MoneyNing talks smart investing
NEW YORK: MoneyNing.com offers strategy and insight on investing, saving money and creating financial security now and in the future. The personal finance blog provides free, no-nonsense money management advice and enjoys a following of more than 300,000 monthly visitors. Founded in 2007 by David Ning, a regular contributor to USNews.com, Money Ning.com has seen its quality content featured on various news outlets including the NYTimes.com and Time.com.
President Obama recently signed tax legislation that extends the Bush tax cuts for another two years. Even so, House Republican Leader John Boehner was quoted by the Los Angeles Times saying, "It's a good first step, but let's be clear. If we actually want to help our economy get back on track and to begin creating jobs, we need to end the job-killing spending binge, " Bohner continued, "we need to cut spending significantly, and we need to provide more certainty to small businesses around America."
Personal finance blog MoneyNing.com tackles this question in a recent post entitled How I Was Able to Take an Early Retirement, which encourages readers to pay themselves first. The posts author Professor Stephen C. Solosky believes that when it comes to investing in ones future, it has to be a priority. Solosky acknowledges that he hit some bumps along the road to building the nest egg that has enabled him to retire early, but he adds: "I still want to work even though I don't have to. I have given myself a great opportunity to explore new options."
Since its launch in 2007, MoneyNing.com has made a priority of helping individuals and their families develop the habit of spending less than they earn. The "live below your means" message resonates with MoneyNing.com's more than 300,000 monthly readers, making the money-related blog one of the most popular sites of its kind on the Internet. -Bloomberg