Financial Planning, Millennials

Student Loan Forbearance Extended (Again) What should You Do?

I promised my readers that I would keep you up to date with changes that occur around student loans — so after last week, a new blog post is needed. On August 6th, the Biden Administration extended student loan forbearance through January 31, 2022. This is huge for everyone who has federal student loans outstanding. For those that aren’t sure,…

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Financial Planning, Millennials

10 Best Investment/Retirement Accounts: Differences and Overview

Many millennials find themselves confused by all the different investment and retirement accounts that exist. I mean how could they not when there are so many and each have different rules, different contribution limits, different income limits, etc. so I thought it would be helpful to create a longer post on the main type of accounts you will see, the…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review July 25, 2021

Favorite Articles/Podcasts/Videos  Ben Carlson: Bulls on Parade -“Maybe this is one of the reasons losses sting twice as bad as gains feel good — downturns occur more often. Bull markets can last longer than you think. Bull markets make up for a lack of quantity with magnitude and length. While the downturns have lasted an average of 207 days peak-to-trough, the…

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Podcasts

The Long Game Podcast – Nate Spangle

Apple Podcast Spotify Podcast Google Podcast – Coming Soon We are back with another episode of The Long Game Podcast and this time I am joined by Nate Spangle. Nate is a 2018 graduate of Depauw University where he landed the Orr Fellowship and got placed at Apex benefits right out of college. Nate is the Co-Founder of Bat Hats,…

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Weekend Review

Weekend Review July 11, 2021

Favorite Articles/Podcasts/Videos Morgan Housel: Money Rules -“What money can and can’t do for you isn’t intuitive, so most people are surprised at how they feel when they suddenly have more or less than before.” Michael Batnick – You’re Richer Than You Think – “Here’s a little thought exercise. If a person makes $200,000 a year, do they have more in…

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