Real Estate Investing 101

This is a guest article by HIB who blogs at Happiness is Better about personal finance, real estate investing, early retirement, and being happy. If you enjoy this article, make sure you head over and subscribe to his blog.

Real estate investing is a relatively simple business. It requires a lot of hard work – unlike how it is portrayed on television. Just like anything else, once you have a system in place everything gets a lot easier. The same can be said for any business venture or project whether it’s a blog or a McDonald’s franchise. It’s all about having a system. What follows are some tips and strategies to help you get started. Real estate investing 101 if you will.

Can you fit through the eye of a needle?

This is a guest article from Bob who blogs at ChristianPF.com which serves as a resource for Christians to get practical tips, biblical revelation, and wisdom about how to handle our personal finances. If you like this article, make sure you subscribe to his blog.

Ah, you know the verse. It’s the one that people love to quote when they are trying to prove that Christians should be poor because it appears to be more righteous. Well, is it really?

Luke 18:25

“For it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.”

Is the next generation already wrapped in plastic?

This is a guest post from Connie Prater, a senior writer at CreditCards.com. Connie considers herself a savvy consumer, a mom, a penny-pincher/tightwad and an above average Scrabble player.

We’re raising a generation of kids bound for a plastic culture. That’s a world where paper currency is obsolete, where you buy and sell goods and services through electronic, wireless or remote transfers of dollars, pounds and Euros. But you never, ever use cash.

Don't make the Dr. Evil error of assuming

This is a guest article by Jeff who writes at Caddickisms where he shares his “thoughts on everything”. If you like this article, make sure you head over to Caddickisms and subscribe to Jeff’s feed.

Back in July, I missed a payment on one of my credit cards. I only missed it by 12 hours, but still, I missed it. This was a big problem, because I had heavily loaded this particular card under an excellent promotional balance transfer rate of 3.99% for the life of the balance. Give a credit card company a reason, and they’ll rip those promotional rates right out from under you – and missing a payment certainly qualifies as a good reason, from their perspective.

Fall wedding season tips

The following is a guest article from Tina who blogs with her sister at Frugal Sister. Frugal sister is written by Tina and her sister Margaret who are helping each other learn to cut the costs of daily living and save money. If you enjoy this article, make sure you head over and subscribe.

It seems that there are now two wedding seasons in a year, Spring and Fall. The fall wedding season is fast approaching and I have some tips for a smoother and less stressful reception. Here are some fall wedding season tips:

Increase your income by tithing

This is a guest post by James Rouse who blogs at Capital Couples Finance where he writes about finances, relationships, and life in general. If you like what you read below, please head over and subscribe to his RSS feed.

The last year has been absolutely incredible in so many ways, not the least of which is my annual household income has increased by more than 30%. I haven’t found a get rich scheme. I haven’t sold anything substantial. I didn’t just graduate from college. I have begun tithing to my church and it has dramatically changed my life. Tithing can literally increase your income.

Once again looking for guest posts

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I’m once again looking for guest posts as my queue is empty. Each Saturday I like to host a guest article from other bloggers to both give my readers a little variety and to give other blogs some visibility, especially new ones.

If you’re interested in having your article featured on Gather Little by Little, please contact me. I’m not real picky and am interested in articles on personal finance, Christianity, personal development, and frankly lots of other topics. So drop me a line and let me know the topic you’re thinking about and I’ll get you scheduled.

10 things worth spending more on

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This is a guest post by Bob who blogs about personal finance at ChristianPF.com. If you enjoy this post, make sure you head over and subscribe via RSS.

I was thinking about how I have spent a whole lot more money on certain items only to find out that they are just a little bit better than the cheaper alternatives. And on the other hand there have been things I have spent just a bit more money on and they were a whole lot better than the cheaper alternatives. When you look at buying decisions this way, it can dramatically change how and what you buy.

Rent Not to own: Why Renting Sometimes Makes More Sense

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This is a guest post from Frugual Dad who blogs about taking the “conservative” approach to personal finances. If you like what you read, make sure you head over and subscribe via RSS or email!

Ignoring the Joneses

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The following is a guest post by That One Caveman from One Caveman’s Financial Journey, where he writes about his life, his family’s financial struggles and successes, and the various tools and tricks he employs to eliminate his debt. If you like what you read, make sure you head over and subscribe to his blog!

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