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Keep Investing Simple, Supid!
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Personal finance, frugal living, budgeting, spending plans, investing, military, retirement planning, asset allocation
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The last post discussed the different factors that helps determine your stock:bond asset allocation. After thinking it through some more I think it’s a good idea to expand on it Continue Reading ...
Posted: Mar 15 2018 @ 3:43 PM
This is the third post in the Retirement Savings Series. The first post reviewed the different types of retirement plans available although what you can utilize will mostly be determined Continue Reading ...
Posted: Mar 08 2018 @ 4:01 PM
Once you figure out which retirement plan you are going to invest in (e.g. IRA, 401(k), TSP) the next step is to decide if you’re going to select the “Roth” or Continue Reading ...
Posted: Mar 02 2018 @ 6:00 AM
This post will walk you through where and how to start investing for retirement. We’ll cover the specific retirement plans available to you, where to find them, and how to Continue Reading ...
Posted: Feb 26 2018 @ 5:00 AM
Time in the Market The first principle of saving for retirement is to start as early as possible in life. Starting early ensures you have longer market exposure, or time Continue Reading ...
Posted: Feb 24 2018 @ 9:28 AM
Regardless of your current relationship status, it’s impossible to ignore this time of year! From those of you that wait until last minute to do something special for your special Continue Reading ...
Posted: Feb 14 2018 @ 4:46 PM
When people refer to saving, they are typically talking about multiple things while using the same term. It’s wise to separate out the different types of saving funds and reasons Continue Reading ...
Posted: Feb 08 2018 @ 4:22 PM
Emergencies happen. We all like to think that we’re immune from them and that they only happen to other people. And then, bam! Out of the blue, you get in Continue Reading ...
Posted: Jan 30 2018 @ 7:00 AM
If you’ve been following along, we’ve been tracking our spending and now know what percentage of our income we spend in the different categories. If you’re just joining us, go Continue Reading ...
Posted: Jan 27 2018 @ 9:10 PM
If you’ve been following along with these budgeting posts, you should be at the point of knowing what your spending looks like. Now, we’ll take time to pause and compare Continue Reading ...
Posted: Jan 24 2018 @ 8:38 PM


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