Building Wealth And Being Happy

A Practical Guide To Financial Independence

Category: USA

It’s Not Just New Cars That Are Killing Our Wallets, Health, and Happiness

North Americans buy a lot of new cars. Robb Engen over at Boomer & Echo recently posted about Canadians setting a fourth consecutive record year in new car purchases, snapping up almost 2 million new vehicles in 2016. Wow. For a country of only 36 million people including children and the elderly, that’s an incredible statistic. U.S. buyers also set a record, buying 17.5 million new cars. Robb went on […]

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Where to put your savings – USA [Flowchart]

If you’ve read my book Building Wealth And Being Happy: A Practical Guide To Financial Independence, you may remember that I had to cut some of the images out because of formatting issues. I promised to include supplemental info, and now I am! Here’s a flowchart that will help you prioritize your savings if you’re American. If you’re Canadian, click here. Emergency fund. Keep 3-6 months worth of expenses in […]

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