Is your pursuit of financial independence defined by “needs” or “wants”? And what’s that have to do with your chances of success and satisfaction afterward?
Wealth vs income—what’s more important for your success? Once you have ”enough” in your pursuit of FIRE, what are the trade offs of losing your high income?
Thinking of taking social security at 62? You might be surprised by what the math behind drawing social security early and investing the benefit looks like!
Doubt creeps into all of our paths to financial independence, especially as emergencies come rolling in. But what if the bigger risk is, well, not?
Will inflation wreak havoc with your early retirement plans? Does the 4% rule account for it? And how do you determine how much money to withdraw yearly?
If achieving financial independence is all about getting the most from the least, might nature unlock satisfaction and excitement along the way?
I expected that moving to part-time work would have its benefits. What I didn’t expect was how much I learned about myself.
My career was costing me over $2,000/month! This is how I cut my “cost of working” and built a faster and more satisfying path to financial independence.
Your life’s wealth is derived from your choices and your social environment. While you can’t change how life begins, life is all about choices, which you control.
This is my top 10 HSA questions and answers when considering an HSA which reveals their gotchas, benefits, and investing superpower.