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A common resolution set at the beginning of a new year is to “get my financial house in order.” But how can you build a house, let alone pour any kind of foundation, without a blueprint?
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Years ago when I worked in banking, a co-worker and I spent several weeks volunteering in a local high school classroom. The goal? To teach kids about the banking business.
Graduating from college debt-free can accelerate the path to FI dramatically. Brian Eufinger and Seonwoo Lee share their best tips on hacking the FAFSA on today’s episode. Hacking The FAFSA
Medical debt is a big financial burden for many people. Brad and Jonathan spoke with Craig and Jerry from RIP Medical Debt to find out more about their solution to
Increasing your savings is a pillar of pursuing Financial Independence. If you are just starting your journey, saving that first $1,000 is a big step! Through a combination of small
- Very good point. After 70.5, simply withdraw from the 401k to sustain your budget. By that time you should have done enough conversions already! 🙂
- Your spouse doesn't even have to be eligible him/herself (under the 10-year 40 credit point calculation). It's enough if one spouse if eligible. The other spouse...
- I have two young children. My parents set up grandparent 529s for each child and contribute a small amount each year. Separately my wife and I...
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