Building Wealth And Being Happy

A Practical Guide To Financial Independence

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How Much Cash Should Be In Your Emergency Fund?

This is probably one of the questions that I get asked most often. To make sure we’re all on the same page, an emergency fund is: Money, usually kept in a savings account, for use in the event of an emergency. Emergencies could have a wide range of causes, such as finding out that a family of squirrels has stashed the corn that you were using to feed deer in […]

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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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