G. Brian Davis
230 POSTS 0 COMMENTSG. Brian Davis is a real estate investor, personal finance writer, and travel addict mildly obsessed with FIRE. He spends nine months of the year in Abu Dhabi, and splits the rest of the year between his hometown of Baltimore and traveling the world.
Previously, only the rich could hire investment advisors. But recently, robo-advisors have risen to disrupt the financial industry and offer affordable, accessible investment management for anyone. Whether you’ve got $1 or $100,000, find out which robo-advisor is right for you.
Food is the third-largest expense in the average American’s household budget. Thankfully, there are several ways you can cut down on food and beverage expenses. Use these tips daily to leave more cash in your wallet after a trip to the grocery store.
Robo-advisors have disrupted and democratized the world of investment management. But human investment advisors bring their own advantages to the table and make sense for some investors. Which is right for you? It’s an easier decision than you might think.
The growing number of self-employed freelancers and entrepreneurs in the U.S. face unique retirement challenges. Here are six retirement challenges that self-employed Americans face, along with tips for mitigating them and getting back on track for retirement as a freelancer or small-business owner.
When it comes to hiring a contractor for home repairs or renovations, getting a reasonable price for quality work finished on schedule doesn’t have to be a nightmare. The tricks are preparation and negotiation. These tips for negotiating with contractors will ensure you never get overcharged again.
The U.S. economy lost over 22 million jobs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but now it’s rebounding. In many industries, companies are hiring faster than workers are accepting new job offers, leading to an urgent labor shortage. Learn about the industries hiring in the post-pandemic recovery.
You can earn passive income from many sources. They all require money, work, or both, but once you invest the labor or money upfront, you get to reap the benefits passively in the future. Interested in starting one or more passive income streams? Read on to learn how.
Too many high earners confuse income with wealth. But the trappings of wealth are not the same as wealth itself. These 15 common mistakes made by six-figure earners prevent them from accumulating permanent wealth.
The cliche “it takes money to make money” contains a ring of truth for entrepreneurs looking to start and grow a business. Most ways to finance a business involve either taking on debt or giving up equity. Before you choose, learn the pros and cons of financing your company with debt or equity.
Are you tired of working yourself to the bone just to live paycheck-to-paycheck in a boring American neighborhood? If you’re open to adventure, you can live a comfortable middle-class lifestyle on $2,000 per month in these safe, inexpensive, beautiful countries.
If you want your kids to grow into wealthy, financially literate adults, you’re going to have to teach them about money. Here are some important accounts you can open on your child’s behalf to help them learn good financial habits.
Investors seeking an edge often look for individual stocks that will beat the market. Although some research stocks themselves, others prefer to lean on equities experts to analyze stocks for them. What are the best stock-picking services available? Read on for our list.