Resources

Stuff I use: 



  • Taxes: TurboTax - my taxes have been pretty straight forward so I have never needed to pay anyone.  Turbotax's tax estimator or calculator is also very useful.  




  • This websiteblogger.comOnedrive.com (for making blogposts, charts, etc.,), Godaddy (domain). I'm pretty cheap and I don't want to put much money into something that doesn't have much revenue.  

  • Affiliate Links: FlexOffers.com, CJ.com, and Linkshare.com. This is how I make my $200 a month from this site.  

Blogroll: 

Smartpassiveincome.com - Top-notch resource for learning about how to create a blog, website, write an e-book, and all things for online business. Once you start reading, you'll be there for hours. 

MrMoneyMustache.com - Retire early, live minimally, and finding happiness in the right places 

RetireBy40.org - Awesome example of early retirement with a real life feel. Joe is very open about his finances. 

Madfientist.com - Learn amazing ways to pay as little taxes as possible and grow your money on your journey to financial independence 

MilesDividendMD.com - I'm a dentist (almost) so I can relate to this site. 

WhiteCoatInvestor.com - Savings, taxes, investing, etc. Another amazing resource for anyone, but really made for doctors. 
  
ObliviousInvestor.com - Investing made simple 
  
DoctorofCredit.com - More advanced credit card hacking, manufacture spend, etc. 

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing about the mechanics of your blog. For those of us over age 65, computers are often a source of marvel and irritation at the same time. Same with the technology of blogging. Wordpress.org can be a real PITA. Glad to see how you're making a few hundred a month with bloodspot. I place all of my free money (credit cards, blogging (someday), into L3 (Dividend Paying Stocks) and let it grow. Keep the good news flowing!

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    1. You're welcome! I'll do my best to update this page several times every year.

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  2. Christian...
    I'm surprised you are not using/marketing products with Amazon.com. I understand that is one of the best affiliates you can have. Have you tired it? Any results? Or...does it not work with blogger. See Bob Wells great blog site: cheaprvliving.com for someone who uses Amazon apprently with good results.

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    1. I've put amazon ads on my site before on side bars/bottom of posts. I didn't generate any success so I took them off since it was just an eye sore. However, I don't write articles with the intent to make money. If I have an article that happens to work well with an affiliate link, then yes, I'll include it. I don't spend enough time on this blog trying to look for ways to monetize it and I don't feel it is big enough to do so yet. If the popularity on this site increase more dramatically, I would probably put more time into finding ways to monetize.

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  3. Thanks for the info on passport photos. We had some taken this past summer but made a mistake on filing the passport form and only got passport cards not a passport book. The passport cards are not good for flying overseas only for border travel into Canada or Mexico. Did not want to spend full price again.

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