Financial Independence? The Earn to Burn Ratio

Posted by LearnEarnRetire on Tue, Aug 23, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

The quest for Financial Independence (aka Financial Freedom) too often provokes more questions than answers.  Ratios and advice are often complicated and lacking.  

For the emerging college student, once you hit the workforce there is a flurry of demands that come at you.  Building financial independence is seemingly complicated, and the notion of retirement is so far off, new hires do to little to nothing.  That is a very bad place to be. 

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Topics: Debt Free

Financially Literate? Compare Yourself to These Stats!

Posted by Alan J. McMillan on Thu, Jul 31, 2014 @ 09:35 AM

Professionals from colleges all over America dedicated to building financial literacy amongst students on their campuses gathered at Ohio State University this week.  The National Summit on Financial Wellness, organized by Ohio State University and Indiana University, was a huge success if not ground breaking.

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Topics: Job Preparation, College Experience, College, Retirement Funds, Saving for Retirement, Retire Young, Retirement Age, Debt Free, Social Assurity

What Do You Want? – From Your College Experience?

Posted by Alan McMillian on Sat, Dec 14, 2013 @ 10:31 AM

When you are a senior in college you have invested 16 years of your life on education, not even counting pre-school and Kindergarten.  It is reasonable to ask, why?  What do you want?  Not from only from college, but from your life.

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Topics: College, Financial Independence, Alan McMillan, Retirement, Retirement Age, Debt Free, College Experience, What Do You Want?