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What Does It Mean To Be Financially Comfortable? The Cozy Nest Egg Podcast

In this episode, I discuss what it means to be financially comfortable, based on Charles Schwab’s Modern Wealth Index Survey and a poll by the Skipton Building Society. I also discuss whether it’s worthwhile for foreign nationals in the U.S. to send money back to their home country to take advantage of higher interest rates. Here is a link to the article that this podcast is based on: https://cozynestegg.com/2021/01/02/what-does-it-mean-to-be-financially-comfortable/. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
  1. What Does It Mean To Be Financially Comfortable?
  2. Net Worth And Income
  3. Learning How To Budget
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Infographic: Student Loan Debt – Is It Really A Crisis?

There has been a lot of talk about student loan debt in the news over the past couple years. The prevailing wisdom is that this debt, which students had to incur to pursue an education for a better life, is burdening the young generation and preventing them from succeeding. Recently, President Joe Biden has expressed…

Your Kindergarten Classroom May Impact How Much You Earn, Study Suggests

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How Does Cost Of Living Compare By Country?

Many people often daydream about living in another country, perhaps on a tropical island or maybe in an idyllic villa in Europe, either to get away from their mundane lives or to retire somewhere more affordable. But how much does it actually cost annually to live in different countries around the world? Methodology To find…

Why You Should Be Careful About Reference Points When Investing

One of the biggest weak points for an investor is the emotional component to watching your money rise and fall. Most investors underperform the market, and a big reason for that is emotional investing. People tend to buy into the market when it rises for fear of missing out on gains, and then they sell…

How to Make Extra Money as a Stay-at-Home Mom

Many stay-at-home moms (and stay-at-home dads too) leave the workforce to raise their children. Some of them choose to do so to be more involved in their children’s upbringing, and others for financial reasons, such as the high cost of childcare. More recently, many working moms are staying at home temporarily to care for their…

How Average Income Compares By State

Income levels differ across the country, so depending on where you live, it may not make sense to compare yourself to the national average. Instead, it’s more helpful to see where you fall compared to other individuals in your state. To facilitate this, I generated geographical heat maps using data compiled by 24/7 Wall St.…

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