Compound Returns: 2X your Retirement Savings by Starting at 25 vs. 35
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One of the biggest sentiments I encounter when chatting about retirement savings with others goes a little something like this,
“Ahhh. I’m young – I’ve got plenty of time to save for retirement in my later …

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The Shockingly Low Amount of Retirement Savings per American
October 19, 2009 | 153 Comments

Average Retirement Savings per American
According to the Employee Benefits Research Institute’s 2014 Retirement Confidence Survey, 60% of workers in the U.S. have less than $25,000 in total savings and investments, outside of their home value …

When to Move to Joint Financial Accounts
September 29, 2009 | 10 Comments
When to Move to Joint Financial Accounts

The Joint Bank Account Debate
Should you keep separate or create joint financial accounts when you get married? It’s one of those age-old hot personal finance topics. When do you know if it’s the right time …

3 Simplistic Strategies for Getting Rid of Clutter
September 20, 2009 | 12 Comments
3 Simplistic Strategies for Getting Rid of Clutter

I’m going to keep this one simple. I’ve found three effective strategies for tackling clutter. If you struggle with clutter, like just about everyone I know, then give them a try. A combination of the …

Why Getting Rid of Clutter is so Hard
September 13, 2009 | 7 Comments
Why Getting Rid of Clutter is so Hard

Clutter elimination has become somewhat of an ongoing battle for me. One one hand, being able to eliminate things from your life frees up your conscience from feeling indebted to them. The less ‘stuff’ you …

Harvard’s Endowment Fund Hoard
September 10, 2009 | 19 Comments
Harvard’s Endowment Fund Hoard

Recently, Harvard announced that their endowment dropped 30% last year from $36.9 billion to $26 billion. Due to their financial hardship, they eliminated 275 staff jobs and a put a freeze on salaries. At the …

Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits
September 1, 2009 | 6 Comments
Why you Need to Put a Monetary & Qualitative Value on your Employee Benefits

A few weeks back, I asked you all to vote on what employer sponsored benefit was your favorite. Out of 238 votes, the first place benefit was rather clear: medical, dental, and vision insurance. Here …


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