Author: robert

fire -- simple

50/30/20 is about maximum simplicity and minimal uncertainty especially for those new to budgeting or renewing a commitment to taking care of their personal finances. These numbers serve as rules of thumb that can help you get started budgeting. 50/30 for needs and wants are maximum numbers. Ideally you will spend less on those categories […]

An interesting review of an interesting book on how to think about money from a WSJ financial writer.

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