Alright alright alright, welcome back to the indeterminate length series on the 4% Rule! Confused about what I’m talking about? No worries. Just head over to this post for a few minutes and we’ll meet you back here in a bit. Okay. Now that we’re all caught up on the … [Read more...] about Planning For The 4% Rule: You Need A Retirement Budget
It's been a long week. I wanted to get this post about achieving a high savings rate out on Wednesday, but I had a lot going on both at work and at home. There are a lot of moving parts in my life right now! Holiday season, amiright? Plus, I kept adding more and more to it. There … [Read more...] about The Sane Path To Achieving A High Savings Rate
Hello everybody! I’m back from a fun and exhausting vacation wherein I ate too much, slept not enough, and of course developed a sore throat and cough from either laughing and singing too much, or maybe it’s actually just a cold. Either way, my internal clock is all kinds of … [Read more...] about Introduction to the 4% Rule
I’ve noticed a trend lately. More and more, friends (both real ones and social media ones) are asking about investing. But not just what investments to buy. There has been a lot of talk about which company they should choose. And I’m seeing a lot of people respond that they … [Read more...] about Is A Discount Broker The Right Choice For You?
In the personal finance world, we talk about net worth a lot. Most people are focused on measuring their net worth...comparing it to their past net worths...comparing it to others. There is even a subtopic in the personal finance community focused on figuring out what your net … [Read more...] about Net Worth: What It Is And More Importantly, What It Isn’t