Despite what conventional wisdom may lead you to believe, there are many paths to retirement. Most people follow the same two-phase path to retirement. Instead, the Slow FI approach can help you make small changes over time.
In this post, I share our approach to investing. My hope is that it can help you see that investing in the stock market does not have to be complex. While there is still volatility and risk, it will help you achieve your long-term goals.
A few years ago I resisted learning to play golf with some of my best friends because I didn’t want to spend the money. Now, I really enjoy getting out on the course and a few other hobbies. Here’s my story of how I shifted my approach to spending money.
Many who are pursuing financial independence would never consider a cash-out refinance. A common approach for those pursuing FI is to pay down the mortgage early and I can relate. But, we are choosing to do a cash-out refinance and here’s why.
Transportation expenses are one of the big three expense categories. This means that there is a lot of potential for savings, and helping Americans better achieve their financial goals. This post outlines 3 strategies with the biggest potential impact for saving money on transportation expenses.