Anyone who reads this site knows that I am a big of a proponent of financial independence. However, too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. Today’s post dives into just this topic as we explore how too much focus on financial independence can cause harm.
Month: December 2018
We all know the feeling of wanting to buy something right now. It might be a house, car, clothes, new phone, or some other gadget. The truth is that impulse buys are usually unhelpful. Today is a lesson on delayed gratification.
We all have our own individual plan. The question remains: How old will I be when I get to financial independence? This post will walk you through my plan and how I plan to get to FI by my mid 40’s. Hopefully, it will help you start thinking about your own plan, too.
We all need help sometimes. But is it worth paying for it? Come see what I think about whether there are any reasons to use a financial advisor. If you’ve been following along, you might be surprised to see what I say.
Investing money for your kid’s college education can be a tough choice. Should you do it at all? If you do, what’s the best way? Are there any hacks for this sort of thing? All this and more in today’s post.
A lot of time on this site is spent on personal finance, financial independence, and money. What if I told you that the best investments have nothing to do with any of those things? You might think I’m crazy, but you also might think I’m right.
Making the most of your student loan situation is paramount to financial success. For this reason, this is a must read post if you are a medical student, resident, or academic attending. Come check it out as we discuss the REPAYE loop hole and 4 REPAYE hacks that will help you make the most of this great program.