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Latest posts in Savings
Take a look at this hypothetical lawyer and his finances to see what a 20% savings rate really means to the average lawyer.
Wondering how to really make an impact in your savings? Here are some examples of how I’ve prioritized my financial future above many other things in my life.
Saving doesn’t always have to be a big, time-consuming action. Here are some easy and effortless ways you can save money and contribute to your investment accounts.
Check out this article I wrote for White Coat Investor and see how you too can save up to $1,000,000 before you’re named partner.
Are you racking up costs left and right at your current bank? Get out of that toxic relationship and check out an internet-only bank.
The 18 month cycle served us well throughout high school, college, and graduate school, so why should we stop once we’re adults. Here’s what planning for the next 18 months could look like for you.
If you and your spouse make unequal amounts of money, you might want to consider this practice to get the most out of your retirement funds. Read about some of the tips I’ve discovered from switching with my own partner.
Check out this article I wrote for Law Practice Today and how your millionaire next-door neighbor got to where he or she is with some simple practices.