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You Need A Budget (YNAB) free for college students.

Started Mar 26 0 Replies

I’ve never used it, but I have heard good things, thought I would share...…Continue

Financial Planning Book Recommendations

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Mar 27. 28 Replies

I am looking for an education on products and services with practical advice for long-term financial stability.What are your recommendations for a comprehensive financial planning book?Continue

 

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T.S. replied to Douglas Aldrich's discussion A question for the military folk...
"Overall, my impression of commanding officers have been positive. Everyone has a boss and shitty days, they are no exception. We want to look for the Patton types as examples of leadership, but the real leaders are running the day to day…"
Apr 8
David F. replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I agree that it is a behavioral problem as well as math problem. The thing is that Ramsey's formula works for people who can't handle complex calculations.  IE they can't handle the math.  So you stick to the foundation…"
Mar 27
David F. replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I agree with getting good investment returns, but you have to invest.  Having a standing savings account with 5 figures in it seems like a lost incomes stream if you have a credit line of the same 5 figures that can take the initial shock then…"
Mar 27
T.S. replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"Yeah exactly, what to do next is tough.  I am looking at those types of expenditures in the future too and trying to figure out how to prepare for them efficiently."
Mar 26
T.S. replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I am out of debt thanks to Ramsey, but not sure where to go next.  I am looking for a book on the basics of the financial system and practical advice for long term growth. Maybe its a long shot because the financial advice world is crowded.…"
Mar 26
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Mar 26
Penelope replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"It gets more complicated when you take into account student- and other low-interest loans.  The interest on my student loans is lower than our investment returns (and is tax-deductible), so contra Ramsey, we invest while making minimum…"
Mar 21
Penelope replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"The thing is, of bad things that can happen, some are 3-4 figures (car repair), some are low-5-figures (medical crisis with insurance), and some are 6-figures (federal indictment, long-term unemployment).  6 months for us is mid-5-figures,…"
Mar 21
Jack Bauer replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"You do pay more in interest following Ramsey ... but, it shouldn't be much.  The idea is to pay everything off as quickly as possible.  A few additional interest points over a year isn't all that big a big…"
Mar 21
PT replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I started with Ramit Sethi's "I Will Teach You to Be Rich" and followed it up with Ramsey's book. I learned a lot from both. I'd pick up both. However, I'm kind of in your same boat. I'm almost done paying off all…"
Mar 21
David F. replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I may have to check out that book.  I was given Ormon's book, but I really did not enjoy the book at all.  After years of textbooks her book just was hard to read. As to emergency fund, watching what has happened with the economy has…"
Mar 18
Penelope replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"One of the reasons I like Olen's book, is it points out things like Ormon's waffling on emergency funds* and how much more you'll pay in interest if you follow Ramsey's advice. *Raising a broader issue, this is a bad term for…"
Mar 17
Penelope replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"We didn't max out deductible IRA contributions, though we had the cash on hand, and even though the new job means we won't qualify for the rebate in 2014 and may be hit with AMT, so it was a now-or-never thing. I think…"
Mar 17
David F. replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I agree with you that one should take loans only for things that have a long term payoff or are key for advancement of your long term goals.  It is after all a loan from your future self.  So if you are going to tie yourself to a bill make…"
Mar 17
Native Son replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I can not recommend a single book as the be-all and end-all of personal financial planning.   I would recommend you spend some time in the brick and mortar library and maybe spend the coin to take some basic accounting and finance classes at…"
Mar 16
Jack Bauer replied to T.S.'s discussion Financial Planning Book Recommendations
"I'm not clear on exactly what you did.  Are you talking about not claiming a justified deduction ... or not engaging in a behavior that would've been deductible? If its the former, I don't understand how you gain liquidity by…"
Mar 15

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