Homework: How I Invest My Money

At the end of their recently released book, "How I Invest My Money", where 25 financial professionals wrote short essays outlining how they invest and why, editors/contributors Joshua Brown and Brian Portnoy invited readers to write their own essay outlining how they invest their own money. This post is my version of that essay. Enjoy! … Continue reading Homework: How I Invest My Money

Cash Flow Management System: Expenses – Part I

Once we have an idea of how much money is flowing in, we will need to move on to how money flows out. In developing this thing we call cash flow management, often referred to as a "budget", managing our expenses is definitely the part we hate. For me, I would always think of budgeting … Continue reading Cash Flow Management System: Expenses – Part I

Cash Flow Management System: Income

Now that we have set up some goals for our money (short-term, mid-term, and long-term) and gotten an idea for how we would use our money in an ideal financial world, it's time to move into the specifics of handling our real-life cash flow situation. As you've probably figured out from this post's title, we're … Continue reading Cash Flow Management System: Income

Finunciate’s Rules for Revolving Debt (Credit Cards)

https://youtu.be/EDPzzxsMDms Finunciate's Rules for Revolving Debt (Credit Cards) Alright. I haven't exactly been shy about how my younger self got into a pretty sizable amount of debt, and how much of that debt was due to improper use of credit cards. So, it may come as a bit of a surprise that I haven't sworn … Continue reading Finunciate’s Rules for Revolving Debt (Credit Cards)