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Things I Did Wrong And Still Retired Early

| October 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
Things I Did Wrong And Still Retired Early

If I listen to a lot of financial independence-retire early naysayers, it would have been a mistake for me to even think about an early retirement. Yet, according to common beliefs, there was a lot I did wrong and still retired early. I’m a FIRE living believer that the path isn’t limited to only the […]

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How To Improve Your Money Confidence

| October 1, 2020 | 0 Comments
How To Improve Your Money Confidence

If you’re working on improving your financial situation, it’s pretty common to struggle with your money confidence. Many people feel embarrassed about previous financial mistakes and wonder if they have what it takes to build the financial future they want. But it’s important to begin developing money confidence right from the beginning. Money confidence will […]

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Retirement For Beginners: The Roth IRA Explained

| July 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
Retirement For Beginners: The Roth IRA Explained

Roth IRAs offer tax-free growth on your retirement investments and significant tax benefits. If you are thinking about contributing to a Roth IRA, here is what you need to know. Before We Look at the Roth IRA, Understand a Traditional IRA. A Traditional IRA is a tax-deferred retirement savings account because any income tax or […]

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7 Simple Personal Finance Principles

| June 4, 2020 | 0 Comments
7 Simple Personal Finance Principles

I like the number seven. Ten seems like a lot of rules principles, and five may not seem like enough. Maybe I’m a bit bias because my birthday is on the seventh day of November. 🙂 I never thought I would write one of those articles about the number of ways to do this or […]

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How To Start Investing With Little Money

| May 19, 2020 | 1 Comment
How To Start Investing With Little Money

Want to start investing but don’t have much to contribute? You’re not alone. Given the cost of living in most areas, the amount of debt the average family has, and other important necessary expenses, many Americans can’t afford a $1,000 expense let alone spare extra money to invest. On the bright side, you don’t need […]

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Why The Economy Will Struggle To Restart

| April 21, 2020 | 2 Comments
Why The Economy Will Struggle To Restart

Restarting the economy is going to be more difficult than it was stopping it. A vigorous discussion on the topic is desperately needed as many feel talking about opening the economy is akin to reigniting the infection rate, when in reality, the discussion is needed to formulate an appropriate and workable plan. Talking about restarting […]

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The Fuzzy Math Behind COVID-19

| March 19, 2020 | 4 Comments
The Fuzzy Math Behind COVID-19

Fear is the most powerful weapon in war. Hitler deployed buzz bombs against London in an attempt to destroy resolve and heighten fear during World War II. It nearly worked, if not for the even greater resolve of the British people and their leader, Winston Churchill. Fear is such a powerful weapon that nations will go to […]

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How To Make Smart Decisions For Your Retirement Portfolio

| February 25, 2020 | 0 Comments
How To Make Smart Decisions For Your Retirement Portfolio

Saving money for your retirement is probably one of the most important goals you have right now. So, you have to find the right balance between investing with risk and investing with safe return to have a nice portfolio. You need to strategize and be successful at it if you want to be comfortable in […]

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Financial Planning For Early Retirees

| January 10, 2020 | 0 Comments
Financial Planning For Early Retirees

Recently I came across an article of someone who retired early making less than $50,000 and whose plan is to continue to live frugally in retirement. I thought to myself that is interesting and to each his own. But then I thought, if you’re working hard to eventually retire, you must be working super-hard to retire early […]

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8 Steps For Planning For Your Financial Future

| November 27, 2019 | 0 Comments
8 Steps For Planning For Your Financial Future

With so many of us falling into the trap of immediate self-gratification, we often neglect the financial planning that’s needed for our future. And as Scott Langdon from MoneyTaskForce.com says, “if you fail to plan for your financial future, you’re basically planning to fail. And we all know that the consequences of poor financial planning can be […]

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