When An Emergency Strikes

When An Emergency Strikes simple money man

    Immediate action is required. In order for us to take immediate action to address emergencies, planning needs to take place in advance. Most of that planning involves saving money right?   Emergencies can mean losing a job, fixing… Continue Reading

Your Crazy Spending Helps The Rest of Us

Your Crazy Spending Helps The Rest of Us simple money man

    For many people, the savings rate recommended by financial planners is outrageous whether it’s 10% or 15% of their annual income. For others, it’s a piece of cake. Increasing your savings rate by a significant percentage and on… Continue Reading

Slow and Steady to Financial Freedom

    Most of you all have probably heard of the classic fable of The Tortoise and the Hare. I learned about it in elementary school. Needless to say, it’s a fable that can be applied to us adults as well.… Continue Reading

What’s Your Money System?

What's Your Money System simple money man

We live in a time where so many of our financial tasks have become easier and quicker with computers. We can pay our bills online, we can deposit our checks online, we can save our money online, we can invest… Continue Reading

How Much Cash Should I Carry?

How Much Cash Should I Carry simple money

This is a very common question that people come back to and reevaluate time and time again. And really I would say that less cash = less risk. We live in an age where we can pay for almost anything… Continue Reading

7 Popular Myths That Can Put Your Retirement Life Into Danger

7 Popular Myths That Can Put Your Retirement Life Into Danger simple money man

  Today’s post is contributed by Amy Nickson, a passionate writer on finance. Amy is a professional blogger who has started her own blog and also works as a contributor for the Oak View Law Group. Please share your opinions… Continue Reading