Tag: financial independence

How I saved over $200,000 by age 27

As I’ve mentioned in a previous post I started on this road to financial independence about 7 years ago. Thinking back on it now, I think the mindset was always kind of there for me. I remember being a young kid probably about 8 years old and always wanting to save money. Back then, I

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Let’s talk about debt.

Debt is seen as one of those taboo topics that most people don’t like to talk about. It’s generally not discussed much because it’s one of those things that many of us are embarrassed to talk about. We know it’s not a good thing but it’s something we just can’t help right? I mean how

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So what is F.I.R.E. and what does it mean for you?

What is financial independence anyway? Matt here. I’d like to take the opportunity to explain what exactly this F.I.R.E movement is all about. I’ll begin by explaining how I became interested in this “crazy” idea. So we’ll turn the dial back about 7 years. Back in 2012 I was introduced to the blog Mr. Money

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