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Investing

At CashBlog, we love to talk about investing.  It’s one of our specialties.

We’re so obsessed with investing that we’ve even done our own internal stock market research.

Beyond that, our staff has decades of investing experience between the stock market, real estate, crypto, forex, and precious metals.  We have writers who specialize in each niche, and we’re happy to share our investing expertise with you.

Stealing from Your Emergency Fund

I have a confession: I break the most basic, cardinal rule of the Emergency Fund about once a month. I steal money from my emergency

Lemonade Stand Economics: Keeping the Next Generation Debt Free!

It can be easy to look back on your life and ask “what if?” What if I didn’t take out student loans? What if I

Preparing for the “Just in Case”

The personal finance blogosphere is full of type A control freaks who likely handle the family finances. I personally take care of our finances —

Finance-like Things I Don’t Understand

I have a personal finance confession. *Takes a deep breath* I know this will shock a lot of you because I seem so smart and

Pay Off Debt or Save For Retirement?

Welcome to another edition of “Erin uses her blog for life advice”! Y’all thought you were reading a personal finance blog, didn’t you? When in actuality,

Buying a Home: Boomers vs. Millennials

The word “millennial” gives me the icks.* I’m not really a fan of being lumped in with those born in the 2000s. I feel like

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The content on Cashblog.com is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not financial advice and we are not certified financial advisors. Cashblog.com strives to keep its information accurate and up to date, but it may differ from actual numbers. We may have financial relationships with companies listed on our site. We may receive compensation for the placement of sponsored products or services. We work hard to write authentic and accurate articles.