Archive - 2020

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Planting New Seeds for Financial Freedom
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Free Tax Filing and Preparation for Military Members
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2019 Social Security Survey Results
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Career Change and Pocket Change: Financial Advice for Career Shifters
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How Budgeting Led to Playing Torrey Pines

Planting New Seeds for Financial Freedom

Valentine’s Day is over and many people have gone into stores to take advantage of discounts on merchandise that did not sell before February 14. CNN Business even wrote about “What happens to the Valentine’s Day flowers that don’t get sold?” in case you ever wondered what happens to surplus flowers. Unlike candy, which may be edible for quite a while, flowers will not stay fresh forever.

According to CNN Business, these flowers are donated, used to educate people studying to be florists, thrown away, or they get composted.

Now what does that have to do with …

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Free Tax Filing and Preparation for Military Members

One of the little-known benefits of being in the military is access to free tax filing and preparation services. There are several options for military personnel to file their taxes for free, including free tax preparation assistance on base, and free tax prep software you can use to prepare your own taxes and file your taxes online. Some local communities may also offer free tax preparation. We can’t cover each of the local opportunities, but we can let you know about how military members can get free tax preparation on their military installation or through many online tax software programs.… Read More

2019 Social Security Survey Results

In November and December, 2019, I sent out a survey covering Social Security filing strategies. The survey was sent to a closed Facebook group (dealing primarily with Social Security filing strategies), as well as to my blog readership and Twitter followers.
If anyone would like to see the actual unscrubbed survey data, please send me a note at admin@financialducksinarow.com and I’ll set you up. I’ll be interested in hearing your insights after reviewing the data! – jb
Given the sources of respondents, it’s safe to assume that this group of people is on the higher end of the scale of… Read More

Career Change and Pocket Change: Financial Advice for Career Shifters

The new year always gets people talking and thinking about changes they would like to make. For some, that means finally getting serious about leaving a career for which they are no longer passionate. For others, it may mean devoting time to an entrepreneurial endeavor, business start-up, or even a capital intensive passion project.

If you count yourself among either of these groups, I’ve got some advice to make that transition a lot easier on your finances. 

Depending on how dire your situation is, and how desperate you are to change, these steps can feel lengthy. But ideally, no career …

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How Budgeting Led to Playing Torrey Pines

Check out my personal story about how going through the motions last year and doing my budget allowed me to play a bucket list course – Torrey Pines. The post How Budgeting Led to Playing Torrey Pines appeared first on Thinking Beyond Numbers.… Read More

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