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My Path to Financial Independence

After what felt like an eternal circus of campaigning, and 6.9 BILLION dollars in election spending, the results are in (pending some close races). We have a new President preparing for a new administration. They're prepping their game plan, but what about you? What does this election mean for you? What's next? Each election cycle I [...]

Does anyone remember those personal finance classes we took in school? The ones where the teacher explained the importance of balancing a checkbook or the power of compound interest? Oh, that’s right. Those classes did not exist. Luckily, we can rely on financial experts to guide us in the realm of personal finance. Some even [...]

I love my job. Part of that love is that I also hate it sometimes. Maybe 10% of the time. In the moments that make up the 10%, I’m usually bugged out about things like  tech issues or someone sending the wrong report. When that happens, I tend to remind myself of a little early [...]

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