This past Sunday, my wife Nicole and I attended our local church’s Financial Peace University class. I had the opportunity to teach this course in January for the first time and now we are supporting our friends who are leading it over the next 8 weeks. It’s so exciting to talk and work with couples who are committing themselves to getting rid of debt from their lives.
Hey everyone! Andy here! I’ve got a guest post today from Andrew Altman of SlickBucks.com which focuses heavily on the investing side of building wealth. Today, Andrew is talking Mutual Funds. One of my favorite topics! Here’s Andrew!
Saving for retirement requires a unique mindset and method. “Playing the market” to get rich quick is risky business indeed when you are funding your efforts with retirement monies. But you also can’t minimize all risk and still count on having sufficient savings to fund you during your retirement years.
It is the first Monday of the month my friends! That means, we’re throwing down another MKM Challenge. For you “personal challenge types” out there (like me), this can be a lot of fun and, if you stick to it, quite rewarding.
So, you’ve found the one! Congratulations. What a feeling! Being married to the love of your life is absolutely incredible. I’m speaking from experience here … meeting and marrying my wife substantially increased the awesomeness of my days.
I am continually amazed with the amount of talent we have in our world. Designers, creators, entrepreneurs, artists, developers … These are people who push the bounds of what is possible to create a product, service or business that revolutionizes their respective field. While these folks might be masters of their craft, the creative class can sometimes lack the financial know-how to be masters of their money.