Combining Finances: How We Share Our Money

Combining Finances: How We Share Our Money

The Tactics: We are fans of the no budget, budget (or the automatic budget). Day to day, here’s what this looks like: Both of our paychecks are deposited into a joint checking account Bills are automatically paid Transfers are made to different joint savings and...
How Changing My Morning Routine Changed My Money

How Changing My Morning Routine Changed My Money

I didn’t notice this immediately, but while on my walk yesterday morning Jordan suggested I pop into a coffee shop to grab a latte or a breakfast snack. I stopped and realized that I didn’t have my wallet with me. It had been over a month since I’d stopped to pick...
Investing for Beginners: 2 Questions To Ask

Investing for Beginners: 2 Questions To Ask

Question 1: How soon do I need this? With a short timeline, investing isn’t a great option. While things can go up, they can also go down. If you need that money pretty quickly, there’s a chance you’d have to sell at a low point in the market.  The longer the...

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