If we ignore the desires of our heart and deny our ability to enjoy anything, this places us in an uncomfortable disposition towards discontent. Likewise, if we ignore the head we are destined towards financial ruin. Let The 10% Rule make both your head and your heart happy.
Month: April 2021
Which Retirement Accounts Should I Use? The Order of Investing
Getting started is sometimes the most challenging part of a “set it and forget it” investing model. Which retirement accounts should you use? And, in what order? Today’s post is here to help you out.
Physicians Scammed out of Tens of Millions of Dollars
Physicians scammed out of $33 million as one physician recruits dozens of colleagues to invest in a cryptocurrency volatily trading scheme he cofounded.
Lifestyle Inflation After The First Big Paycheck
This is a story familiar to us all. We watch (or anticipate watching) our paycheck jump in size after we finish training. We then make all of the lifestyle changes to accompany the big increase. This is the big dilemma. Today we will discuss a better way.
How to get started with real estate Investing
Real estate can provide a passive income stream…when done right! Read on to gain insights from PIMD on how to do just that.
The 3 Ways to Get to Financial Independence
Do you need 25 times your annual expenses? What if you have enough passive income coming in each month to cover your expenses? How exactly do YOU define financial independence? Definitions matter. Come find out why.
“I want to lower my taxes” is a stupid goal
Being a high income earner also comes with a pretty hefty tax bill. Dr. Dahle shares tips for how to think smarter about our tax goals and actions that will impact your bottom line in this Saturday Selection, originally posted on White Coat Investor.
The fear of spending money
It’s okay to stick to our guns, but sometimes being frugal can make spending money an anxiety provoking experience. Do I have the fear of spending money? We bought a house. Am I a hypocrite? Come take a walk through my mind.