Dividend and Expense Review – September 2019 – REIT Dividends Fall

Dividend and Expense Review – September 2019 – REIT Dividends Fall

This article about REIT Dividends may contain affiliate links for which I receive a commission at no cost to you. I only recommend products I use and trust. Please read my disclosure for more detail. REIT dividends were down this month. I invest entirely in REIT mutual funds and ETFs so payments can be erratic. [...]

You Might be Paying More Than You Need to for Your Apple Music subscription

You Might be Paying More Than You Need to for Your Apple Music subscription

I love Apple Music. I've had an Apple Music subscription for a while now. Apple has gotten my $9.99 plus tax every month. It's no wonder their services division has grown so much! It's a product that allows you to listen to all the music you want for one low price. There are some downsides. I [...]

FIRE – Why I Want to Have The Option to Retire Early

FIRE – Why I Want to Have The Option to Retire Early

I realized I never talked about FIRE(financial independence/retire early) on this blog. I've been talking about goals lately so I figure it'd be good to visit my ultimate goal. I want the option to retire early. The FIRE movement is often painted with a broad brush and seen as a group of people saving money [...]

Dividend and Expense Review – August 2019 – All My Insurance Bills

Dividend and Expense Review – August 2019 – All My Insurance Bills

For some reason, August is when I get all my insurance bills. It's the car insurance month and it's also the renter's insurance month. On top of that, I've got my standard health insurance bills coming through and it's a recipe for a tough savings month. We're also taking a trip to Atlanta in a [...]