Collecting the best personal finance articles around the web.
Losing my dad when I was 7 turned my life upside down. Yet somehow, I ended up at Harvard. Read more
Over 50+ new bloggers on the scene.
People will keep trying to tell you what to do next. What will make you successful. What you can buy to make your life more enjoyable.
Some tried-and-true methods to get them to stop listening to you, ignore all of your advice, and make them second guess being with you
I wish I knew that working 75 hours per week could have been a financial blessing for my future family and me…
Want to know how to increase your salary? It won’t necessarily be easy for every profession, but these are the essential tips to make more.
The problem with most financial advice is that it’s too personal.
There are no get-rich-quick schemes to double your money overnight, but here are 5 ways to get above average returns on your money.
This article/interview shows how one couple is offsetting part of their mortgage payment with a simple Airbnb side hustle
A look at the pros and cons of different options for real estate investing.
“I traded a few pseudo luxuries, like name brand clothing, for the ultimate luxury. We have enough passive income to cover our bills.”
Jillian from Montana Money Adventures shares how her family went from $55,000 in debt to financial independence.
Some of this advice is really terrible!
The comparison trap with the Insta-Joneses is a thief of joy and a thief of pay checks.
Mr. Mechanic joins us again today with an extra special guest post sharing his views on FIRE as an outsider looking in.
The moving target of how much is enough, when life throws some perspective your way.
Jillian shares how embracing minimalism impacted her journey towards financial independence.
Next time anyone tries to tell you how ‘awesome’ and ‘freeing’ it is to ride– tell them they have been brainwashed by Big Bike’s agenda
Relax! We’re going to be fine, despite the recent stock market volatility!
Stay-at-home parents take on massive workloads for little thanks. So I want to take a second to thank my dad for everything he has done.
Did you know the number #1 method people use to estimate how much they need for retirement is GUESSING? We can do better…
Below we’ll cover why saving money appears to be difficult and some simple tips to get you on track.
Take advantage of these free resources that can help with your finances.
See how Todd made extra money, survived a job loss, and even leveraged his side hustle into a full-time job.
Smart spending decisions to buy back time.
From replacing a leaky water heater to an emergency room visit because of a wooden spoon, here are 7 reasons you need an emergency fund.