2021 Financial Goals – August Update

2021 Financial Goals – August Update “You are never too old to set a new goal…” “When you’re young, you don’t learn to walk unless you fall over.” “If something is important enough, even if the odds are against you,…
Millennials want to FIRE at age 50

Millennials want to FIRE at age 50 Whether you agree with the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement or not – it’s a big thing. Personally, I’m a huge believer in clear goals. If FIRE at age 50 is your…
How Not To Waste Your Stimulus Check

How Not To Waste Your Stimulus Check The following is a guest post from R.J. Weiss, Certified Financial Planner, author and blogger from thewaystowealth.com. For most people, it’s a rare occurrence to get an unexpected yet significant sum of money…
2021 Financial Goals

2021 Financial Goals Another year, another round of goal setting! Let’s get after it! Financial goals – our power is in the “why” For years on this site, I mean years, we’ve set financial goals to keep ourselves accountable. 2021…
2020 Financial Goals – December Update

2020 Financial Goals – December Update When it comes to goals, I once read the following: “Set goals that both excite you and scare you at the same time.” The reasoning behind that is simple: goals should motivating and somewhat…

Why we want a $10,000 emergency fund A $10,000 emergency fund.  Seems like a pile of money doesn’t it? Some time ago, Mike Holman wrote an article for Moneyville in the Toronto Star and his emergency fund needs are even larger,…