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It’s been a busy week. In a good way.
Heuristics are rules intended to help you solve problems.
If you once had a well-paying job, got downsized, and could not get a comparable job, then the latest statistics about stagnant growth in employment can be distressing.
2016 was the year of banking complaints. Were you one of those impacted by the more than 2 million phony accounts at Wells Fargo?
I want to share a simple truth with you that will change the way you think about the products you buy and the habits you build.
A colleague asked me a question that prompted this blog post. It’s going to focus on my daily rituals and all of my most important daily habits.
I’m going to share a simple philosophy with you today. But the impact it will have on your life is HUGE, if you apply it. Take two minutes to read about it and start applying it right now.
The Little Book That Beats the Market is a classic book on investing in the stock market. Here are his main ideas, and the “magical formula” he uses.
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My name is Kalen and I write short, simple articles on money and productivity. I’m a finance nerd and a productivity junkie. I’ve been told I defy millennial laws by being happily married, having four children and no debt. If you’re ready to take control of your money, become insanely productive and create positive habits, you’re in the right place.
Understanding Life Series
As a society, we are addicted to consumption. We consume products, food, things…at an alarming rate.
I’m starting this “Understanding Series” with consumerism for a reason. I’m going to go in-depth with every area of your finances throughout this series, but it all starts right here.
I’m not that extreme, but I do lean towards the second option.
Debt can be used for leverage, but I’m going to make an argument for eliminating it and living with out. I’ll show you how to do that.
It may be so far in the future that you haven’t really thought about it, it could be closer than you care to admit, or you could technically be retired right now.
It doesn’t matter how old or young you are. The fact is, you need to start thinking about retirement now. Today.
To rent or to buy? Should you pay off you mortgage early or invest the money?
What if you could make both work for a superior option? Maybe you can.
Now that we understand what it’s actually for, what exactly does it do?
And who needs life insurance anyways? Just employees? Stay-at-home spouses? Children?
Obviously, it’s a problem. A problem that can be avoided, but if you’re past the avoiding stage, it may be your best option.
Let’s dive in and discuss the different types of bankruptcy, when to file, when not to file, and the effects of filing.