Yearly Archives: 2014

Creating a New Cash Flow Chart for my Family

It took The Wife and I about a year of marriage before we created a cash flow strategy that worked for us and the last time the strategy was even looked into was 2011!  While we could continue down the same path, The Wife and I decided it was time to switch it up a bit due

September 2014 Net Worth Update

For the first time in two and a half years I failed to update my net worth (either on my spreadsheet or on this blog).  The fantastic summer I have had this year has really derailed me in both in terms of keeping up with my blog and my personal finance goals.  Now that it

Regaining Focus After a Crazy Summer

To say I have had a great, but busy, summer is an understatement.  Starting way back in May it has been crazy around my house.  The Wife, the boy and I went to Disney inviting our mothers with us.   Then in June we had a trip to The Wife’s family in PA as well

A Huge Problem with the Financial Planning Industry

While I readily defend the financial planning industry of which I am a part there is a glaring hole that is probably only getting larger.  I saw a great post from financial blogger, Daniel, over at Sweating The Big Stuff  where he was helping out a buddy create a cash flow and debt plan, and it

Setting up a Business in Another Country: 5 Things You Need to Know

Entrepreneurs are notoriously nomadic, and you may well be just the same. If you’ve got visions of being your own business in another country, then you’re probably well aware of the challenges that you’re going to face, but it’s good to get all the help you can. Setting up a company outside your home nation