Married Finances: How Two Couples Manage Money

After you’ve exchanged vows, danced your booties off, and stashed the top of the cake in the freezer, the next big thing to figure out is how you want to handle your married finances. Money is the number one thing that couples fight about, and it’s the number two reason for divorce in the US. …

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Should We Eat the Rich? Wealth Taxes and Inequality

Have you ever sprinkled a little paprika ove a billionaire? It’s delicious! Just kidding y’all- when people say eat the rich, they don’t mean actual cannibalism. It’s a phrase with roots in the French Revolution (a revolution fought largely over wealth inequality) that is used as a rallying cry for ending wealth inequality. Eat the …

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How Long It Takes to Reach $1 Million in Investments

I want to be a millionaire. But how long is it going to take to reach $1 million in investments? Of course, the answer to this is subjective-it will look different for everyone! We all have our own money paths to walk. The single most important part to investing is simply getting started. It’s the …

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Pay Off Student Loans Faster: How I Paid Off $30,000 on a $18,000 Income

You read that right: I was able to pay off student loans- $30,000 in student loans- in three and a half years as a low income earner. Let me paint you a picture: it’s 2011 and I’m graduating from college. My cap and gown are bright red. The commencement speaker is Paul Farmer, a doctor …

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