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Making Net Worth More Useful
Wed, 04/9/14 | 13 Comments
Making Net Worth More Useful

A few years back, I had a little net worth bashing session.
Over time (and increased net worth) my view on this financial metric has softened a bit, but not much.
A softer side comes from an …

Solo 401k Basics for Self-Employment Income
Mon, 04/7/14 | 2 Comments
Solo 401k Basics for Self-Employment Income

This is the second of a multi-part series on retirement accounts for self-employment income.
I previously gave a rundown of SEP IRA’s. In this post, I’ll cover the mighty Solo 401k. And up next: the SIMPLE …

SEP IRA for Self-Employment Income Basics
Mon, 03/31/14 | 3 Comments
SEP IRA for Self-Employment Income Basics

I recently did some in-depth research on SEP IRA’s, SIMPLE IRA’s, and Solo 401k’s for personal use for my side self-employment income and wanted to cover the primary questions I had and answers I found, …

Starting Down the Road to Financial Independence? Don’t Obsess Over Investment Returns, but you MUST Obsess Over this
Wed, 03/26/14 | 13 Comments
Starting Down the Road to Financial Independence? Don’t Obsess Over Investment Returns, but you MUST Obsess Over this

The 20somethingfinance motto is “Get a Head Start on your Freedom”.
“Freedom” is a bit ambiguous really, and as with a lyric on a favorite song, you can take it to mean whatever you like. But …

myRA Retirement Plan Details: Everything you Need to Know
Mon, 02/10/14 | 12 Comments
myRA Retirement Plan Details: Everything you Need to Know

In the most recent State of the Union, President Obama mentioned a new retirement plan, called myRA (short for “My Retirement Account”). Awww… isn’t that a cute little name for a retirement plan? Who’s a …

Should you Contribute to a 401k or IRA when in Debt? Apply the 5% Cutoff Rule
Thu, 12/26/13 | 9 Comments
Should you Contribute to a 401k or IRA when in Debt? Apply the 5% Cutoff Rule

One of the most common financial topics brought up at the work lunch-room table (or really anywhere, now that I think about it) centers around the old save for retirement vs. pay off debt debate.
The …


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