Frugality

The average, run-of-the-mill, financial advice is simple: automate your investments. Preferably, a predetermined dollar amount is set to auto deduct right from your paycheck and wired into investment accounts. I agree with this approach and take it further by automating spend. The single best attribute from automating the vast bulk of spend is that it [...]

There’s a growing movement towards people trying to achieve some form of Early Retirement. Personal finance bloggers toss around phrases such as Financial Freedom and Financial Independence, but we rarely define them. Here’s my Millennial take on early retirement. Defining Early Retirement My introduction to early retirement was discovering Ben Franklin reached such a feat [...]

Minimalism is an incredible movement growing across the globe. At its core, minimalism is about removing the clutter and simplifying our lives. We are constantly on the go so it can be difficult to pause and ask ourselves, “Will this purchase add value to my life?”. One of the most popular episodes we’ve done on [...]

Today’s post is a short one highlighting 95 answers from 22 personal finance bloggers on financial advice. Many of these answers are from familiar faces while some might be new to you. They all share great insights along the road towards financial independence. http://www.financialfannypack.com/financial-advice-personal-finance-bloggers-part-1/ I hope everyone had a killer New Years celebration. We’re celebrating [...]

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