Updated September 2021 Back when I got married, we were living a carefree DINK (dual income, no kids) life.  We had moved to the west coast and were renting a 1 bedroom apartment.  We had one car between the two of us since we were both walking distance to our jobs, and the car was…

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Updated May 2021 Being in a profession that is no stranger to student debt, college savings became a priority when we were expecting our first child, as I think it should for many of those that expect their children to attend college.   First, let me hit you with some scary statistics.  Not for shock…

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For those that are young (or young at heart), retirement seems like a completely far off destination.  It conjures up images of white haired folks who golf.  Or, for those that maybe have a less rosy vision of retirement, it conjures up images of the elderly who have constant health issues.  Either way, it’s an…

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