Kiss- Keep It Simple Superstar

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  1. Duncan's Dividends says:

    I definitely do autopay on my bills, but for some reason I make payments on my credit card every fourth of the month. It’s early and I think it just helps me sleep well at night. As for investing I do both the 401k with company match, but I also do an auto draft of $200 a week into my investing account. I keep my checking account higher than you do, but it’s also my emergency fund as well. I skim it when it gets higher than I’d like, IE I’ve pulled roughly $8000 from it at various points over this year so far to invest. Basically like I said it’s my way to SWAN.

  2. Leo T. Ly says:

    For me, I also keep a minimal amount of money in my chequing account. I often move the extra money to pay off my investment loans. This way, my extra money can earn a bit more interest than the peanuts offered by my bank.

    I also agree that paying all your bills on time and in full is a great habit to have. This definitely saves you a bit of money in the long run.
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  3. I own mutual funds. Can’t keep it any simpler 🙂
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  4. I’ve tried to automate as much as my life as possible so I don’t even think about bills. For that matter I couldn’t tell you when they are due. But I know they get paid on time each and every month 🙂 Definitely by far one of the best things that I ever did!!!
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  5. Pellrider says:

    I pay the credit card bills when they come. Other bills are already automated. Usually investments are done during the first week of the month. Just move money to investment account and actual investment can be done later.

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