I’m still busy building cash. Recently, I’ve decided to split my cash savings into two different accounts. Half will be going to my current savings account and the other half to my brokerage account. There are a few reasons why I’m taking this approach. Here is a quick summary. Too Much Cash? I don’t consider […]
I can’t understate the importance of an Emergency Fund. Recently, I had a string of expenses, and if I hadn’t had cash saved up, then I might have found myself in debt.
They say when it rains it pours. That recently happened to me. In the past two weeks, I had to replace the battery in my tractor, take my truck to the dealership for service, and replace a power vent for my furnace. In all, I was looking at about $650 in expenses. While not a lot in the grand scheme of things, it was still a decent amount to shell out in such a short time.
Writer and Investor. Based in the Pittsburgh, PA area, Brian holds full-time employment as a Warehouse Manager for an electronics firm. Brian enjoys wealth building, investing, gardening and the great outdoors. Brian holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Robert Morris University.