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After earning an undergraduate degree in Economics and a Master of Arts in Management at Wake Forest University, Josh has paid off over $80k in student loan debt in 3 years. Josh wants to help people make smarter decisions by sharing the lessons he's learned about brand/career building, making the most of college, and pursuing financial independence.

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Working Hard Isn’t Enough To Get Ahead

| September 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
Working Hard Isn’t Enough To Get Ahead

If you come from a lower or middle-class background in America, you’ve probably heard someone say that the key to success in life is working hard. That’s not to say that wealthy people don’t want their children to work hard – they just know the formula isn’t that simple. I recently read an excerpt from “The […]

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5 Ways To Improve Your Finances Today

| August 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
5 Ways To Improve Your Finances Today

Everybody’s busy these days, but are you really too busy to improve your finances? It’s always important educate yourself about personal finance. However, there are small things you can do today that’ll help you reap rewards as well. So set aside a couple hours, buckle in, and commit yourself to making positive changes with your money. How to […]

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Rethinking The Traditional Concept Of Retirement

| February 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Rethinking The Traditional Concept Of Retirement

What is the first thing that pops into your mind when picturing the retirement phase of life? For me, I think of nursing homes, AARP, shuffleboard, maybe some fishing or a similar hobby. For decades, the traditional mold has been retiring at 65-70 and living out your remaining years from there. The more you think about […]

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FIRE: Basics For Your Retirement Game Plan

| September 8, 2017 | 0 Comments
FIRE: Basics For Your Retirement Game Plan

You want to retire early but don’t know how. You want to be financially independent but don’t know how. Here’s the deal: the rules of FIRE (financial independence / retire early) are easy to follow, but the execution of your retirement game plan requires complete focus and discipline. The 4% Rule The 4% rule is the glue […]

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