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Ryan

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Name:
Spending Done Right
Category:
General Finance
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Start Year:
2018

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Location:
Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
Age:
20s
Race:
White
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Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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Self-Employed
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Latest Blog Posts

I constantly find myself wondering what apps certain people use in their day-to-day. Will there be a difference between mine and other members of the FI community? How will mine differ from other business owners? etc. Make sure to tell me some of your everyday apps in the comments below! This is a short and […] The post 5 Apps I Use Every Day appeared first on Spending Done Right. ...
Posted: Jan 23 2019 @ 6:30 PM
I looked at all of my past financial updates when deciding what I wanted to do for my first financial update when I’m back, and after much deliberation, I decided that I would keep up what I established at the end. So, rather than walking through every single transaction piece by piece right off the […] The post Financial Update for December 2018 appeared first on Spending Done Right. ...
Posted: Jan 18 2019 @ 8:58 PM
We’ve all heard the phrase. There are two things certain in life, death and taxes   Death we can do nothing about. Eventually, it will come for us all, and we just have to accept that. Taxes, however, we can minimize. As people, especially people within the FI community we often pride ourselves on our ability […] The post Self-Employed Taxes … Now What? (Calculator) appeared first on Spending Done Right. ...
Posted: Jan 04 2019 @ 10:00 AM
2019 is Right Around the Corner   As I write this it is December 20, 2018 meaning that it is almost 2019. And with that, I plan to take all of the money saving techniques I have implemented in my life after the past several months and kick them into overdrive. In order to accomplish […] The post 7 Easy Ways to Save Money in 2019 appeared first on Spending Done ...
Posted: Dec 22 2018 @ 10:00 AM
Where Have I Been? The last post I made was my financial update for the middle of July. Several things have happened since then. With regards to Spending Done Right and with regards to me. So I’ll break it down and explain what happened and what will change. Not wanting to simply write it off […] The post I Needed a Change, Now I’m Back … A Thought Process appeared first ...
Posted: Dec 01 2018 @ 10:05 PM
It is now July 18, meaning it is time to recap this month’s financials from July 1 – July 15, 2018. So let’s get into it. Financials Overview Income Statement Income: $3,381.60, $2,881.60 from my primary job, $500.00 as compensation for working with a friend Accounts Receivable: $634.73 Expenses: $3,027.25 Net Profit w/ Accounts Receivable: […] The post Financial Update: Mid-July 2018 – Progress! appeared first on Spending Done Right. ...
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So you’ve cut some expenses and what to start saving for an emergency. But where should you put it' A TFSA! So let’s get into what exactly a TFSA is, and how it can help you with your savings goals. What is it' A common misconception about Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSA’s) that I found hard […] The post TFSA’s: Are They Worth it and How do I Get One' appeared first ...
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Everyone plans to retire eventually, and a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is a great way to save for this eventuality. There are many different forms of RRSP’s, and, much like the TFSA discussed last week is more a wrapper to put on an account instead of an account itself. So let’s look deeper into […] The post RRSP’s: Are They Worth it and How do I Get One' appeared first ...
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Out of curiosity of how well it would work, I recently boosted a Facebook post. Specifically, this Facebook post, linking to this article: So how did it go' Let’s look into it. Expectations It is probably best to first start with what I expected from this boosted post. After doing some extensive research I found […] The post I Boosted a Facebook post. How did it go' appeared first on Spending ...
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I decided to change up how the financial updates look this week. So, rather than walking through every single transaction piece by piece right off the top I’m going to give some overviews first. With that said, if there’s anything you want to be added to the overviews or any suggestions for changes I could […] The post Financial Update: Here comes August! appeared first on Spending Done Right. ...
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