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Corporate Monkey, CPA

Guest Post: The Side Hustle Journal

Today we welcome a guest post from Ryan Helms, creator of the Side Hustle Journal.  I strongly believe in side hustles as a way to boost your path to financial freedom.  My wife and I have had a few different side hustles over the years,

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The GOP Tax Plan and the Zero Tax Bracket

House Republicans released their new tax proposal a few days ago, with the intention of getting a bill passed before the end of the year.  Changes will still inevitably occur before any bill becomes finalized into law, but we can look at the impact of the current proposal on retirement in general,

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Bolivia’s Wild Wild West: Part IV – Salar de Uyuni

This is the final post in a four-part series about our week-long trip through Bolivia’s Southwest Circuit.   Part I of our trip covered Tupiza, a hiking and red-rock mecca, and the southern gateway to Bolivia’s southwest.   Part II covered the start of our Bolivian jeep tour from Tupiza. 

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Bolivia’s Wild Wild West: Part III – Altiplano Lakes Region

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This is the third post in a four-part series about our week-long trip through Bolivia’s Southwest Circuit.   Part I of our trip covered Tupiza, a hiking and red-rock mecca, and the southern gateway to Bolivia’s southwest.   Part II covered the start of our Bolivian jeep tour

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Bolivia’s Wild Wild West: Part I – Tupiza

Our family of four just finished a week-long trip through Bolivia’s “Southwest Circuit”.  It is the most popular tourist route in Bolivia, attracting throngs of visitors from Europe and China.  This is the first in a series of four posts detailing our trip.   

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A Typical Day In Our Pueblo

Our family of four from California has been living now in our small town in the Southern Bolivian Andes for four and a half months.  We quit our jobs in San Diego, pulled the kids out of school,

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The Benefits of Being Grumpy

Grumpy people are ill-tempered, opinionated, stubborn, probably surly, and highly uncompromising.  We think of the stereotypical grumpy old man (or woman) – a curmudgeon.  But a curmudgeon is also a maverick – nonconformist, individualistic, and unorthodox.  And therein lies the greatness. 

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