To measure is to know, also in the personal finance world. Tracking your income and expenses, investments and net worth should become a standard for individuals striving to reach financial independence. I have a set of personal finance dashboards that I use to keep on top of my finances. Do you too?
I’m not your regular die-hard travel hacker. Nor am I very proficient in credit card churning. But I did own an American Express Gold card for the last two years, via FlyingBlue, the airline miles program from KLM and partners. The FB Gold card is considered a luxury credit card, at least here in The … Read moreI Cancelled My Luxury Credit Card
In this series I show how to use budgets without feeling restrained. I do this by using YNAB, an online budgeting tool. This article is about rolling with the punches. Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 4 If you want to start using YNAB right away, click here. If you use my link when … Read moreYou Need a Budget – YNAB (part 3)
The stock market has seen some serious volatility the last couple of weeks. After a bull run for the last decade, we have not seen a lot of these swings. Alright, in February people thought the end of the world was near when the S&P 500 corrected slightly over 10%, but from there it was … Read moreVolatility in the Stock Markets is Back
In this blog series I show you how to use budgets in a non-restrictive order, you become the boss of your money. The tool I use to create my budget is called YNAB, short for You Need A Budget. This post is about your embracing your true expenses.
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