We’ve never been great at budgeting. But using the anti-budget and automatic works well for us. This makes sinking funds a critical tool in our personal finance arsenal.
Financial Independence Basics
Are you new to financial independence (FI)? These posts will provide an overview of the key components. You'll be prepared to start building your path to financial independence.
Have you heard someone excitedly talk about index funds, but didn’t want to admit your ignorance? Today’s post is for you! Read for a quick overview.
A reader recently asked about using savings accounts. A quick overview of account types and purposes. Don’t lose money by using the wrong account!
Investing can be intimidating to many, but it’s important for building your path to financial independence. A quick overview of the basics of investing.
New to FI? Savings is the main driver on your path to financial independence. This post covers common FI concepts in creating and using your savings.
How do you know when you reach FI? This post walks you through the process of setting your first financial independence target. Once you know your goal, you can start the drive to FI!
Your spending has a dramatic impact on your FI path. Know, control, and reduce spending to accelerate your trip to FI!
Do you want to reach financial independence? There are two important numbers you must start tracking tracking immediately. What, why, how.
Nothing will kill your FI dreams faster than debt. Here is a quick overview of debt paydown strategy and student loan benefits for educators.
New to FI? The first steps into financial independence can be overwhelming. A primer of the most basic building blocks for new FI seekers.