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Launch Personal Finance

June 17 · Issue #32 · View online
Personal Finance & Financial Independence 3(ish) Articles, Curated Daily

The personal finance community often focuses on either reducing expenses or finding side hustles as the best avenues to increase saving rates. While these are both valid pursuits, they ignore what could be the easiest option of them all, making more money at your current job.
In order to do so, you’ll need to demonstrate the value you provide to your organization. In order to do that, you’re going to need to do something many of us are uncomfortable with: self promotion. It’s a difficult thing for many of us and doing so improperly can be very poorly received. Thankfully, the Smart Money Mamas can tell you how to self promote, without making it too shameless.

How to Brag Better & Advance Your Career - Smart Money Mamas
Emergency funds are a popular (and necessary) personal finance topic. But in the event of a true emergency, you need more than money, you need a plan. In fact, you probably need multiple plans. If you’ve learned anything from the last several months, it should be that life is unpredictable.
The Importance Of Having Backup Plans - Taking A Look At My Plan B and Plan C - Financial Panther
Remember Tiger King? It may seem like to premiered years ago, but I promise it’s really only been a couple of months. There are many lessons to be learned from the documentary (for instance, don’t hire a hitman to try to kill someone), but there are a few key financial lessons as well.
What Tiger King can teach you about personal finance – The Twenty Percent
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