Personal Finance

How to Live on $15,000 a Year

August 12, 2015 Boris Dreschler 0

A few years ago, I moved to Seattle, WA and put myself through film school.  I lived in Seattle for two years, working as a barista.  In my first year I made just below $14,000.  The […]

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Teaching Your Kids How to Manage Finances

July 22, 2015 Boris Dreschler 0

Money gives people- both young and-old decision-making opportunities. Educating, motivating and empowering children to become regular savers and investors will enable them to keep more of the money they earn and do more with the […]

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Raising Financially Responsible Kids

July 19, 2015 Boris Dreschler 0

We’ve all heard horror stories about older teens and young adults mismanaging their finances so badly that they incur mountains of debt by their mid-twenties. Those that get into trouble generally lay blame at the […]

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Retire Rich

April 29, 2015 Boris Dreschler 0

How many ways are there to make a living? Well we all know anything that you can think of could possibly make you a living but will it create wealth? How do you get enough […]

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Save as a kid

April 5, 2015 Boris Dreschler 0

There are so many reasons to start saving when you are a kid. Even if it is just a five dollar a week allowance, that could add up. If you have no responsibilities and you […]

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How to Find the Cheapest Car Insurance

March 24, 2015 Boris Dreschler 0

While car insurance companies differ greatly in their quality of service, their stated benefits are roughly comparable for similar levels of coverage. Therefore, when looking for a certain level of coverage, it can pay to […]