How To Save Money On Sports Tickets

In 2014, the average NFL ticket price was $84.43, and the NHL average was $62.18. Major League Baseball’s average was $27.93 last year (view full report). Fan Cost Index — four average-price tickets, two small draft beers, four small soft drinks, four hot dogs, parking, two programs and two adult-size caps, was $333.58 for the NBA.

Saving Money on Sporting Tickets

As a sports fan, I love going to games — but the ticket prices often make it tempting to stay at home. If you’re like me, finding ways to save on the price of admission is something of a hobby. Here are a few ways that will work  for every sporting event and other events as well.

How Rich Became Rich

When you look at a rich person drive a flashy car or take that special holiday in summer, try to understand where they have come from. Richness requires great planning, focus and care on how you manage your finances. You must be careful on the investments you get into and remain highly vigilant on your businesses progress. Here are some key facts on the reasons why rich became rich.

How Rich Became Rich

This post is dedicated to all readers that want to make it monetarily rich one day. I’ll talk about key ingredients which make a person rich. Like everything else, becoming rich requires a lot of hard work and focus. Especially since money is hard to come by, the skills and determination is required for sufficiently longer term.

3 Simple Ways towards Better Investing

Like in sports, there’s no state as forever unbeatable, personal finance has no such fixed state of absolute success. When we repay debt, we achieve success, but that’s not all. We then try to accumulate wealth. We try to reach a financial freedom. For some leaving a large estate or donation to a charity is the personal finance success measures. So, the circle of finance continues from worst to good to better. Alas, there is no state as the ‘Best’.

3 Ways towards Better Investing

If you have surplus money, you sock it away in checking account, you earn some interest (negligible). When you sock it away in saving accounts, you earn some more interest from that deposit. When you rather invest your money you potentially earn a higher return from your investment. Fortunately and ironically no investment is best. One year stocks perform better, some other years, bonds perform better.

The Dream of Achieving Financial Freedom is Within Your Reach

A few days back I posted about financial freedom. Actually there I more tried to define the meaning of that word. In this guest post from renowned personal finance writer Dr. Stanley Riggs tries to chalk out a plan for achieving financial freedom. Enjoy the post!

Financial Freedom

Are you ready to start building wealth, rather than just making a living? If you already have a good income, are you ready to get off the high income/no net worth treadmill and start down the road to financial freedom? No matter what financial circumstance you find yourself in, here’s how to achieve it:

Your Prerequisites

(1) A mentor in the family, in the neighborhood, in the school, in the public eye or in books who can serve as a role model to emulate.
(2) A marketable skill. A skill that can earn money will become paid work. A skill that does not earn money will just become a hobby.
(3) Delayed gratification priorities. A dollar invested instead of spent today will be many more dollars available to spend in the future.

Important Steps to Home Ownership

This post is written and sponsored by U.S. Bank.

So, you’re ready to make the big leap into home ownership? Good for you. Home ownership can be a great experience and holds a number of tangible and intangible benefits. But first, you need to actually buy that property, which, especially if this is your first home, can feel more than a little complicated.undefined

Understanding the mortgage process