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Goblin Hoard Report Card - March 2015

I am changing the way I report things again, to fit with the way I’ve got YNAB currently organized. We ended the month exactly at our preferred buffer level going into April, but only because I raided savings I had budgeted into various sink funds last month. 225 more words

Building Your Hoard

Test Driving the "living large" lifestyle

I am very interested in knowing what all of you think of the video below.  The financial commentator’s idea sounds okay on the surface, but in my opinion, “test driving” a lifestyle of living large for a few months could quickly trap you in to living that lifestyle forever – and depleting your nest egg – your thoughts?

How to Save Money When You Don’t Have Any – 3: Wrapping up

As promised here is the final HTSMWYDHA post. And this time it’s all about saving money.

If you know me personally (or if you read the… 564 more words


Cap Rate

What is Cap Rate?

Cap Rate is short for Capitalization Rate.  It is calculated by dividing the yearly income of the asset by the value of the asset. 341 more words

Personal Finance

Thinking of Retirement - At 22

It’s currently 3:34 AM, for some reason my mind thinks that it’ll be perfectly fine functioning with only 2-3 hours of sleep. Whatever, we’ll go with it. 648 more words


You Cannot Find Wisdom On A TV News Show

Every once in a long while I watch Jim Kramer on CNBC, or sometimes BNN or Bloomberg.   They are all well-produced and catchy.  Useful?  Not really. 442 more words

Don Shaughnessy

Financially Savvy Saturdays #83

Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, the savviest personal finance blog hop on the planet, created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. 444 more words