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Invest in Index Funds and Gamble a Little

If you listen to Warren Buffett, one of the best and most famous investors in the world you should skip picking stocks and instead invest in a low cost, low fee broadly based index fund.  I’ll take that one step further.  You should also do it yourself without the help of a financial advisor who […]

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Which debt should I pay off first?

Which debt should I pay off first?

Do you want to get rid of your debt as quickly as possible?  Of course you do, nobody wants to hang on to debt forever.  Then I’m going to share with you a secret. The order in which you pay your debt matters! Common sense would tell us to pay off the debt with the […]

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How to Avoid Fees in your Investment Account

How to Avoid Fees in your Investment Account

One of the most commonly searched terms in personal finance is how to save money.  Many of us look for ways to save with our own financial products including our investment products and accounts.  I’m not interested in paying trading fees, financial advisor fees, account maintenance fees, or just about any other fee found in […]

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Money Saving Tips for 2021 New Year Fireworks

Money Saving Tips for 2021

How much money do you save each month? Do you wish you had more money saved for 2021?  If you are looking for some of the best Money Saving Tips for 2021 then you have landed in the right spot. There are many ways to learn how to save money, and today I’m going to […]

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The Really Quite Good Guide to Become a Millionaire

Growing up I had dreams of becoming a millionaire, because then I could own fancy cars, big houses, and golf at beautiful locations around the world.  Quite honestly I thought that picking the right stocks and having a high paying job were all the tips I needed to become a millionaire.  Turns out my financial […]

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Top 5 Vanguard Index Funds Polar Bear Boring

My Top 5 Vanguard Index Funds

Over time as I went from deeply in debt to creating an investment portfolio for both retirement and financial independence my thoughts, words, and actions have changed.  Today I want to share my top 5 vanguard index funds and my aggressive style index portfolio. Most of my money is invested in index funds and not […]

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Millennial Investor Survey with Vanguard

Vanguard, an American registered investment advisor and maybe the best known investment company in the world, recently conducted a survey about retirement, investing, and financial advice during market volatility.  The survey was conducted as a broader survey to see the difference in generations as it relates to investing.  885 millennials with minimum household incomes of […]

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The Really Quite Good Guide to Unexpected Expenses

The Really Quite Good Guide to Unexpected Expenses

Unexpected expenses are like a mosquito quietly trying to attack you.  The expenses leave you itchy, in a little pain, and certainly in the irritable category.  So how do I stop unexpected expenses? We all have had unexpected expenses.   The medical bill that you surely didn’t see coming.  I mean lots of people trip walking […]

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Travel Hack to 1st Class with American Airlines

Travel Hack to 1st Class with American Airlines

I’m not a big fan of credit cards but I am a fan of free travel.  I’m an even bigger fan of free travel while sitting in 1st class.  That’s exactly what happened to me.  I went from paying hundreds of dollars for a flight to flying 1st class for free.  Let me share exactly […]

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