The problem with most financial advice is that it’s too personal.
The 4% rule only offers one way to cover your lifestyle expenses.
“An identity bridge is a sense of self that carries you through a change from one place to another.”
Financial independence can bring freedom, but freedom doesn’t guarantee a good life.
These charts show the best and worst S&P 500 investment periods in history.
Here is the data that shows why the amount you invest often matters more than the returns you earn.
This map shows how long it would take to kill the average credit card debt in every state.
Here is why living like a student in your first few years out of college has such a massive impact on your long-term wealth.
“Here are 9 money lessons from my 90-year-old grandpa.”
Use this calculator to find out how much you can reasonably expect to save in 10 years, based on income, expenses, and investment returns.
Here are the benefits of enjoyable active income, also known as EAI.
Here are the mothers and fathers who work like you.
Here is how the S&P 500 has historically performed after experiencing a year of negative returns.
One user on Reddit shares how his money “flowed” in 2018 with an animated visualization.
Retirement is a human invention and it’s only one of many potential financial paths that you could pursue.
Here is why retirement is a flawed concept.
Mr. Crazy Kicks shares the details of his early retirement.
Is it worth it to stick it out in a stressful job situation just for a high salary?
Jessica shares why she accepted a part-time job on her path to financial independence.
Jeff shares his experience with earning $2,000+ in profit each month from selling live crickets.
The Dow just had its best day since March 2009, having many of us wondering, was this the bottom? Is the bear market over?
Jonathan Clements answers questions about cash, stocks, and bonds, given the current state of the market.
I use historical data to answer a simple question: will the S&P 500 ever be this low again?
There are many noteworthy paths to financial independence and there is no one size that fits all.
I analyze the benefits and potential drawbacks of investing in a 401(k) and answer the question of whether or not you should invest in one.
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