Articles on Savings

Update: I am still not planning on leaving any money to Little Bun. So STFU.

This post generates so much hate, I can’t even begin to tell you – Why I plan on not leaving an inheritance to my children. […]

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Updated 2019: How much I have saved and earned over the lifetime of my career

YEARS WORKED: 58% of my Career I feel old now. 14 years? FOURTEEN? That’s the age of one of my nephews… O_o I also calculated […]

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Are millennials just not prioritizing their money well enough?

Average salary of a millennial is $35,592. (Source: SmartAsset) I am going to use Montreal as an example with this salary, because it is what […]

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Ask Sherry: Where should I invest $400K?

You asked, and I am answering every Friday once I have enough questions! You can ask any question using the form here. Hi Sherry. Hello! […]

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Money Talk: How many money accounts do you have?

How many accounts (money-related) accounts do you own? I am going to exclude Little Bun accounts because they are under my name but they are […]

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Real Money Talk: How to save $20,000 in 2 years

Listen y’all. I am getting a lot of questions and searches on this very question: How do I save $20,000 in two years? Break it […]

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People with money, look better. Period.

“Hahaha not true at all. Some of the richest people I know had no time for this stuff. They favored wearing the same thing over […]

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Money Talk: Do you expect to support your parents or other loved ones in the future?

Do you expect to support your parents or other loved ones in the future? Yes. I actually already half support my aunt who lives in […]

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I have to remind myself $100 is still a lot of money.

This definitely sounds like a #FirstWorldProblem but does anyone feel that money is not as valuable as it used to be when you were younger […]

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Money Talk: What does having money mean to you?

Choices. Freedom. It is being able to decide — yes, today I can indeed buy a $50 salad spinner and not feel the pinch. Or […]

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