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If you’re looking to learn more about handling your money, you’ve come to the right place. This site contains the information you need to learn how to manage your money simply and grow it responsibly!
We discuss personal finance according to what we call, The Four Pillars of Finance. In order to have a healthy and complete financial picture, you must focus on improving all four pillars. You are only as strong as your weakest one. The guides below focus on these core concepts so you can learn to manage your money like a badass without breaking a sweat.
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New to Personal Finance?
Getting started with anything can be intimidating. Personal finance is all about optimizing your relationship with your income, debt, how you budget and where you put your investments. These are some good places to jump into.
Grow Your Income
It goes without saying that you need to grow your income. Without it you’d have nothing to manage. Having a job is important but diversifying your income streams is more important. You have plenty of time that if you put towards a single goal can create something awesome. It’s no secret that we think you should be starting your own business.
Destroy Your Debt
We talk a lot about destroying and consolidating your debt. The goal is to avoid as much bad debt as possible while using leverage intelligently to grow our net worth.
Budget Like a Pro
Budgeting is not fun, but it is necessary. If you don’t know where your money is going you’ll have no idea how to save let alone manage investments. With focus and determination you can learn how to budget like a pro.
Invest Your Money
The last but easily the most important skill you need to learn is how to invest your money. With inflation higher than the interest rate of your savings account, it’s actually riskier to just keep the cash. We believe in diversification and generally not trying to impress anyone. With a market average of 7% we can easily grow our investments with minimal risk. Remember, your money needs to grow at all times, especially while you’re sleeping.