Investing

About two months ago, I took $14,000 out of our savings account and put it in a taxable investment account. To date, it’s probably been my least favorite financial move I’ve ever made. In fact, it’s the worst. It’s also, apparently, the responsible thing to do, but that’s besides the point.   Responsibility is totally overrated. To […]

When I graduated college, at 21 years old, I really only had one goal for myself in regards to my personal finances. GET FILTHY FREAKING RICH But here I am, seven years later, realizing that I don’t actually care about being wealthy. I know, I know. You’re probably thinking, “Ninja, you’re a hypocrite. Some of […]

Like I mentioned in yesterday’s post, Girl Ninja and I recently took $14,000 out of our savings account and transferred it to a taxable investment account. Many of you were curious as to why we would do such a thing considering we only contribute to one Roth each year (instead of two) and I don’t […]

Put up or shut up.  I don’t know how many time’s I’ve written about short-term investing, specifically in taxable investment accounts. I just know it’s been too many considering I am yet to contribute a single penny to one. I mean, one of my top referring blog posts of all time was titled “If you […]

Got a quarterly statement from the Thrift Savings Plan (the government version of a 401k) yesterday and it tickled my fancy in ways my fancy has never been tickled before. There was a good amount of information on there that seemed totally pointless. Like the section that told me if I was 62 years old […]

How many of us are guilty of allowing fear to keep us from doing potentially great things?   ME! I’M GUILTY OF THAT!   I wrote last week about my desire to add a two bedroom rental unit to the side of our house. About 10% of you thought it was a good idea in […]

So ya know how last blog post I wrote about investing $100,000 in to our house so we could build an attached two-bedroom apartment? That’s still an option, but so is something else… SELL OUR HOUSE Yeah, I just said that.  We bought in July, moved in in September, and here we are five months […]