Do you plan to leave a legacy? What’s that mean to you? You may be considering your legacy, or you may be in a spot where you’re wondering if you’ll even have all your debt paid off in this lifetime. Let’s look at both scenarios, and see what the future holds.
As an American living in Italy, near Venice, I feel my perspective is unique enough to write my own article about the COVID-19 issue going on right now. As a finance guy, I feel it’s my duty to remind everyone of some important facts, before we all start freaking out as the New York Stock Exchange plummets.
There’s a trend among people I’ve talked to and coached about financial planning. One thing that almost everyone I talk to has in common: they don’t start with the right question. It took me a long time to catch on, and I still don’t always start with the right question.
We love to eat out. When we plan a vacation or a weekend trip, one of the most important parts is planning where to eat. But we also have five kids. So we’ve adjusted to make it more affordable, and now frugality is our default. It’s easy.
Our family of seven has stayed in more than 20 different homes through AirBNB, across 12 countries, and over 40 days. It’s our preferred form of lodging. No other other type of lodging we’ve used has compared, and I’ll explain why.
Could you imagine not spending money for 30 days? I’m not talking about paying your bills, and keeping the lights on… keep doing those things. But what if you weren’t a consumer for 30 days? Or even 60? We’ve done 90.