G. Brian Davis
229 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.
We all need some kinds of insurance, but not everyone needs every type of insurance. What insurance should you always maintain to protect yourself from an emergency, and which can you skip? Read on to learn about the types of insurance to consider for your circumstances.
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.
There are more self-employed Americans now than ever before. According to Upwork's 2018 survey of the industry, the gig economy has swollen to include over 56.7 million freelancers, which says nothing of solopreneurs and...
Real estate is not only an income-oriented investment, it’s also a less volatile asset class than stocks. Here are 10 ways you can invest in real estate to start diversifying your passive income immediately.
Real estate offers plenty to like as an alternative to bonds. Historically, most investors only had access to real estate investment trusts. But real estate crowdfunding companies created a new way to invest in real estate. These are the best real estate crowdfunding websites around.
How much is “enough” when it comes to retirement savings? How do you know how much you should be saving, and at what ages, to reach your financial goals? While the answer varies from person to person, some universal rules apply.
One of the great advantages of investing in real estate is that you can predict your returns — if you know what numbers to look at. Whether you want to flip houses or invest in income properties, here are the numbers you need to know to ensure every deal you buy is a good one.
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.
With trillions of dollars announced in the COVID-19 stimulus, economists have sounded the alarm on rampant future inflation. Prices could spike, and the dollar’s value could collapse. But not all investments get hit evenly by dollar decay. Find out which investments can protect your portfolio.
Every year, millions of Americans receive billions of dollars in tax refunds. Many blow it on dinners out, new clothes, and presents for themselves. But before you get carried away dreaming up inventive ways to spend your refund, do something to boost your future instead.
Looking for the perfect gift guide for a travel-loving lady? For the woman with wanderlust, you can't go wrong with these 28 travel gift ideas. They range from function to fashion, cute to kooky, and...
I spend 10 months of the year overseas. For months at a time, I live out of a suitcase, working full-time from my laptop while traveling internationally. And the following items are the ones I...