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Chris Yetter

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The Cash Dad
General Finance
solutions, debt, credit cards, inspiration
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Lewistown, Pennsylvania, United States
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SIK (Single Income, Kids)
Engineer / Mechanical

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Check out the Newest Article from The Cash Dad . . . Our Culture Has Been Brainwashed to Think Debt is Ok. Being in debt is normal. And a debt free person is an anomaly.  There. I said it. And you hear. . . err . . . or read it. You’re in debt, and I’m in debt. It’s the definition of normal. Some of us have more or less debt ...
Posted: Jan 21 2019 @ 9:00 AM
Check out the Newest Article from The Cash Dad . . . Learn How to Create a Simple Budget in Excel. So you need a budget? You’ve read many an article about budgeting. Maybe even one or two on this very site. Like this one. Or this one from last week? And now you’ve finally decided to take the plunge and create your very first budget. Happy New Year! But how ...
Posted: Jan 14 2019 @ 9:00 AM
Check out the Newest Article from The Cash Dad . . . As We Start 2019, What’s More Exciting Than Starting Something New? Beginnings are always exciting. Whether it’s a job change, a new house, or a new relationship, starting something new has a suspense and mystique about it. Maybe it’s because we wonder what’s going to happen? Or we think about what could happen. At the start there is always ...
Posted: Jan 07 2019 @ 9:00 AM
Check out the Newest Article from The Cash Dad . . . The Cash Dad had a Great Year! How About You? Before I go through this year in review, I just wanted to thank you, my reader, for being here. I would still have a blog without you, but no one would be reading it. šŸ˜‰ This has been a great year for the Cash Dad! I started the blog ...
Posted: Dec 31 2018 @ 9:00 AM
Check out the Newest Article from The Cash Dad . . . Prioritizing Retirement Savings and the Basics of Retirement savings Plans. Are you ready for retirement? Have you even thought about it? Financially, I mean. Do you have a plan that you’re contributing to regularly that will be able to sustain you and your family when you reach the end of your working life? It’s a serious question. Are you ...
Posted: Dec 17 2018 @ 9:00 AM
The Cash Dad is at it again . . . Check Out these 65 Money Funnies from Around the Web. I thought I would take a little break from serious money related posts. Instead I decided to scour the web for all the money funnies that I could find. No seriously, all of them. Ok, ok, maybe not all them. I’m not that motivated. But I do like a good... The post ...
Posted: Dec 10 2018 @ 9:00 AM
The Cash Dad is at it again . . . Get Rich Quick Opportunities Through History and Current Back on January 24, 1848, James Marshall discovered gold at Sutter’s Mill in California. And so began theĀ California Gold Rush. Hundreds of thousands of people immigrated from all over North America for the chance to get rich quick. You might remember from history class, the people who eventually ended up in California... The post ...
Posted: Dec 03 2018 @ 9:00 AM
The Cash Dad is at it again . . . Do You Find it Hard to Keep Track of Your Many Payments? You’ve heard the common phrase, “Living paycheck to paycheck”. I would submit that for most of us it’s not the paycheck that’s the problem. It’s on the other side of the balance sheet where we get into trouble. You see, we’re living payment-to-payment. Related: The Payment Syndrome is... The post ...
Posted: Nov 26 2018 @ 9:00 AM
The Cash Dad is at it again . . . While You’re Chasing Your Money Goals, are You Still Living Your Life? I’ve written fairly extensively about becoming debt free. My family still has a mortgage remaining. And we have no other consumer debt of any kind. We have more than 50% equity in our house, and our net worth is trending up. We’re well on our way towards a... The post ...
Posted: Nov 19 2018 @ 9:00 AM
The Cash Dad is at it again . . . Do I really need all this Insurance? Is all insurance a waste of money? What insurance do I actually need? What is the purpose of insurance? Do I have more insurance than I need? What is “risk transference”? These are all great questions. And we’ll get to them all in this longer than normal post. There’s a lot of info... The post ...
Posted: Nov 12 2018 @ 9:00 AM


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