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Your net worth is more important than how much money you make. It’s amazin...
Pay yourself first is such simple advice, but so few people do this.
The best investment decision you can make is setting a high savings rate because it gives you a huge margin o...
The only way to get ahead financially is to stay behind your own earnings power.
Carrying credit card debt is a great way to negatively compound your net worth. But credit itself is important.
Likely the biggest expense over your lifetime will be interest co...
The goal is to spend money on things that are important to you but cut...
Most of the time these “emergencies” are things you should plan on happening periodically.
This is a huge personal finance margin of safety item. Just remember that insurance is about protecting wealth, not building it.
Everyone should have a back-of-the-envelope idea about where their net worth (assets – liabilities) stands.
Before knowing where you want to go you have to know where you are.
Everyone should try to do their own taxes at least once just to understand how it all works.
It can be maddeningly complicated, but it can help you save money over time if you kn...
Saving and/or cutting back is a great way to get ahead, but it’s an incomplete strategy if you’re not trying to earn more by enhancing your career.
Too many people are stuck in t...
...instead of thinking about retirement. The goal shouldn’t be about making it to a certain age so you can ride off into the sunset, but rather getting to the point where you don’t have to wor...
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