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Why we chose to refinance our 3.75% mortgage

KJ: One of the benefits of lower interest rates these days is the very low cost of credit: be it mortgage loans, home equity lines of credit, car loans, student loans (er, generally…), etc. Well, for some reason, credit card … Continue reading

Time to update your savings plan for 2015 – new 401k, HSA, and other contribution limits increased!

KJ: With updated savings limits for 2015 being finalized by the IRS recently, it’s time to plan for this next year for any changes to your savings plan. Some limits were increased (401(k), SEP, SIMPLE), but others remain the same … Continue reading

Personal umbrella liability insurance: what you need to know

KJ: If you are like us, you’re working toward your goals. And working toward your goals (be it children’s education, retirement, or just financial independence) means saving money. Over time, you want to see that your money is protected in … Continue reading

The oh-so-simple secret to building long-term wealth

KJ: And…the oh-so simple secret to building long-term wealth boils down to a few basic concepts: time and patience. That’s it. Take patience, and add in a little bit (or a lot a bit) of time, and voila! The inspiration … Continue reading

Is your time worth as much as you think?

KJ: Have you ever sat down to actually figure out what your time is worth? Time is one of the scarcest resources, and it’s one that you can never get back. Knowing the trade-offs of what you are missing out … Continue reading

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