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Auditing your financial life

   Posted On: March 19, 2024  |    Posted In: Saving  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Here’s something I’ve never shared with you: I’m a procrastinator. A big time procrastinator. Snoozing the morning alarm. Waiting until I’m right against a deadline to complete a project. And I perpetually reschedule reminders on my phone to ding me tomorrow. One of the most egregious ways I procrastinate is canceling subscriptions, especially if I’m … Continued

Health is Wealth: An annoying cliche that is, well, true

   Posted On: February 9, 2024  |    Posted In: Random  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

“Well, that was my first dermatologist visit in which I was told it’s not a matter of if but when one of my moles will turn cancerous,” I said to my husband after coming home from a doctor visit. It was a jarring experience to essentially be told cancer was almost an inevitability, but I’m … Continued

Should I invest while paying off debt?

   Posted On: January 15, 2024  |    Posted In: Investing  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

“Doesn’t paying off debt and investing for retirement cancel each other out?” That is black and white thinking in a nuanced conversation because you can do two things at once: build wealth and pay off debt. This question is so frustrating to me! Certain folks in the personal finance community preach that you have to … Continued

Leaving my job. Should my 401(k)/HSA come with me?

   Posted On: December 16, 2023  |    Posted In: Ask Me Anything  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Photo by micheile henderson on Unsplash “Should you always rollover your retirement plan when you switch jobs?”  Before I answer, let’s take a quick Translation Timeout to make sure everyone understands the question. Translation Timeout: Rollover Leaving a job means you have to make a decision about what to do with your retirement account. You usually have … Continued

Your thanks can help someone else get a raise

   Posted On: November 21, 2023  |    Posted In: Random  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

We too often tend to only provide feedback when it’s negative. But great customer service deserves a shoutout and you never know how your review could help someone. Customer reviews from surveys can impact people’s ability to get a raise or a bonus at their job. Taking a couple minutes out of your day to … Continued