A month ago we closed on our primary residence purchase with a 30 year fixed 3.75% Fannie Mae loan, and neither Sarah or I are salaried employees - we both own our own businesses and have had them open less than 2 years. I’ve always heard we couldn’t qualify for a Fannie loan if we weren’t W2 salaried employees, but we just closed this! Don’t believe everything you hear/read regarding what you can and can’t do.
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Then pay into your pension! 👴🏼👵🏼 In the UK we are able to pay into our pensions each month through our employer. This reduces our gross pay, meaning that we get taxed on less income, so get taxed less!
Not only is this good to avoid tax, but also:
1. The employer will usually match your contribution up until a point. Usually around 5-10%.
2. Although pension fund fees can be high, it’s better to invest some money each month through a pension compared to spending everything you make!
The downside is that if you’re self employed this may not be feasible. Obviously being self employed means you don’t have an employer to match your contribution.
However for some people, this is a quick and easy way to avoid some tax legally! 💪🏼 Do you pay into your pension?
Let’s discuss this in the comments below! 💬
Feel free to DM any questions! 📬
Today. Tonight. Do not delay this, reading a few articles can really start a path of something life changing.
When I was in debt, spending like I had money (I spent student loans, let’s face it), I wish someone like me had talked to me about this.
About money, savings etc. Since I had no one to help me on my journey, I am hoping I am now that catalyst for you to change your money habits and ways.
The book I recommended - Your Money or Your Life - is not even a “money” book in the technical sense. It is an eye-opener.
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We all know how important it is being financially independent for women in current lifestyle. It’s sad to observe that in a family, a woman’s efficiency is decided/depends on how financially strong she is. At the same time, an efficient home-maker. In that turbulence, her career take a back seat when she enter motherhood or when the domestic needs overcome her career goals😟. The need to depend on someone & be cared of or belong to, is greater in women than in men. And with marriage, we feel emotionally complete🤦🏻♀️. With that, financial matters which require lot of analytical thinking, are left to husbands mostly. Many women aren’t aware of how much their spouse earn & what happens to that money🤷🏻♀️.
Discussion of financial matters create a conflict or confusion between partners (most of the time), when matured communication is the only way out.
🚻Talk to your spouse about financial matters, the family monthly income & expenses.
🚻Where does the unspent money or savings go?
🚻How well is the family insured/secured?
🚻Have joint control in managing both income & expenses.
🚻Encourage each other to have term life insurance policies with them as a nominee.
🚻Any liabilities be covered through term policies so that if something happen to anyone, at least the family is debt free.
🚻Nominate your children as beneficiaries after you & your spouse.
🚻Another important aspect is getting a critical illness policy in place.
🚻Know the value of investments, including jewellery & prepare a list of assets.
🚻be transparent, not suspicious to each other.
*The rule applies even to working women.
After all, your hard earned money, is for you & your family. To give them a secured good standard of living. There must nothing to play hide n seek.
Ladies, share your valuable thoughts. What you think about investments? Do you & your partner share financial transparency? Do you have joint financial control ? Do you manage all finances yourself?
Do you have what it takes to win in life?🤔
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If you’re a new investor, read & understand this, it’s important.
You should always want to have an emergency fund, because unexpected things do happen.
And if you’re in debt, don’t even think about investing. Save & pay off your loan asap. 👀
You don’t want to invest your money into the market just to be forced to withdraw it with a loss because you had an unexpected bill coming in...
Be smart & careful with your money. Money is value. 👈
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There’s more that goes into saving money than most people think.
Yet, it’s not really that hard. It’s more about your point of view and how you look at money.
If you’re not saving, you don’t truly understand the value of either the money itself or your time.
Why I mentioned time is because most of you who follow me, are trading your time for money.
And if you consistently keep spending all the money you’ve spent your time earning, you’re kinda wasting your time..