Get Thee to School!

We’re partnering with Montana Money Adventures to bring you Money Coach School – and it’s now OPEN! What is Money Coach School? It’s for people who love personal finance and want help others make progress on their personal financial journey – it’s everything you need to get started building a business or a passion-project you love! What’s Covered? There … Continue reading “Get Thee to School!”

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Becoming the Landlord: Advice and Insight to Generate Income from Rentals

There are a lot of ways to make side-income in the modern world, and rental property is – how do you say – a classic. For many, it may seem daunting or scary, but it’s easier than ever to own and rent-out property. Technology has made researching, acquiring, and advertising real estate more streamlined and more transparent … Continue reading “Becoming the Landlord: Advice and Insight to Generate Income from Rentals”

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How to Have a Better Mid-Life Crisis

(Note: All calculations and charts rendered with OnTrajectory.com) It doesn’t matter if you’re happily married or in the throes of a brutal, debilitating divorce. You may have been a conscientious saver, you may have formed wise money-habits – able to navigate narrow budgets with ease. But one morning you’ll wake up and feel the need to buy something … Continue reading “How to Have a Better Mid-Life Crisis”

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The Complicated Mess of Your Financial Life

(Note: All calculations and charts rendered with OnTrajectory.com) Let’s say you’re 25 (pretending is fun, right?)… If you place a quarter a day into a tax-deferred, moderate-risk-jar – and because you’re awesome, you give that jar to your favorite great-grand-nephew upon your eternal “rest”: How much is in the jar? About $43,000, here’s the chart… Or how … Continue reading “The Complicated Mess of Your Financial Life”

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OnTrajectory: Features and Functions

See Where Your Money Is Taking You OnTrajectory does not seek answers to questions like, “How much do I need to retire?” or “How much do my kids need for college?” It addresses a simple, central concern: “What’s my financial trajectory?” i.e. Are you on course for economic independence – or will you financially crash … Continue reading “OnTrajectory: Features and Functions”

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