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Anticipating the start of the swim portion of Raleigh’s 2017 Half Ironman, 99 strangers and I waded into Jordan lake. Five hours of grueling effort and quad cramps later, I finished the race to the sound of crowds chanting my name. Ok…maybe not the “crowds chanting my name” part, but I crossed the finish line. The only
In short, yes. But don’t take our word for it: as seen in their 2017 annual report, the Social Security and Medicare Board of Trustees “project that the combined trust funds will be depleted in 2034“. However, the Social Security Administration and Congress have a few “levers” they can pull to extend this 2034 date
If you’ve ever pretended to know what “deflation” is then keep reading. Ray Dalio started his investment company, Bridgewater Associates, at age 26 out of his apartment. After forty years of investing, Bridgewater now manages around $160 Billion. Normally you have to go to college and sit through hours of lectures to grasp a 10,000
It is near impossible to cover every student loan situation, payback option and variable in an individual’s life with a blog post. I recommend using the information below as a starting point and combining it with personal knowledge of yourself and your resources to mount a plan of attack for your scenario. Navy Seals and
In life there are people that show up to work, do a great job, and go home without much fanfare: much like Tim Duncan. Tim (I wish we were on a first name basis) reminds me of a Health Savings Account (HSA) because he outperforms his peers consistently but is widely underappreciated. With an HSA the