Note: None of this should be taken as legal advice. In addition, life changes, such as raises, promotions, marriage, or kids, may result in a higher or lower taxable income. It’s best to consult a professional to see what is best for your individual situation. See my disclaimer for more information. “In this world nothing......
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At the end of this month, my manager is going to be leaving the company where I am employed. I’ve worked under him for almost all of the more-than-two-years I’ve been with my current company, and he’s probably the best manager I’ve ever had. I’m excited for him to take on the next leg of......
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This past week I turned 33 years old. I’m starting to become aware of the fact that I am no longer a young man. I’m definitely not old by any means, but having another birthday made me reflect a little on retirement. I only have 32 years of working life left until the traditional retirement......
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Are you trying to pay off your debt? I’m planning on finally eradicating all of my non-mortgage debt this year. I’ve written before how I completely derailed my get out of debt train at one point. It was silly of me and could have been avoided. In my experience, most credit card debt can be avoided.......
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If you’re anything like me then you have been mad at yourself at one time or twelve for acquiring so much debt. You have thoughts of regret mixed with a bunch of “if only’s.” “If only I didn’t have so much debt, then I would be able to afford a nice vacation.” It could be something......
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Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to join two people (things) in holy matrimony. They are very different things and can directly clash with one another; but when brought together, they can make managing your finances an incredible journey. Sound like your marriage? The two things I’m talking about are the abundance mindset and......
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A budget and pop music. Two things that are usually not compared together. Have you listened to any pop music recently? Some songs can sound very much the same so you can’t really tell what artist is singing it. Other songs sound vastly different even though it’s still considered pop music. Pop music these days......
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Now that we’ve gone through a list of the seven best budgeting methods and also what I’ve used from each method  to create my own budget, it’s time to get our hands dirty! Today, I want to teach you how to create a budget that works for you. So why do we need to do this?......
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In my last post, I provided you with the seven best budgeting methods that are around today. I also mentioned that I have used different budgeting methods to create a budget that is right for me and my family. Today, I want to show you what I took from each of the methods I went over......
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There are many different budgeting methods out there floating around in the ocean of information that we call the internet. Some are simple and some are complicated. A lot of them don’t work. This makes it hard to find a method that will work for you. So why is budgeting so difficult? For that, I......
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