Current Asset Allocation: February 2018

To be honest, I haven't paid much attention to my asset allocation recently. In 2017, I started saving cash for a down payment on a rental property, but I have also considered just saving enough to pay for an entire property up front. What I decide to do there will likely depend on when I … Continue reading Current Asset Allocation: February 2018

Progress to Financial Independence- May 2017

Another month in the books. Whitney and I have been working and traveling a lot lately, so time really flew by this month. Since starting our new jobs I've averaged eight hours of overtime per week through the first eight weeks. This would really be awesome if overtime pay was truly 1.5x our normal hourly … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- May 2017

Progress to Financial Independence- October 2016

Although October has 31 days, it really flew by this year. Whitney and I got a little more settled into our new assignments, we took a weekend trip back home for a wedding, and I turned 28 years old but besides that, not much excitement this month. We are really enjoying the weather in North … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- October 2016

The Importance of Asset Allocation

Disclaimer: I am not a licensed financial advisor, and the information in this article is not meant to be individualized financial advice. Everyone's situation is different, so if you are unsure about what to do with your funds, please seek an advisor that can consider your own individual case and make recommendations to you. When … Continue reading The Importance of Asset Allocation

Options for Where to Invest Money in Retirement Accounts

Disclaimer: I am not a licensed financial advisor and the information in this article is not meant to be individualized financial advice. Everyone's situation is different, so if you are unsure about what to do with your funds, please seek an advisor that can consider your own individual case and make recommendations to you. Once … Continue reading Options for Where to Invest Money in Retirement Accounts