Tag Archives: income

Easy Tips for Reading Financials: Introduction

When you are looking to invest, reading financials of a company gives you the blueprint. They can tell you what you need to know to make a solid investment decision. However, it can be tricky to figure these reports out. Here is a guide to help you as you begin to look over financial statements. The Basics To… Read More »

Play the CashFlow 101 game: Explains why your cash is low?

cashflow-101-game.html Is anyone here a fan of CashFlow 101 game? Did you ever play the game before? I’ve been a keen player of the game for some time now. I’ve even introduced to some of my students over the years, even the younger ones enjoyed playing the game. What is CashFlow 101? Cashflow 101 is an educational board… Read More »

Can the CashFlow 101 game teach you about your finances? Perhaps…

Is anyone here a fan of CashFlow 101 game? Did you ever play the game before? I’ve been a keen player of the game for some time now. I’ve even introduced to some of my students over the years, even the younger ones enjoyed playing the game. What is CashFlow 101? Cashflow 101 is an educational board game… Read More »

Steps to Renting: Becoming a Landlord

If you remember my previous post about generating additional income, it was quite a long time ago in which I wrote: My wife and I have talked about renting out our current apartment to generate additional income. But we encountered three problems that have so far prevented us from making any success on this: 1. we like it… Read More »

Current Holdings: October 13th, 2008 – Another Piece of the Puzzle

Well, the market is back up today (but with the poor performance of the economy, it’s going to be a couple of months before we know the after effects), and in the interests of ‘coming clean’, I’ve decided to reveal what my current stock holdings are. And when it was done, I was staggered how much the portfolio… Read More »

Credit Card Post: September 2008 – Was it a big disaster or not?

After the modest spending of the last few months, I was greeted by a mighty thwack with September’s Bill. The damage was nearly NT$80,000! So what happened? How could it be so high? Actually, most credit card statements tell a story: this was no exception. It’s a story of three parts. Part 1: The business We’ve been on… Read More »

2 Years Online: An anniversary for nearly $12000 extra income

I promised that I would be switching to cash accounting rather than counting each penny as I earned it. But then I realized that I’d be making the switch mid-year and in some cases I would be double counting some income, creating a false total. Then in August, the changes that I had been planning for the blog… Read More »

Should I blog about my own finances?

One of the reasons I set up my blog on DollarTravels was to encourage me to put more effort into my financial life. While I’ve been very succesful as a blogger, and earned not a small amount of money!, I haven’t really posted any personal financial details on any of the blogs I write before. I do share… Read More »

Newsbytes: Interest, income and AdWords

Well, it’s a real long time since I did a newspost for InvestorBlogger. But here it is… what’s going on with InvestorBlogger? July Income Report: Changes Afoot July was less than a stellar month on income for InvestorBlogger, bringing in an approx. $471.12. I’ll be including this but from July 1st I’ll be reporting on a strictly CASH… Read More »