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Monitoring Financial Health: Debt Rate

What is Debt Rate? Debt Rate is a key indicator of your financial health. It's the percentage of your annual gross income that goes to debt payments. Total Annual Debt Payments / Total Personal Income = Debt Rate Example: Assume your annual income is $300K. If you're...

Monitoring Financial Health: Qualified Term

What is Qualified Term? Qualified Term indicates the number of years you could live on your current qualified assets. "Qualified assets" refers to money in retirement accounts. This includes pre-tax accounts like Traditional 401(k)s and IRAs, and tax-free accounts...


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