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Goal: Pay Off All Student Loans Deadline: 30th Birthday (October 2020)

This, falling and getting back up, being tempted, giving in, resisting and progressing, feels like training.

There’s a reason why I just ignored the student loans I had to take out for grad school. 644 more words

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Second Thoughts About the Emergency Fund

I just want to be smart with my money. I want to be well informed and make wise decisions that will ultimately help me reach my goal of financial independence where I have the freedom to determine how I want to spend my time and energy.   452 more words

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Rude Awakening

Yesterday at lunch, I read about how a blogger retired at age 34. His name was the Mad FIentist (FI for Financial Independence)and he had a lot of great advice to offer and even had an excel spreadsheet that he created to show people how they can plan their road to an early retirement. 482 more words

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Feel Like You're Flushing Your Resume Down the Toilet?

One of the frustrating things about the job application process is figuring out how to grab and hold the attention of a potential hiring party. It’s difficult to figure out what to say about yourself, as well as the skills and experience you possess in a way that makes you stand out from the many, sometimes hundreds of applicants that are vying for the same position. 603 more words

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Debt Elimination

The most popular approaches to debt elimination are: paying off the largest debt first, paying off the smallest debt first, paying off the debt with the highest interest rate first, and loan consolidation. 535 more words

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CYCLISTS, ARE YOU AWARE THE GOVERNMENT WILL OFFER YOU A TAX SWEETNER TO CYCLE TO WORK?

That’s right, the government will allow you to save up to 42 per cent on the cost of a commuter bike!

So I have your attention? 255 more words

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A Preview of the Upcoming Cash Flow Book

You may have noticed that the posts are a little less frequent than they have been in the past.  This is because I’ve been working on a new book, Cash Flow your Way to Wealth, that I’m hoping will be done and published in a month or two.   1,088 more words

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