Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Money Quotes


Hello My Cheap Cheetah Family. For June 1th I want to share with you some good Money Quotes. To get you thinking about your money. Have a great June 1th Day. I especially love the Onion and Wallet quote that is so me. Have a Great Cheap Cheetah Day & Save that $$

Monday, May 29, 2017

Happy Memorial Day

                            Wishing My Family a Happy & Healthy Memorial Day.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Having Some Fun In New York

My Great Yard Sale Finds

I Got This!

                                          Hello My Cheap Cheetah Family, How You?

I have to say I got this!! Meaning that I had found some killer deals and Cool stuff last weekend at a Community Yard Sale. I will show you what I got in my Video later on. But remember this is Yard Sale Season for me. This is how I get my cheap thrills. I love looking over people's junk and finding jewels in that junk.  It's a cheapskate paradise for me hitting flea market, yard sales/garage sales. Let's not forget  it's way cheaper to find brand new in the box stuff at yard sales then it would be to buy it in the stores. Sometimes that is... Have a Great Cheap Cheetah Day & Save That $$$

Friday, May 19, 2017

Yard Sale Season!!!!


This weekend is so Hotttttttt. Meaning  there are so many community yard sales and individual ones  this weekend that I am excited and it's only Friday!! I am prepared with for my yard sale adventure by getting my stuff ready like (  cold water to drink and water to wash your hands with, singles, camera for videos, paper to wrap stuff, bags to put stuff in etc). I know one community yard sales I go to every year they have some good stuff but sometimes the stuff can be pricey.  I have a new community sale that I will also  be going to this Saturday hopefully they will have some good and cheap  stuff.  Look at my YouTube Videos if you have not seen my yard sale adventure yet.  I will let you know how it all goes down this weekend. I am excited! Have a Great Cheap Cheetah Week!!!

Money Challenge Update


                              Good Morning My Cheap Cheetah Family. How Are You Today?

Money Challenge Updates.... So far the dollar a day challenge for me is a bust. I thought it would be easy to make a dollar a day I was wrong. Also my Twenty Dollar Challenge is still on. I am working on trying to take $20 and start a business with it. Well really I am using $25 inflation you know. So how are your Money Challenges doing? Have a Great Cheap Cheetah Day & Save That $$$$

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Only $10 Buck!!!

                              Good Morning My Cheap Cheetah Family, How You Today?


Let's say you could only spend $10 on food for the entire week, what would you get?
You are only feeding yourself and have spices, condiments, oil, sweeteners, coffee, tea, water and dry baking ingredients on hand.
What's your shopping list? You can use the lowest price you've previously bought/seen the items for. So what would be in your shopping cart for $10?
Have a great Cheap Cheetah Week!



Friday, May 12, 2017

Still Hustling

Hey Everyone. Here's the latest on my twenty dollar hustle. Right now I am looking into Facebook Market place just to see how it will benefit me and my business. If you have ever used the market place please share your experience with me  right here thanks.. Keep on Hustling

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Small Amounts....


 

                                  Hello My Cheap Cheetah Family. How Are You Today?

What are some of your favorite ways to make small amounts of money. Some people would do the following...


Selling some of their used clothes, cds and dvds on Ebay or Craiglist,

Do lots of medical surveys, mostly online and occasionally by phone or in person

I paint/restore old furniture that they find left on the side of the road for free, then sell it after they have finished making it look nice.

Credit card rewards. Take advantage  of the rewards that credit cards offers on hotels, airfare and other entertainment.

 Some people  go to garage and estate sales  looking for stuff to resell ( I do this to!)

Selling books on ebay  Some people can make  $5 a week to $400 a week, Depending upon the books that they sell.

 Some people have live chickens and after the chickens had eggs they would sell them.

 Some people would  work as tutors  for recent immigrants

 Some also would  typed up people's papers in college if they didn't have a computer or didn't know how to type.

You can also participate in clinical  test  or do online surveys.

These are  a few thing I personally do, mystery shopping, online surveys, pick up cans and return for the deposit. Look for contest to enter and possibly win.
                             
These are just few things what do you do to make  small amounts of $$$$?

                                                    Have a Great Cheap Cheetah Day!

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Coin Collection

                                          Good Morning My Family, How Are You Today?
Well I just wanted to share with you what I have collected. Yes it's coins I collected a plastic bucket full of coins. When I rolled all of it up the amount was  $75. Now what  the plan for this $$ is this... ....$25 will go toward my investment of Kellogg's stock, which would leave me $50. $25 of that 50 will go toward my holiday club. and the remainder $25 I will try and make or start a business with it by finding stuff at yardsales cheap to resale for a profit. So that's what  I am going to do. Hopefully there will be more coins to collect in the future I will keep you posted! Have a great Cheap Cheetah Day & Like me Save that Money!!!

Friday, May 5, 2017

A Million Bucks


 

 
 Hello My Family How Are You Today?

Here are five reasons a $1 million nest egg could leave you short, according to financial advisers from around the country:
1. Health-care spending. Health-care needs are often overlooked when it comes to retirement planning. Unfortunately, bridging the gap between early retirement and Medicare at age 65 can be an expensive undertaking, said Benjamin Brandt, a financial advisor at Capital City Wealth Management.
The earlier the retirement, the larger the gap. "A super-sized emergency fund, fully funded Health Savings Account and non-retirement long-term savings can go a long way toward meeting these future needs," he said.
Unfortunately, too many early retirees forget to plan for this aspect of their future lives until they're already there.
2. Long-term care. Long-term care is rarely mentioned by early retirees, mostly because people assume they won't need it. But this is one area where you could suffer if you don't plan ahead. The average annual cost of an assisted-living facility in the United States was $43,536 last year. And in 20 years the projected annual cost for that same level of care is expected to be closer to $78,636 a year, according to a 2016 Genworth Cost of Care research study.
"Factoring in those expenses could easily wipe out even a million-dollar portfolio in a short and devastating fashion," said Josh Brein, a financial advisor with Brein Wealth Management.
Good financial advisers will instruct their clients on this risk and introduce them to long-term care insurance and other alternative insurance products that fit clients' needs.
"The truth is, everyone and everything will have a plan for your money, even if you don't. Whether it is a company on 5th Avenue, a vacation resort company or — God forbid — even Las Vegas, they have a plan for your money!" -Martin A. Smith, founder of WealthCare Financial Group
3. Retirement lifestyle. A large component of retirement planning is figuring out exactly how much you need to spend. But not everyone takes the time to run those numbers, said Martin A. Smith, founder of WealthCare Financial Group.
Smith suggests future retirees sit down and ask themselves a string of important questions. For example, do you plan on living in the same house or downsizing? Do you plan on providing for elderly parents or adult children? Have you paid off your home yet, or do you intend to?
"The truth is, everyone and everything will have a plan for your money, even if you don't," he said. "Whether it is a company on 5th Avenue, a vacation resort company or — God forbid — even Las Vegas, they have a plan for your money!"
If you don't take the reins, the natural current of lifestyle expenses can easily eat away at your nest egg. To combat this, you need to know exactly how much you plan to spend each month so you can calculate against your retirement funds to ensure a safe rate of withdrawal.
4. Inflation. Another key factor future retirees most often forget is one you never see: inflation. To be honest, nobody realizes how much inflation can erode their purchasing power, because it happens at such a slow pace.
If inflation were to rise at 3 percent annually, most investors are not going to notice it much year over year. However, your purchasing power will nearly be cut in half over 20 years. A good financial advisor will factor inflation into your retirement plan so you're not left holding the bag.
I read this article and wanted to share it with you. So what do you think is  1 million bucks enough to retire with?  Have a Great Cheap Cheetah Day

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Thrift Store Rap! Cool





Very Cool Rap about the Thrift Store and Bargain Prices....
I Love it! Have A Great Cheap Cheetah Day & Save That Money!!!!

Weight Watchers On The Cheap

Monday, May 1, 2017

GiveAway


Good Morning My Family. Happy May 1th. Today I feel like giving my family a gift. So here's the deal. If you can give me one thing that your doing this month to Save, Make or Have Fun with your money. The best creative/clever Idea that I receive will win this Great Cheap Cheetah Bag. ( Only One Winner Per Giveaway). So get your thinking caps on... Have a Great May 1th & Save that $$