How much are you saving from your gross income? Do you maintain a percentage from the money you’re earning to your savings and retirement or does it go purely on debt and mortgage?

Have you ever done a spot check on your finances?

According to Ken, doing spot checks on your finances every now and then should be a regular practice. For today’s episode, he explains why over the last four years, his savings target has increased from 10% to over 20% of his gross income. He also cites the different ways on how you can protect and grow your money in the long run. If you can start changing the flow of money and changing how money moves and create your own system and cut out the middlemen and start financing everything in your life yourself, essentially, you can reduce these debt payments to others.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • How much should you be saving from your gross income
  • What Todd Langford’s truth concept is about
  • Having the ability to live within our own means and change how money flows can be very empowering
  • How you can protect and grow your money


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