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Good Financial Cents
Depends on where you are, which one best describes you?
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Good Common Cents
At Good Financial Cents, the talk is always making sense of your money (get it?!). No matter the stage you’re in currently, the goal is always the same: a safe, comfortable retirement.
But that’s just the destination. The true path to financial freedom starts right at the beginning and is a winding journey the entire way.
For that reason, we focus on a huge breadth of topics:
- Earning more income (in every sensible way)
- Spending a little less (with some luxuries built in, too)
- Paying down debts (when it makes the most sense)
- Investing wisely (especially in tax-advantaged scenarios)
- Safeguarding what’s yours (ensuring value through insuring)
- Living out your financial future… indefinitely (ahhh!)
You’ll find guides here for about everything; from basic budgeting or how to make money in the first place, to which investment vehicles are best, to which insurance companies you should use (auto – home – life – health – disability – all of them!), and even stuff on real estate, taxes, houses, cars, cryptocurrency… woo! Yes, there’s a lot.
But, remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither will your financial powerhouse. Don’t expect to learn it all at once.
You’ll have the ability to explore your financial world through the blog, the podcasts, plenty of YouTube videos, and, heck, even the email newsletter is packed to the gills with value (but not spam, promise!).
All of this, though, is useless unless you take some action on a regular basis. Learning to navigate your pocketbook is truly a dynamic process, for all phases in life.
Consider this: someone who just graduated college with a lot of student loans is going to have a different story than a young couple who just had kids, who is also going to be vastly different than a top executive looking to make an early exit to retire abroad.
Yes, there’s something for everyone. Teenagers. Contractors. Businessmen and women. It’s all here.