AJ & KJ: We’re coming up on our one-year anniversary of our blog, and we can’t believe what a big year it’s been! We started this blog last October, went on the trip of a lifetime, and bought a new home just to name a few things!
We hope you have enjoyed our posts and that you have found some valuable information on how to build your savings and retirement nest egg. We look forward to continuing to bring you interesting and relevant content and if you haven’t already, follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, +1 us on Google, connect to our RSS feed, or get our posts delivered to your inbox. Find a post you like? Share it with others!
Want to read more on the importance of saving early? Start with the following posts:
Read our series on some simple, frugal tips:
Get the low-down on personal finances 101:
- What is a stock and bond?
How to build a budget
What the credit card companies don’t want you to know
Understanding net worth
An introduction to life insurance
Making sense of life insurance
Estate planning 101
401(k) or IRA: what a choice!
Six credit card guardrails to follow
Demystifying account types
What is a 401(k) anyways, and why should I care?
To Roth or not to Roth
Use our posts as a stepping stone to work together on your finances by discussing:
- Who manages, spends, and who makes the money?
The great debate: can we afford to live on a single income
Begin to navigate the maze that is children’s education:
And, while you’re at it, check out our archives pages for a list of all past posts organized by category (there’s over 90 available!), or check out the nifty search feature in the top right of the each page.
Thank you for your loyal readership, and here’s looking forward to many more years! We couldn’t have done this without you!
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