Articles on Savings

Age 35: Am I on track for retirement?

Lately, I have been thinking a lot about focusing my money and making sure my goals are in line with what I am doing with […]

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Retiring early is a privileged choice that only the top 10% could really make

Tim (a great Canadian blogger friend), wrote a very thoughtful, wonderful post on whether or not Early Retirement is Elitist. He has peppered the post […]

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Earning $1.5 million doesn’t necessarily mean more savings

I was reading a Money Diary the other day — Executive Director with a joint income of $1.5 million, and when I read their savings […]

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Ask Sherry: What about investing in crowdfunding?

..and why I don’t eat Kraft Dinner or hotdogs.

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When should you really keep an emergency fund? Do we even need them?

When I was getting out of $60,000 of debt, my debt stood at 5% and 7% interest rates. At the time, I had about $1000 […]

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Don’t tell me you don’t have any money to save

Single people like my friend who make good incomes ($50,000 or more), and who have the nerve to tell me they don’t have any money to save to be able to max out their retirement incomes, are full of crap.

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How saving $1 a month can become $1500 in the future (Compounding Interest)

This is how compounding interest works, but it only works if you actually save the money instead of spending it. Oops.

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