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Physical and Fiscal Fitness The connection between physical and fiscal fitness has been addressed multiple times here at RetirementSavvy. I noted in Manage Your Fiscal and Physical Fitness that smoking is the most obvious and significant example. Not only are there numerous health consequences associated with smoking, it is an expensive habit. Money used to buy cigarettes cannot… Read Article →

Smoking, and its impact on physical and fiscal fitness, has been addressed multiple times here at RetirementSavvy. I noted in Manage Your Fiscal and Physical Fitness that not only are there numerous health consequences associated with smoking, it is an expensive habit. Money used to buy cigarettes cannot be used to build an emergency fund or contribute… Read Article →

As I noted early on in my first book, RENDEZVOUS WITH RETIREMENT: A Guide to Getting Fiscally Fit, just as being physically fit involves two critical components, controlling diet and exercising; being fiscally fit also involves two critical components, controlling debt and investing. Not only are both concepts built around two core components, they are… Read Article →

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