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Good morning, I’m spreading the news! I’ve had the privilege of writing a guest post on ‘Eyes On The Dollar’ talking about some Retirement topics. Please jump here to visit Kim’s blog.
As a switch up from what you’d expect during the pre-Christmas time, I’m throwing out an Retirement post. This tools gives a nice overview of expectations for retirement.
Well it’s that time of year again. The Traditional Christmas Shopping Season! Not like when I was a kid when you waited until Santa appeared at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. Nope, these days Christmas starts in October… or September… The … Continue reading
Wow, it’s been over a month since my last post. Did I fall off the edge of the planet? Did I lose internet? (did you even notice?)
I’m all about saving money. Sometimes you need to spend a little to save a little. One of the bigger things we’ve done is pony up a few dollars for Amazon Prime. We’ve been members for about 3 years now … Continue reading
We’ve been an advocate of the Emergency Fund (aka “Oh Crap Fund”) for years. It has definitely helped us out on a few occasions. And it’s not just the immediate need that it satisfies. Yes, it’s nice to know that … Continue reading
I’ve just added a new spreadsheet to help you (and me) with tracking mutual funds. Check it out on this page. With this you’ll be able to track what I consider to be some of the more important attributes of … Continue reading
I saw this post today from Retire by 40 and thought “Wow.. a really great way to look at using compounding”. Ok, actually when I saw the title I thought it was a running training article, which would go better with … Continue reading
One of my goals has been to pay off our Mortgage. Imagine going into retirement without a monthly mortgage payment hanging over you? But as this story tells, what may look like a good idea on paper, may wind up … Continue reading