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It Doesn’t Matter If You Share Your Net Worth

If you are a Financial Independence/Early Retirement (FIRE) blogger, at some point early on you probably had to make the decision of whether to post your Net Worth for your readers to see. A lot of factors go into whether or not you want to post your net worth for the world to see, such […]

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Save Money by Being Nice

At some point in your life you may have heard the phrase, “nice guys finish last.” While this may or may not be true (depending on whom you talk to), I’m here to tell you with certainty that there are many cases in which it pays to be nice. Or more specifically, being nice can […]

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You Could Retire Tomorrow, If You Wanted To

You could retire tomorrow if you wanted to. It doesn’t matter how much money you have right now, whether you’re in debt or not, or even how many possessions you have. If you really wanted to, you could walk out of your job and retire no matter your situation. You’d even be able to sustain […]

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What FIRE Means To Me

I don’t remember the exact day, but I remember the feeling like it was yesterday. After a long meeting at work, I got back to my cubicle in the late afternoon of a warm summer day. I sat down, exhaled, and smirked to myself as I thought, “well, only 40 more years of this.” I’d […]

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Why the 1% Gets a Bigger Tax Cut Than You

It’s been more than a month since the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). While the stock market has seemingly loved this news (S&P 500 up 7.5% this MONTH), there are many people who are less than convinced how good this will be for the country. With reports from both sides of […]

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