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Do Billionaires Need An Emergency Fund?

Do Billionaires Need An Emergency Fund?

By in Automatic Saving, Debt, Insurance, Saving | 29 comments

How Billionaires and the Uber-Wealthy Went Under If you think billionaires don’t go broke, think again. Lottery winners, professional athletes, actors, and others with tremendous wealth have lost it all. The interesting thing about money, not matter how much you have, if you spend more than you make or swindle others, at some point you’ll wind up broke.  Bernie Madoff – From $17.179 Billion to Zero How wealthy do you think the Madoff family is today?  According to a Time.com article by Sam Frizell last year, “Where are Bernie Madoff and His Inner Circle Now?” The once wealthy Madoff family...

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The Debt Myth-Personal Finance Luminary Jackie Beck-Part 2

The Debt Myth-Personal Finance Luminary Jackie Beck-Part 2

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Personal Finance Luminary Series-Jackie Beck-Part 2 Welcome to part 2 of this inspiring interview with Personal Finance Luminary, debt evangelist, blogger, and debt app developer. Learn how she went from salaried employee and part time entrepreneur to full time online success. Read Part 1 here. 6. What are your best lifestyle hacks to manage being a mom, entrepreneur, and spouse? You really have to do what’s most important to you first. Then everything else gets done (or doesn’t) as it can. I do believe that you can do most anything you want, but you can’t do everything all at...

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The Debt Myth-Personal Finance Luminary Jackie Beck-Part 1

The Debt Myth-Personal Finance Luminary Jackie Beck-Part 1

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Creator of The Debt Myth-Jackie Beck-Part 1 Welcome to an inside look into some of the most important personal finance luminaries online, Jackie Beck of The Debt Myth. These influential people educate and entertain others about money topics. From authors to podcasters to writers, these money mentors are working to raise the level of financial knowledge and education.  Read more about Personal Finance Luminaries >>> 1. How did you become a personal finance blogger? I started out by blogging anonymously back in 2006. At first I just wrote a paragraph or so a day about something I’d learned or experienced...

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August Finance Reads-Sharpe, Buffett, Trump and More

August Finance Reads-Sharpe, Buffett, Trump and More

By in Debt, Investing, Links, Stocks | 2 comments

With the Chinese Yuan falling, Donald Trump rising, Greek debt still in the media, there’s plenty to think about. For a quick diversion, here’s some of the articles I’ve been reading recently. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.  “Valuable Lessons From Warren Buffett’s Letter to Shareholders“, Cullen Roche of Pragmatic Capitalism – Cullen does a great job of pulling out the key takeaways from Buffett’s last years annual report. My favorite was “stop paying high fees”. My ‘ah-ha’ lesson was “risk is not volatility”. He referenced Buffett is saying that risk is actually not meeting your...

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Personal Finance Luminary-The College Investor

Personal Finance Luminary-The College Investor

By in Debt, Mind and Money, Money Management, Personal Finance Luminaries | 0 comments

Personal Finance Luminary Series-Robert Farrington Welcome to an inside look into some of the most important personal finance luminaries online. These influential people educate and entertain others about money topics. From authors to podcasters to writers, these money mentors are working to raise the level of financial knowledge and education.  Read more about Personal Finance Luminaries >>> Personal Finance Luminary College Investor-Robert Farrington Enjoy this interview with Robert, personal finance luminary college investor, one of my favorite online inspirations. 1. What is your background and money/financial influences? I honestly started blogging about personal finance because I was bored and I’ve always...

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What’s the Impact of the Greek Debt Crisis On My Investments?

What’s the Impact of the Greek Debt Crisis On My Investments?

By in Asset Allocation, Bond, Budget, Debt, Economics, Investing | 0 comments

Current Investing Analysis Will the Greece Situation Hurt My Investments? As investors, we tend to get nervous when there’s economic upheaval. It’s well known that investment markets are skittish. Markets can drop in a minute after negative economic news. The Greek Debt Crisis is all over the news. But what are the implications of this global crisis for the average investor?  Click here if you want to solve your investing problems.  Greek Debt Crisis Overview Let’s get a quick drill down into the Greek Debt Crisis. Then we can look at potential impacts for our investments and finally, what should...

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