Have you seen the FIRE post featuring over 50 to personal finance bloggers? Give it a read, and then tell us your thoughts in the brand new Money Talks Financial Forum!
If you read much personal finance content, you know that early retirement is an increasingly popular topic these days. Reddit has a financial independence subreddit with over 450,000 subscribers, there’s another online early retirement forum that often has over 1,000 active users online , and even our very own Money Talks Financial Forum has been burning up with posts and comments about early retirement lately.
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Here’s another Introvert Interview comin’ your way. Meet Jaymee, the voice behind the Smart Woman Blog, a personal finance blog for “money-curious” millennials. She is a #proudCanadian from Calgary, Alberta. Jaymee focuses…Read MoreFinding Balance | Introvert Interview 18 with Jaymee from Smart Woman Blog
As stocks have been up and down recently, the concept of Tax Loss Harvesting has once again become popular. Physician on Fire has an excellent post on how to do it. But why would one bother? Here are 5 reasons: 1) It saves you money on taxes against income.
This post may contain affiliate links. Please check out my disclaimer for more information. When I was a kid, we had a 1968 Toyota Corona. The predecessor to the Corolla, this beauty had vinyl seats that you could fry a steak on in the summertime.
It’s no secret that income is positively correlated with age. As you get older, your income tends to increase. But exactly how much does income increase with age? What’s the median income for each age? How much do you have to earn to be in the top 10% of income-earners for your age?
Long-term readers of my blog, all three of you, will no doubt remember the posts I wrote about the concept of Geoarbitrage, the first one explaining the concept, while the second one talks about how the Frogdancer family tweaked that concept to suit our situation. Well, when I say ‘family’, I really mean me.
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