What does cash flow mean and how do I apply it to my life?

KJ: One of the most critical concepts to managing your family’s finances is to understand cash flow. What it means, how your family receives it, and how to plan around it. We’ve dedicated a post to helping you understand this … Continue reading

Would you take a job with more money or more flexibility?

KJ: Surely the job that would pay you the most should be top priority and make the decision of what path you take an easy one, right? The reality is that most of us at some point in our lives … Continue reading

Why a Roth and a taxable account are a young saver’s best friend

KJ: We recently wrote about: Financial independence: a new concept in lifestyle retirement planning, but how do you know where to save and how to save to reach financial independence? Especially if you are a young saver, some of the … Continue reading

Financial independence: a new concept in lifestyle retirement planning

KJ: One of the biggest topics in the media today is retirement. With thousands of baby boomers reaching the official retirement age each day, it’s all a lot of us think or talk about. How do you get there, how … Continue reading

How often do you look at your net worth?

KJ: How often do you look at your net worth? Weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly, never? Why or why not? I track our net worth on a monthly basis, and we review it together during our quarterly presentations. Yep, you read … Continue reading