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Ryan Broyles: a Frugal Pro Athlete Story we can All Learn from (they do Exist!)
Sat, 08/8/15 | 7 Comments
Ryan Broyles: a Frugal Pro Athlete Story we can All Learn from (they do Exist!)

Most celebrity finance stories are super depressing and usually include the following phrases in the headline, “Files for Bankruptcy”, “Lost Millions”, or “Spent Entire Fortune on”. When I find one I like (i.e. Jason Brown …

Win the Lottery or Have the Perfect Job?
Mon, 07/20/15 | 14 Comments
Win the Lottery or Have the Perfect Job?

Someone recently posed an interesting brain teaser to me,
“Would you rather win the lottery or have the perfect job?”
Details were lacking, and it got me thinking (which was probably the point):
“Perfect by whose standards? And …

Patrick Pichette Retires Early – But Far Later than Necessary
Mon, 03/16/15 | 7 Comments
Patrick Pichette Retires Early – But Far Later than Necessary

By now, you’ve probably heard that Patrick Pichette, Google’s CFO, is hanging up his… calculator (er.. spreadsheets, maybe?) at the age of 52. Pichette publicly announced his retirement in a Google+ post last week. OK, …

Jason Brown Leaves NFL Millions & then the Story Takes a REALLY Odd Turn
Tue, 11/25/14 | 13 Comments
Jason Brown Leaves NFL Millions & then the Story Takes a REALLY Odd Turn

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, and while you contemplate leaving your friends and family for the consumer madness of Black Friday, I wanted to share a good story that is in the spirit …

Gen Y Retirement Savings Goal: $2 Million?
Mon, 08/25/14 | 14 Comments
Gen Y Retirement Savings Goal: $2 Million?

According to 77% of 226 investment advisors, in a recent survey, the low bar for what Gen Y should save for retirement is $2 million.
One author and investment firm president was quoted as prescribing,
“For a …

$1 Saved in your 20’s Equals $10 Saved in your 50’s!
Mon, 07/14/14 | 26 Comments
$1 Saved in your 20’s Equals $10 Saved in your 50’s!

$1 saved in your twenties can be the equivalent of $10 saved in your fifties, if invested over time.
Hard to believe? It’s true.
Actually, $10.06 to be exact – at an average annual rate of return …


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