Whether you are running a multi-million dollar business or simply managing your own personal finances, there is one thing that I believe is critically important to both: tracking and measuring. The first of every month, I like to not only track my net worth in my spreadsheet, but I also track anything of major importance… Continue reading End of Month Reporting: IT WORKS!
I believe that one of the most important things that you can do in personal finance is to track your net worth. Now, more than ever, there are so many easy ways to automatically track your assets and your liabilities. I personally use Personal Capital to seamlessly track my net worth, asset allocations, and eyeball… Continue reading Easy-to-Use Net Worth Spreadsheet (Template for Google Sheets & Excel)
Personal Capital is the easiest and most convenient way to track your net worth, plan for retirement, and run your day to day budget There is a reason that many personal finance bloggers are continuously pushing Personal Capital’s Retirement Planner: it is the easiest and most convenient way to tie together your entire net worth… Continue reading Personal Capital Retirement Planner Review (2022)
Personal finance is personal – But how much does an average person need to retire early and happily? For those on a journey to FI (Financial Independence) or FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) this is a question you are very very familiar with. But for those who aren’t, this is something you should be thinking… Continue reading How much, do you actually need to retire early?
This is a comprehensive list of the best Net Worth, Financial Independence, and Retirement Calculators & Tools that I could find and test. I have used many of these calculators myself. Personal Capital’s tools cannot be spoken more highly of for managing a budget, investments and tracking net worth. And from time to time, I… Continue reading Best Financial Independence Calculators & Tools