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Emergency funds aren’t a new concept to having a healthy financial life. Part of being responsible with your money is keeping a certain amount in an easily accessible place in case of an emergency. You should have at least six months of income tucked away in your emergency fund. The general recommendation is to keep …
For the longest time, whenever we give advice on ways to cut your cell phone bill, one of our go-to recommendations would be Republic Wireless. However, with more competition having entered the Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) in the last few years, Republic Wireless is no longer competitive. Instead, we now recommend Mint Mobile. Mint …
Use our free simple retirement calculator to determine how much of your income you need to save for your future retirement nest egg. Simply enter your current age, the age you plan to retire, your starting principal, your planned monthly additions, and the estimated annual return rate to help you reach your future retirement goals.

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Watch Listen Read Corinne with Jonathan What You’ll Get Out Of Today’s Show Jonathan checks back in with Corinne from the Households of FI series to look at her numbers, goals, and map out a FI plan. Financial independence is not about having the most money. In the pursuit of FI, the math is simple, …
Leisa Peterson Website:  Wealth Clinic Book: The Mindful Millionaire What You’ll Get Out Of Today’s Show Your money story informs so much of your life even if you’re not aware of it. For 30 years, Leisa Peterson has been researching and studying how trauma in early life contributes to the money challenges faced later in …
What You’ll Get Out Of Today’s Show Jonathan draws a parallel between the episode on Monday with professional poker player Annie Duke and hitting his weight loss goals. Finding himself well over his desired weight, Jonathan took a health challenge and has kept the weight off for six months making him a weightloss statistical abnormality. …
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