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December 2016 Received vs Projected Monthly

Investment Income Updates – Q1 Through Q4 2016

Investment Income Update For Q1 2016 The investment income page on my blog has been updated as of the 31st of March 2016. This page outlines my portfolio of taxable investments and the income they generate on a yearly and average monthly basis. Click here to access all previous monthly income updates. If you’re a […]

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The Nude Selfie Of Personal Finance

The signs in the gym locker room are clear: Picture taking in the men’s room is strictly prohibited. Please inform the front desk of violations. Yet every once in a while, some beefcake dude will stand there in front of the locker room mirror, whip out his phone, and snap a selfie. I sort of get it. […]

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Should I Refinance My Mortgage Again?

I’ve owned real estate for almost ten years. Over that period I’ve refinanced my rental property twice and our primary residence once so far (I found the lowest rate at LendingTree. Saved me a ton of money). I’ve been thinking, should I refinance my mortgage again? Refinancing is a hassle. But it has saved me tens of […]

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Not Everybody’s A Spreadsheet Wizard

Ever since I was a young boy, I’ve played the gridded sheet. From Lotus down to Excel, I know all embedded cheats. But I ain’t seen nothing like him, in any corporate suite… That deaf, dumb and blind kid sure types a mean spreadsheet! * Many RBD readers have an obsession with spreadsheets, often creating ridiculous ones at the office […]

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Cash Flow Suffering? Change Shit Up!

Cash flow is the all-powerful financial tool. With it, you build wealth. Without it, you tread water. Maybe you consider yourself better than average with money. You take pride in elaborate spreadsheets you created while pretending to do work at your 9-5. At times, you’ve skipped meals for the sole purpose of saving money. You […]

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6 Powerful (And Low-Risk) Financial Maneuvers That Put Extreme Frugality To Shame

I thought I was a frugal mastermind in college. The Subway restaurant near me had a different sandwich special every month. The owner picked one sandwich and sold it at a discounted price. The two cheapest Subway sandwiches have always been the Cold Cut Combo and the Meatball Marinara. Those were my go-to choices for […]

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