Looking back at the year 2016 almost feels like it was two years long. I am not saying that it was boring, but a very busy year in terms of career, life planning, side hustling and trying to pick out some peaceful and enjoyable moment with people close to me along the way. Through, a […]
Hi all, I just wanted to share the progress made in the first half of 2016. The year where I really took a firm grasp on my finances and started documenting and perusing my targets and ambitions with more passion and hunger than ever before. The first 6 months of the year have gone by […]
A dollar saved is much more than a dollar earned
Much in the same way as in Step one, this step is very simple but might require a bit of paper digging to identify all your loan agreements and debts. Hopefully we will only have to do this once and then we can avoid debt for the rest of our lives.
Out of sight out of mind is the issue here, we need to know what we earn yearly, monthly, weekly etc. Not only that but we need to know what we are paying in Taxes, National Insurance (if you are in the UK), USC (If you are in Ireland), Student loans, what is our Tax code […]