Young and the Invested


10 Simple Steps to Creating a Budget in Excel

A step by step guide on creating a budget in Excel complete with free downloadable spreadsheet.

How to Stick Rigidly to a Personal Budget

To save money you need to know where your money is coming from and where you are spending it. Here are some tips on adhering to a budget.

Are the 2019 Retirement Limits Important?

They might amount to peanuts depending on where you live, but they’re still helpful to save for retirement.

Curator’s Corner – Young and the Invested’s Best Finds on Sunday’s, Vol. 2

Curated content of interest to young professionals seeking financial independence.

A Guide to Physician’s Financial Independence

An overview of what a physician can expect from reaching financial independence.

How to Save and Buy the Best Engagement Ring

A look at how to save when buying the best engagement ring.

When Investing, Do as the French Do

What we can learn about the French laissez faire economic philosophy when it comes to investing.

How to Save and Get the Most Out of Life

My wife and I contribute the legal limit to our retirement accounts. Find out how we do it and why.

10 Tips to Qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Ways to ensure you’re on track to receive Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

Millennial, Interrupted

A review of Millennials’ hesitancy to invest in stocks and why this matters.

5 Simple Ways to Pay Off Your Mortgage Faster

A concise list of methods to pay off your mortgage and reach financial freedom faster.

Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early?

Some considerations to make before paying off your mortgage early.