of my dividend income for the previous two months. …

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Presenting My $10/Day Side-Hustle Challenge!

Earn $10 A Day From Your Side-Hustle, You Have $10. Invest It, Become A Millionaire. A lot of people are complainers. They complain of not having a meaningful life, or not being able to buy this thing or that, or that their lives are not fair. They, rightly, feel something is missing out from their …

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3 Reasons I Love Rental Properties For Passive Income

There are so many reasons to love real estate rental properties as an investment.   However, here are three reasons I love it specifically as a passive income investment #1 – Leverage The Rental Property Mortgage When we use financing to acquire a property, we are essentially controlling an asset that is worth five times …

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What’s The Most Cheapskate Thing You’ve Ever Done?

Have You Tried Being A Cheapskate? A lot about life is figuring out where your personal boundaries lie. It is no different in the realm of personal finance. How far are you willing to go to save a buck? Well, I asked the personal finance community about the ‘cheapest’ thing they have done. Cheap as …

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Are the Phrases “Good Debt” or “Bad Debt” Justified?

Today’s post is contributed by Amy Nickson, a passionate writer on finance. Amy is a professional blogger who has started her own blog and also works as a contributor for the Oak View Law Group. Please share your opinions by commenting below. Are the Phrases “Good Debt” or “Bad Debt” Justified? The word “debt”’ has a …

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