Monthly Archives: July 2015

The “Emergency Roth” Fallacy

In the last year, a dangerous fad has taken root in mainstream personal finance theory that I’ve dubbed the “Emergency Roth” (trademark pending). The basic premise is to use a Roth IRA to save an emergency fund. I don’t know … Continue reading

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Five Year House-iversary!

I’ll start this post off with two words I’ve been waiting a long time to say. They aren’t the BIG words we’re looking forward to (that being “D-E-B-T-F-R-E-E”) but they’re mighty important all the same. Those words are; “Four Digits”. … Continue reading

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