Personal Finances

The Kiss Methodology

A few weeks ago, I touched on the subject of budgeting. After which, I had several people ask me about what a typical budget should look like. While every person’s situation is unique, and what you value may be very different from what I value, there are enough universal strategies [...]

By |February 14th, 2023|Categories: Budgeting, Debt, Personal Finances|

Secure 2.0, What’s in it and why it matters

In the midst of all the chaos that comes with the whole Christmas season, you may not have realized that as part of the massive Omnibus Bill signed by Congress to avert a government shutdown, significant legislation was passed related to your retirement accounts. The SECURE Act of 2022 commonly [...]

Teach Your Children Well!

The summer school break is as good as over. Teachers and school personnel are hard at it today, preparing for another new opportunity for our children to become more civilized, hopefully, and to learn the concepts and content necessary to be productive citizens in our society. I thank God for [...]

By |August 16th, 2022|Categories: Personal Finances, Resources|
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