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Corporate Monkey, CPA

Why We’ll Homeschool During Our Family Gap Year

I am a complete homeschool nubie.  I’ve never been anywhere near it before.  But, the more I look into it, the more it seems like an awesome opportunity for me and my kids.  There are so many resources available these days,

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7 Days of Awesome: The 2017 Ride Across California

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What a ride!  On April 15, we finished our 7-day bike ride across California with 100 5th graders and their parents.  I’m happy it’s done (safely), but I already miss it too.  What an experience! There’s something special about rolling for hours a day across beautiful countryside.  

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The Mega Backdoor Roth

Paying as little taxes as legally possible is as American as Moms, Guns, and Apple Pies.    If you follow this blog, you know that one of the easiest and best ways to reduce your taxes both now and in the future is to contribute as much as you possibly can to retirement accounts like 401ks,

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It’s Quittin’ Time – Take This Job And [redacted]!

There’s a certain satisfaction to leaving a job on your own terms.  After years of being told what to do and how to do it, the tables are turned, for just a moment.  I am now 2 weeks away from having that conversation once again.  

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The Ride Across California

Hi folks! In two weeks, I’m heading off on what will undoubtedly be one of the biggest adventures of my life.  No, I’m not talking about my Family Gap Year – that’s still a couple of months away.  

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What We’ll Pack For Our Family Gap Year – And Why

We’re now less than 3 months away from leaving on our “Family Gap Year” to South America.  I’m quitting my job, we’re pulling our two pre-teen kids out of school, we’re renting out our house,

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No Sugar Cookies For YOU!

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Given the number of self-help books, motivational speakers, and online forums dedicated to discipline, I think it’s safe to say that lots of people realize they need discipline, and many struggle to obtain it.    Discipline is one of the two primary keys to wealth.  

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