If you want to get your finances in order and don’t know where to start, then you need to be visiting the Bogleheads on at least a weekly basis. We often type “Bogleheads” and whatever questions we have into google and click on the links that come up. Just starting out and want to know the difference between FSA’s and HSA’s? Go to the Bogleheads. Want to save money on cooking? Yes, there’s even a few Bogleheads discussion threads on Instant Pots.
With that being said, DH has returned to give you all a top five picks of the Bogleheads for the month. In our next post, B.C. will return with a 5 part (!) series where we share our scar tissue from our amazing trip to Machu Picchu. Continue reading “The financial website that will save you millions of dollars”
Today’s post is brought to you by DH, aka “Dear Husband,” though I’ve taken to calling him my “BHE” (Best Husband Ever). The timing of checking one’s net worth was a subject we were discussing while on Sabbatical in Colombia, and he decided to put it the why’s and how’s into written form, hoping you all would benefit from his research: Continue reading “Why You’ll Be Happier if You Only Look at Your Portfolio Every Six Months”
Today’s post is brought to you by DH (Dear Husband):
DAF stands for Donor Advised Fund, and it is a great way to give to charities efficiently. DAF’s are something you should look into if you donate more than $5k/year.
We’ve used Fidelity’s DAF for years and have been very pleased. Vanguard is also a good option (as always), but we went with Fido as it had lower contribution limits, as well as lower disbursement (gifts to the charities) limits.
Here are 9 reasons why you should have a DAF—and 1 reason not to have one: Continue reading “9 Reasons Why you Should Have a Donor Advised Fund—and 1 Reason Not to”