Category Archives: Budget

In 2010, a study was published by two Nobel prize-winning economists purporting that people with more money feel better about their lives. However, that held true only up to an annual salary of $75,000 ($90,000 in today’s dollars). Past the $75k threshold, people weren’t necessarily any happier. That scenario has…

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Since the first part of 2020 doesn’t “really” count because everyone was in stalemate (thank you Covid-19), we can basically start over now as the country starts to slowly reopen. So, welcome everyone. Spring has sprung! 🙂 It’s officially the season of cleaning, organizing, and working through all the build-up…

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Raise your hand if you’re dating, engaged, or married. Now keep your hand up if you want it to stay that way (as in…not divorce or break up). Hopefully everyone’s hand stayed up. If not, we’re the wrong people for the job. However, if you kept all five fingers high,…

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Do not save what is left after spending; instead spend what is left after saving.” Warren Buffett Financial security is more than making enough money—it’s saving enough to make it last. If growing your savings is a 2020 goal, you’ll be ahead of the one in five Americans with no…

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Welcome to 2020, the year you finally level up your finances. Let’s get started.

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