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Lucy Robeson

Blog Info

Name:
Let Luc Finance
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
budget, minimalism, cash flow, saving, books, reading, music
Start Year:
2015

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Location:
Virginia, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Financial Planner
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Latest Blog Posts

Drum roll pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease! 100 Posts and 2 Years of Writing This is the 100th post published at Let Luc Finance and it comes just ahead of the Let Luc Finance two year anniversary. Celebrating Your Financial Success To celebrate I would like to share some of your financial success stories. I truly appreciate your responses to my emails and posts, via email and in person. It’s especially exciting for me to learn when you TAKE ...
Posted: Oct 02 2017 @ 4:54 PM
Over the last two years, I have written almost 100 posts! In fact, this is Post #99. Over this time, I have accumulated several post ideas – most of which came to life and can be found here. Others have found a home on my running list of ideas but have never become their own post. They feel more like tips, resources, and ideas than full posts, so I’ve decided ...
Posted: Sep 23 2017 @ 3:43 PM
In light of the recent Equifax data breach, I want to share some thoughts on what to do about it and what goes into the calculation of your credit score. Equifax Data Breach Let’s start with the security breach. First, this is a great article which summarizes what you need to know. Additionally, here are some key points I think are worth highlighting: You can see if you were potentially impacted by the Equifax ...
Posted: Sep 18 2017 @ 3:51 PM
For this edition of What I’m Reading, I want to share a few articles I have read and feel are worth sharing.   From Mr. Money Mustache, Give Yourself The Gift Of Not Worrying About Money. Even as you’re trying to save and make the best financial decisions with your future self in mind, it’s still important to enjoy life right now. “…take the relaxed perspective of your future rich self, and transport it ...
Posted: Aug 21 2017 @ 4:03 PM
Alright, here it is! I’ve received several requests for this post, collected responses to help create it, been part of many conversations about it, and done a lot of research to bring it all together. Thank you to everyone who responded to my request for information, provided additional details, and answered my questions to make this post as helpful as possible. Here’s everything you need to know about watching TV, paying for ...
Posted: Aug 18 2017 @ 2:19 PM
Freakonomics Radio Freakonomics Radio recently released two new podcast episodes that I think are worth highlighting on my blog. Managing your money and knowing how to invest can be complicated. I try to alleviate some of that through this blog, and I think these two episodes also help explain some of these concepts in a digestible way. Each episode is about 45 minutes long. They’re worth the listen. The Stupidest Thing You ...
Posted: Aug 07 2017 @ 5:18 PM
Earlier this year, I shared my pick for the best album of 2017 (so far). That album continues to be my favorite of the year, but I thought I would share other content that is making me happy in 2017. I love sharing recommendations with friends, as it often leads to great conversation and new things to learn. Disclaimer: Not all of this content came out in 2017, but I ...
Posted: Jul 24 2017 @ 6:08 PM
A couple months ago, I wrote a post about What To Say When You Can’t Afford It (Or Don’t Want To). This post talked about financial peer pressure and what to say when asked to spend more money on something than you want or can afford to do. The post was inspired by several questions from readers and conversations with friends and received a lot of positive feedback. Thank you ...
Posted: Jul 17 2017 @ 6:19 PM
About a month ago, I read an old friend’s post on Facebook. A few weeks went by, and I was still thinking about it. Here’s the gist of that post (shared with permission): “In February, my husband and I decided to concentrate our efforts and pay off our car loan (25 payments) early! Today I got to write the check and stick it in the mail. It’s been such a good experience ...
Posted: Jun 25 2017 @ 9:20 PM
On The Clock We often talk and think about how much money we make in terms of an annual salary. Of course, that salary has to fund our lives even while we’re not working. In fact, it has to fund the hours when we’re sleeping and not spending any money at all. Well, we’re not actively spending money. We’re still on the clock for our mortgage/rent, air conditioning, electricity, subscriptions, etc. So, ...
Posted: Jun 12 2017 @ 8:47 PM

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