Some people are so intimidated by finances that they don’t ever get started. I understand that. I really do. And some elements of finance are complicated. But many of the most important and powerful elements of a solid financial life are easy to understand and simple to put in place. Here are 5 of the […]
This category is the heart and soul of Wealth Pilgrim. Here you’ll find a host of information created to help you reach your retirement goals and enjoy the journey. These are nuts-and-bolts articles to help you understand where you are now, identify where you want to be and when you want to get there, and design a roadmap to help you do so.
The following is a guest post from Deacon Hayes. He’s a financial coach and explains the difference between a coach and a financial planner. I learned a lot about the coaching aspect of the business and I think you might find this information quite useful. People often wonder whether a Financial Planner or a Financial […]
In the financial world, there are very few free lunches. But if you are interested in putting more cash away towards your future, there are quite a few no and low cost “buffets” open – with no waiting lines either. In my experience, there are 5 very juicy ways to beef up your monthly saving. […]
No matter what your age is today, at some point you’re going to want to stop working. And when you do that you will rely on passive retirement income to support yourself for the rest of your life. That being the case, the question is, how safe is that income? Even if you are already […]
If you are in your 30s and don’t have a firm grasp of your financial situation, please don’t feel bad. Yes, some of your peers might have a better handle on their money but that’s no reason to beat yourself up. By the time you get done reading this post, you’ll know more about money […]
You might ask yourself if it’s smart to own your own home after you retire. While I think real estate can be a great investment while you are in the accumulation phase of your life, I think it can sometimes be a horrible thing to hold on to once you retire. Let’s look at a […]