lynx

Joined August 18, 2020

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Go Your Own Way – Retirement Accounts 101

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - So, now you know the main options for retirement accounts. But what do you invest in? Determining your risk threshold is an important first step. How comfortable are you with ...
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Only Darkness Everyday – Owe Back Taxes? It Hurts!

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - In October 2017, not even 2 full months after we signed our second installment agreement with the IRS, we filed our taxes, and we owed more than we had paid ...
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I Love To Live So Pleasantly – Stop The Spending

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - In 2007, life was amazing. We were complete morons, but hadn’t come to that realization yet, and as they say, ignorance is bliss. Right up until the light bulb snaps ...
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Born to be Wild – 401(k) And Roth IRA Accounts

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - Fair warning, this may be the driest post I’ve ever written, so you may want a caffeine boost before you settle in. Exploring the differences between 401(k) and Roth IRA ...
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Make A Stash – Your Emergency Fund

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - So, how much money do you need to save? Again, I’m not here to dictate an amount or a percentage to you. You have to decide for yourself what your ...
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Ain’t No Sunshine – Cutting Expenses

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - When Scott got laid off near the end of 2013, we were in trouble. He made about 60% of our income. He was able to collect unemployment for 6 months, ...
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In This Life of Luxury – Why Pay Taxes Today?

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - We continued to live a life of instant gratification and excess for the beginning of 2008. A few articles ago, I talked about credit card debt and how I never ...
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Take the Money and Run – The Online Savings Account

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - Where do you keep this emergency fund you’re establishing? Our recommendation at this time is to keep the bulk of it in an online savings account.* This is where interest ...
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Taxman – The Tax Comes Due

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - About half way through 2008, the housing market bubble was revealed for the house of cards it was, and it imploded. Taking the economy, and business number 3, with it. ...
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I Want My MTV – Cord Cutting

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https://foolishtofrugal.com - At this point in time I think most people are somewhat familiar with cord cutting. If you aren’t well, this might be interesting. To get started it should be said that this is not for everyone and it does take effort. For many these ideas might be a perfect fit and a wonderful way to save money, month after month. Could you cancel your cable television service for good? Lets find out.