Planning

&

Saving

Thinking about the future and how you will finance it might keep you up at night. There are simchos on the horizon, children to marry off in the future, and a lifetime of unexpected expenses to contend with.

Yes, living a frum life is expensive, but with careful planning, responsible saving and spending, and a forward-focused outlook, we can make life simpler, more comfortable, and, most importantly, stress-free.

Join me as we dive into the dos, don’ts, tips, tricks, and insights of planning, saving, and spending.

Avi Friedwitzer wanted to leave the company he worked for and pursue a better career. But how would he live...
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Can the answers to all her financial questions be written on one index card? wondered Sima Issac. Professor Harold Pollack...
Yossi Moskowitz’s oldest son, nine-year-old Tzvi, started asking for an allowance after some friends began getting it. Yossi himself never...
Can I get a massive tax deduction for my kids’ yeshivah tuition now? wondered Chaim Weinstein. He’d come across a...
Baruch Brown’s accountant advised him to open an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) for tax purposes. He may as well have...
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Enough with the inflation, thought Michel Goldman. It seemed like wherever he turned, people were hocking about rising prices. Yes,...
After the recent birth of his new daughter, Yossi Sonnenshein wanted to start saving for future chasunah expenses. But what...
Mrs. Steiner, a middle-aged almanah, had “nechasim da’agos.” The life insurance payout she’d received after her husband’s petirah was still...
The Rebbe’s response was brief—just a few words. Avrohom Averick was an experienced investor, but he sought guidance and a...
This is like the chicken and egg dilemma, mused Chaim Shapiro. The yungerman needed to build credit to eventually qualify...

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