Andy Masaki

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Joined On:7th Apr, 2015
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About me: Andy Masaki is a blogger at Penny Less Dad and a financial writer at Oak View Law Group. He is a debt expert and a member of several online forums where he shares his advice and tips to lead a financially independent life.

Articles Contributed

Contributed on: 9th Jan, 2018

Today the Sun is shining bright! I have cleared off my debts, my life has changed, and days seem relaxing more than ever! But still, I sometimes have this strange jerk within me that triggers ... Read more »

Contributed on: 29th Dec, 2017

2018 is going to be fun, and I can see that!I am planning to travel a lot this year and was doing a profound research on the places I can travel on a tight budget.Actually, there are several countries... Read more »

Contributed on: 18th Dec, 2017

You won’t go looking for different debt relief options if your finances are in good shape. Isn’t it? You have chosen a debt relief option, means you’re in debt. Right? You have g... Read more »

Contributed on: 21st Nov, 2017

This year’s shopping fiesta is hanging overhead, and guess what, Cyber Monday is on the charts! It is nothing less than our dreams coming true. Like you can now buy that Macbook within $700, or... Read more »

Contributed on: 17th Oct, 2017

“Every piece of Halloween is kind of a cool lesson in financial behavior” Candies, spooky decorations, horrifying costumes, trick or treats - these 4 words are enough for the kids to wait eager... Read more »

Contributed on: 28th Sep, 2017

Checking credit scores may be difficult at times. If there occurs a hard pull or a hard inquiry, your scores might fall down by a few points. There is a division in the type of inquiry done on cred... Read more »

Contributed on: 5th Sep, 2017

Money on its own is said to be worthless. It is us who have assigned numbers to these papers, so that we can exchange it for general goods. Buying is what gives money its value. Otherwise it’s intri... Read more »

Contributed on: 10th Aug, 2017

Maintaining a good credit score is like taking good care of health, one way. You need this 3 digit number for nearly any new activity you want to initiate, be it taking out a home loan, buying a car, ... Read more »

Contributed on: 8th Aug, 2017

"For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows. -- Paul, 1 Timothy 6:10" Your menta... Read more »

Contributed on: 3rd Aug, 2017

Debt has earned a bad name since time immemorial. And it’s quite obvious for people to consider it as an omen. But is it so? The reason is your financial obligations can limit your reach towar... Read more »