Posts Tagged ‘savings’
Steps To Take With Your Money When Chaos Abounds
There were a number of reasons I felt compelled to start this blog nearly 2 years ago, and one of them was to help increase financial literacy for DVM’s before there was any sort of market downturn. Taking action on your money is easier to accomplish when the economy is doing well and individuals have…Read More
Health Savings Accounts: The Ultimate Triple Tax-Advantaged Account
Updated 3/2022 Building up a savings account for a rainy day is a must when it comes to financial well-being, and this includes having enough funds to cover medical expenses. You don’t want to be in a position where you are avoiding a trip to the doctor because you don’t have the funds to pay…Read More
Your Savings and Investing Options: Fill Your Buckets!
Compounding: Are You Smarter Than A Third Grader?
Have you ever felt sleep deprived? As in, to the point where you crave nothing more than your head hitting that sweet pillow and falling into deep slumber? The worst of my sleep deprivation was after my third child was born. I figured with my first two, I probably knew what I was doing with…Read More
The 20% Budget Rule: Part 1
So I have written about making your own, detailed spending plan (aka budget). I have also written about my own experience of budgeting without actually budgeting. What if you’re starting from scratch and want something really simple? Something that doesn’t require a lot of number crunching, but also doesn’t require that you are a natural…Read More