Monthly Archives: August 2012

Are you on Track?

Tweet I recently posted an article regarding the importance of correctly measuring your financial growth by using net worth as the measuring stick.  The purpose of the article was to outline the difference in investment growth and net worth growth.  You can revisit the article by clicking here. Now that we know how to measure growth and the importance of understanding net … Continue reading

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Knowing “No” and “Yes”

Tweet I always enjoy the relaxed pace of summertime.  This summer was especially great in terms of my time spent reading.  I have really enjoyed some of the stuff I have read over the last couple months, which included everything from finance information to spiritual reading to more time just enjoying the Wall Street Journal. I am better off for spending this … Continue reading

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