In Retirement

In Retirement

Financial independence doesn't have a color

There is no color attached to financial independence, and that's one of the best qualities of this healthy pursuit of something better. At its foundation, this FIRE movement is nothing more than a desire to achieve: * less worry, * more happiness, * value in life Whatever those things mean to us. If you are living in the first world, you've probably observed that financial independence is achievable by so many people from all different walks of life. No race, gender or ethnicity has a mo
Jun 9·3 min read
In Retirement

What happens if you don't want to retire early?

In personal finance, what happens if you don't want to retire early? While early retirement worked for us, it won't work for everyone. Here's why.
Jun 6·6 min read
In Retirement

Why working until 65 is a risky decision: The case for early retirement

There is no question about it - early retirement is a risk. There's no doubt that quitting your full-time source of income are referred to as "calcula
May 17·7 min read
In Retirement

Keeping up with the Joneses? Don't - most of them are flat broke

Are you keeping up with the Joneses? Well, let me tell you why you shouldn't: If the numbers are any guide, Mr. and Mrs. Jones are flat broke.
May 16·8 min read
In Retirement

The secret to retiring early? Make lots of money and don't have kids

If you want to retire early with kids, you might think that it's impossible. After all, kids are expensive. It's true, kids are pricey, but...
May 13·7 min read
In Retirement

Avoid these common mistakes to secure your "Golden Years"

As the founder of an agency that works with Medicare insurance products, I’ve worked with thousands of people as they are beginning their retirement journey. This should be a time of life when you are excited about the future and perhaps looking forward to more time with loved ones or world travel during your golden years. Unfortunately, for many people, there are often some financial surprises that they didn’t expect and that can derail their plans. Sometimes we even see people who decide to
Apr 25·8 min read
In Retirement

Earth Day 2019: Are solar panels the next sliced bread?

Welcome to Earth Day, 2019. Solar holds a special place in my heart because our Airstream runs on solar is a huge proponent of solar after installing a massive sol
Apr 22·11 min read
In Retirement

Personal finance etiquette for 2019: Your stupid simple guide to talking money

Though money and personal finance can be tough to talk about, it doesn't have to be. Here is a situational guide for handling money talk.
Apr 21·8 min read
In Retirement

Is early retirement extreme? Here are 17 ways to make it easier

Is early retirement extreme? It doesn't have to be. In this article, I am telling you the top 17 ways to make early retirement easier.
Apr 20·13 min read
In Retirement

How to become a smart calculated risk taker

Smart and calculated risks take practice, and the more risks that you take, the smarter you become at doing the ones with the highest upside.
Apr 19·11 min read