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Andy

Blog Info

Name:
Aardvark Advisor
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Life Optimization, Personal Finance, Financial Independence
Start Year:
2017

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Location:
D.C., United States
Age:
30s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Project Manager
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Latest Blog Posts

I started writing this article while taking an overnight train from Seattle to San Francisco and looking out the window as we passed through a gorgeous national forest. Now, I say “started” because about 10 minutes into the process I got so nauseous from staring at the screen on a moving train that I had to abandon that whole idea… but that’s beside the point. The train ride was pretty ...
Posted: Aug 31 2017 @ 7:07 PM
I recently saw a question posted on Facebook about investing. The gist was: people recommend putting money into the stock market and letting it ride for the long term, but what happens if you invest (specifically in an index fund) and then there’s such a big crash that you lose all of the money because you hadn’t invested much? For readers that are experienced investors this may just seem like a ...
Posted: Aug 14 2017 @ 7:52 AM
When I think about the world of Sales, the first place my mind usually goes is the classic Alec Baldwin scene from Glengarry Glen Ross. Like probably a lot of people I’ve actually never even seen the rest of the movie, just these couple minutes of intense berating that Alec Baldwin’s character delivers to a room of salesmen. It seems like everyone reacts one of two ways to this clip ...
Posted: Jul 31 2017 @ 10:10 AM
When I’m left up to my own devices (like when the wife is out of town or back in my bachelor days), I could go a few days without ever really picking up the house. There are a few things that always grab my attention, like dishes in a sink, but other things I could probably leave indefinitely, like clothes on the floor. I think everyone probably has their own ...
Posted: Jul 17 2017 @ 7:22 AM
In the last installment, we ran through the basics of how marginal income tax brackets work in the US and the way that many people misunderstand the concept. Today, we’ll cover the related concepts of tax brackets for capital gains and dividend income. Many people I know don’t really ever deal with these two concepts because their income comes from a W-2 (a.k.a. paid by their employer), but for the ...
Posted: Jul 09 2017 @ 7:04 PM
Today we take a crack at simplifying a concept that I’ve found is misunderstood by a pretty large portion of the population. As always, this has nothing to do with people being “smart” or not, but is more about the sort of common knowledge that gets passed around in our society and the lack of any real formal education taking place in matters related to personal finance. So, I don’t ...
Posted: Jun 30 2017 @ 12:08 PM
With this, the first ever article on this site, I wanted to accomplish a few things. I wanted to take a case study from real life and break down the financial impact and what could have been done differently. I hope to tackle lots of case studies on this site because I think they’re way more relatable than just me blathering on about my opinions (don’t worry I’ll do plenty of ...
Posted: Jun 19 2017 @ 4:56 PM

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