Give Yourself Some Financial Slack

In continuing the conversation from my previous post, How Long Could You Last? , I’d like to share some insights on another basic need to seriously consider as you build a strong foundation for financial wellness. This basic need involves strategically carving out space in your cash flow to give you room to breathe. The basic…

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Cash-Flow Mid Year Check-Up

Earlier this year I shared a post about What is Cash-Flow and Why Should I Care? Part I. It covered several important choices that you need to consider about your income and liabilities. Liabilities is just a fancy word for saying that you are legally obligated to pay another person or entity. It’s an interesting thing,…

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What is Cash-Flow and Why Should I Care? Part II

In the previous post,  What is Cash-Flow and Why Should I Care? Part I ,we reviewed two areas that immediately impact your cash-flow as soon as you’re paid. The first area represents government regulated withholding, for taxes and Social Security. The second area represents self-regulated withholding, for Health and Retirement. The income you receive after withholdings…

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