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KC Beavers is a semi-retired entrepreneur. The subject of personal finance has always fascinated him. In an effort to not bore those around him with all his love of personal finance as much he has come here to bore all of you instead. Be sure to follow KC on Twitter or Google+.

How I Became A Millionaire Yearly Update 2002

How I Became A Millionaire Yearly Update 2002

Tweet Starting with a net worth of less then zero to having a net worth over a million before I was 30, this series will show you how my family and I did it. This is the first of the series of my journey to becoming a millionaire in eight years, or should I say how I […]

Maximum 401k Contribution for 2014 Has Been Announced

Maximum 401k Contribution for 2014 Has Been Announced

Tweet Each year the Internal Revenue Service sets the maximum amount of contributions a person can make toward their 401k plan. On Thursday October 31, the IRS announced that the contribution limit will remain unchanged for 2014, here. The amount maximum contribution amount will be $17,500, the same as 2013 maximum 401k contribution limit. The […]

credit karma review

Credit Karma Review

Tweet I have had a number of people ask me about Credit Karma. I have used it a number of times to check my credit score and like it, so I figured I would go ahead and write a Credit Karma Review for all of you. When people start to repair bad credit or even if […]

Are Precious Metals Good Investments?

Are Precious Metals Good Investments?

Tweet When you are looking for a retirement investment strategy, the options available to you can become overwhelming. An IRA will work for most small business owners (read: individual contractors), but businesses owners and employees will want to start contributing the max they can  to a 401k as soon as possible. The trouble is that, […]

What Does ETF Stand For?

What Does ETF Stand For?

Tweet Ever wondered what does ETF stands for? ETF is the abbreviation of exchange traded fund, sometimes people will refer to this as electronic traded fund but the first is more correct. So that is it, that is all you wanted to know, you can click away from the page now. Well I guess I […]

How to Make a Will

How to Make a Will

Tweet How to Make a Will In 11 Steps While it may seem much easier just to let the legal system divvy up your funds (joke intended), more often than not, the assets wind up in probate and eventually claimed by an estate company or probate courts, which can turn into a nightmare. This can […]

Find the Best CD Rates for Investing Your Money

Find the Best CD Rates for Investing Your Money

Tweet We have talked a lot about 401k’s and rolling over your employer-sponsored 401k into a either a traditional IRA, or a Roth IRA account when you leave your employer. While IRAs offer several tax benefits, there are reasons you might consider depositing those funds into a Certificate of Deposit (CD). What is a Certificate of […]

How To Buy Stocks

How To Buy Stocks

Tweet We all need to be investing toward our future. There are many different types of investments you can look at, don’t forget to invest in yourself, but the stock market can be one of best for many of us. When you first start out investing in stocks it can seem daunting and complex, but […]

what is a good credit score

What is a Good Credit Score?

Tweet An established credit history and credit score often stands between potential home or car buyers and their dream. But what is a good credit score? What exactly is a credit score? What makes a credit score “good?” How to improve your credit score? If you’re new to building credit there are a few things you […]

How Often Should You Check Your Credit Score

How Often Should You Check Your Credit Score

Tweet You have probably heard about the importance of your credit score and credit history, and may have even shrugged it off, but there are a number of reasons to check both. First you need to know what’s a good credit score. Then you know that the better your credit score, the better your chances of being […]