At what age will you wake up every morning and do precisely what you want—and not have to work to pay the bills? That’s my idea of financial independence. Money plays an important role, but so does the lifestyle you choose. Some achieve financial independence when they are thirty (rare!). Some when they reach 50 (that’s me). Most when they reach 65+.
While there is time-proven wisdom to help you out there, it’s hard to find it amongst all the noise. I’d really like to show you how it’s done.
FinancingLife.org is the place where I share all my strategies, tips and lessons that I’ve learned over the years. I focus on decisions about money and investing. I’m an educator, not a financial adviser. I understand this stuff, I can explain the simple truths in plain English and love passing those ideas on.
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And it is important to know that I do not publish regularly. But, when I do, I try to make it something that will directly help you navigate the financial world in a way that doesn’t involve handing out money to an industry that is always trying to sell you something. The easiest way to know when we have new tutorials is to subscribe.
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- Record-keeping Made Simple
- How and When to Hire Help
- When Can I Retire?
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