With $2000 dollars, there really are only a few good options. I wouldn't consider bonds unless there was more money, because bonds are essentially a loan, and with a small amount of money, there is a small amount of interest, and there are only a few stocks that I would consider. I would most likely … Continue reading How Would I Invest $2000
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Finance Tips I Would Pass to a Younger Person
As a child it is hard to make money. when I was young I made money from singing in my family band, but a lot of kids don't have that type of opportunity. So what I would recommend would be creating small businesses. I once went on a vacation with my family to an amethyst … Continue reading Finance Tips I Would Pass to a Younger Person
My priorities when buying a used car
Firstly, I will only buy used. I have another post where I show what is the best deal. I think it is very important to do a lot of research on the type of car you are buying. The last thing you want to do is go into buying a car and noting nothing about … Continue reading My priorities when buying a used car
Personal Finance: Lease, New, or Used?
This week for personal finance I learned about, car loans and car payments, and owning a car part 1-2. The main point was that car leases were by far the worst deal, that buying used was the best, and buying new, was second best. When buying a car it is important to consider gas, maintenance/repair, … Continue reading Personal Finance: Lease, New, or Used?
Personal Finance lessons
Lessons 75-85 Business plans Everyone needs one. You can go to bussiness.com, score.com, bplans.com and others, for a business template. A few things you need are: 1.1 Objectives1.2 Mission2.1 Company ownership2.2 Start-up summary A full list is on bplan.com Entrepreneur spotlight: John Mackey John Mackey was the founder of Whole Foods. He took a more … Continue reading Personal Finance lessons