I’m behind on posting updates on my Income Fund, so here’s a look back to last year’s September Income Fund update, following on from my August update.
I finally had a light bulb moment after more than four years of learning about personal finance. I’ve been making a fair amount of changes to my portfolio during my blogging absence. And while I’ve yet to post my new asset allocation, here’s one change I’m making which is long overdue. Drum roll, please…
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There’s a new Dividend Champions list in town and it’s great! Check out eurodivdendchampions.com that’s been put together by Juanjo.
I mentioned in my August Income Fund update that I was planning to make some changes to my Income Fund. Since the changes are quite significant, I’m going to describe them in two posts. Here’s the first change regarding my account allocation.
This isn’t quite how the solar eclipse looked like here in Michigan this month, but if you take away the clouds it was fairly close. Here’s my August 2017 review following on from my August income fund update. It’s almost like a balance sheet statement, but different!
Read on to see my August 2017 Income Fund update.
Here’s my July 2017 review following on from my July income fund update. It’s almost like a balance sheet statement, but different!
It’s time to look at updating my budget. I like to review and update my budget twice a year. I last updated it for the start of 2017. Let’s see if any changes are needed for the last half of 2017.
Apparently nobody told my insurance company that inflation was under 2% a year. The auto insurance renewal quote I received in July included a 14% hike in the premium. My policy was already expensive to start with (thanks Michigan), so saving money on insurance became high priority. It’s time to go shopping …
Read on to see my July 2017 Income Fund update.