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2016 November Passive Income Review

Slow and steady wins the race. I am just slowly chugging along in building my passive income this year. Not much excitement from month to month, but year to year comparison is a little more exciting.  261 more words


Building a Safety Net for your Children

Today the news is full of stories of children returning home to stay after college.  The recession certainly made it difficult for some to find jobs, but the recession has been over for a number of years, yet adult children are still sticking around.  1,146 more words


Be Prepared, Because Life Happens

An emergency fund is an essential part of your personal finances. Its importance is stressed in almost every personal finance book and budgeting blog, and yet 27% of Canadians have one month or less of expenses in their emergency fund. 1,105 more words

Personal Finance

How Your Emergency Plan can Save You

Good morning and happy Monday! I’m excited today to have written my first guest post over at My Family on a Budget – be sure to go check it out if you haven’t already. 1,863 more words


Baby Steppin': November 2016

We recently finished going through a Financial Peace University Class. It was exactly the kick in the pants we needed to get moving in a more fiscally sound direction. 484 more words

Dave Ramsey

Setting Goals and Kicking Buts

I am not one for sticking with goals I set, but this time I’m going to kick some buts.  I am going to focus on doing what needs to be done as quickly as possible, but also having some long term goals as well.   340 more words

Baby Steps

Time to assess your financial goals

This was originally published on Monday, November 21 ,2016 in the Pacific Daily News.  Click here to subscribe to the PDN.

With just a little over a month left in the year, you may be realizing that you haven’t quite met your financial goals. 547 more words

Yearly Review