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Retirement Accounts Explained (Equivalent Canadian vs. American Accounts)

    A few days ago, I saw a tweet that said “most people don’t have money problems, they have financial literacy problems,” and while I do think that’s a super simplified way to state financial literacy: I do agree with the principle of it. Of course, there is something to be said about the

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Year in Review: My Top Investments of 2020

    Happy 2021!  I think I’m happier on NYE than on Christmas because I’m so ready for this year to be over! While 2020 came with a lot of ups and downs, I also grew a lot. In this episode, I will be outlining my top 2020 investments and what really was worth my

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How To Create Your Financial Independence Plan and Achieve FI

  This is the 3rd and final part of the Financial Independence Series on the Millennial Life Admin Podcast. Part 1: Why you should consider pursuing Financial Independence (even if you don’t achieve it) Part 2: The Financial Independence Formula To Reach Financial Freedom But before I even start I want to put a little bit

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The Financial Independence Formula To Reach Financial Freedom – FI Series

  This episode is Part 2 of the Financial Independence Series on the Millennial Life Admin podcast. To catch part 1, click here. These are the show notes for Episode 19 – for the full details about this topic – subscribe to the Millennial Life Admin Podcast.  Today we are going to be continuing down

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Why you should consider pursuing Financial Independence (even if you don’t achieve it)

      This episode/article is part 1 of the Financial Independence Series on the Millennial Life Podcast. What is financial independence? Is financial independence right for you and how do you go about pursuing it? That’s what we are going to be talking about today! In this kickoff episode/article to this series, we are

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Renting vs. Owning: The 5 Pros and Cons You Need To Consider

  Renting vs. Owning is the never-ending debate in personal finance. And the truth is, there is no right or perfect answer because it all depends on your personal situation, circumstances, and goals.     I’ve debated ever writing about this topic because it is a realm of personal finance that includes so many factors and

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How To Increase Your Credit Score To 850

    To be honest, I never obsessed about my credit score. ⁣ A few years ago I got curious + checked to see that my credit score was 840, and I was like “cool.” ⁣⁣ And then I closed out the tab because I thought everyone else had a similar credit score. ⁣⁣⁣ I

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Beginner Investing Mistakes You Need To Know To Avoid Losing Thousands

Oh my goodness I have made so many investing mistakes in the stock market is actually laughable. And today I’m going to be sharing all those terrible investing mistakes. The title of this article is not exaggerating, these are investing mistakes that you need to know to avoid losing thousands. 

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How To Build A 6 Month Emergency Fund (From 0 to 10K!)

    At the beginning of April 2020, I hit my $10,000 Emergency Fund goal. Emergency funds are such a great topic for the 2nd episode of the Millennial Life Admin podcast because it’s one of the foundations of personal finance. What is an Emergency Fund? An emergency fund is a set amount of money

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