I Furnish an Apartment for $300?
Can I Retire Young with Financial Independence? 10-12-18
to Start Saving for Retirement? 10-5-18
Do I Produce a Passive Income With No Time to Spare? 9-28-18
There a Better Way to Earn Returns on Cash? 9-21-18
Debt Relief a Scam? 9-14-18
do I Ask for a Pay Raise?
is a Financial Calendar? 8-31-18
it Possible to Avoid Bank Fees? 8-24-18
I Take the Higher Paying Job? 8-17-18
Summer a Good Time to Buy a House? 8-10-18
Advice to Prepare for the Costs of Having a Baby? 8-3-18
Can I Save Money on AC This Summer? 7-27-18
you Predict if it Would be Worth it to Move to a Smaller Town for
a Lower Cost of Living?
High Does my Credit Score Really Need to Be? 7-13-18
I Pay off my Debt or Work on my Emergency Fund?
Should I Allocate my Money From a Settlement? 6-29-18
it Better to Buy a House or Continue Renting, Given My Financial
Money Saving Challenge 6-15-18
is The Best Way to Use my Lottery Winnings?
Tips to Prepare Property Before Selling? 6-1-18
should I tell my friends I'm trying to cut back on spending?
Should I Fund a Mortgage Down Payment?
Preparation Tips for Next Year
I Keep or Replace my Car?
for Buying Stocks with Confidence
I Refinance my Mortgage? 4-20-18
I Get Out of Facebook and Other Tech Stocks? 4-13-18
it worth it to have a $25 investment account? 4-6-18
Advisors vs. Human Advisors
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purposes only and is not an offer or solicitation for the sale or
purchase of any specific securities, investments, or investment
strategies. Investments involve risk and, unless otherwise stated,
are not guaranteed. Be sure to first consult with a qualified financial
adviser and/or tax professional before implementing any strategy
discussed herein. Past performance is not indicative of future performance.
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Taylor was raised
by good ol' blue-collar workers, and following in their footsteps
led him to take on massive debt at a very young age. It didn't take
him long to realize having debt wasn't his cup of tea, and he worked
his tail off so he could enjoy financial freedom and independence.
As an entrepreneur and financial professional, his work has been quoted
and published in a variety of different media on topics such as financial
management, budgeting, saving, business, investing, and more. Now
he wants to help others avoid the mistakes he made. He wants everyone
to live a life that's as fulfilling as the one he is able to lead
- March 30, 2018
His editorial appears weekly in The Lufkin Daily News