2020 Q1 CheckIn

We’re beyond Q1, but this gives an outline of how we’re pacing for 2020. Coronavirus took a hit to our investments, but we kept on going. We do not intend to liquidate anything at this point. Emergency Fund Contributions: $10,000 IRA’s: $2,951 Remodel Remodel ended up costing $25,000 (vs $15,000 planned) 529 Plan $100 Spouse

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Our Experience with Robinhood Investing

Our Robinhood review covers the past 6 months of personal investing experience using the app. It is an investing application that is free to download on both iPhone and Android devices, best known for their commission and fee free trading. Robinhood is a good platform for someone that … wants to invest with a small

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PYF = Pay Yourself First!

Hey all, This is a super interesting topic because it can be very subjective based on what your personal and/or family goals are. For example, my wife used to think paying herself first was making sure she could get a pedicure or a massage, now it has transitioned into putting the budgeted savings directly into

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