Organizing your finances is one of the most crucial steps in taking charge of your financesMay contain affiliate links It is better to invest more of your money than to build savings beyond what you would ever need in the short-term. Savings is a way to horde money, not to grow your wealth, not to … Continue reading Short-Term Savings And How To Manage Them
May contain affiliate links Does money buy happiness? We have all heard how money does not buy happiness. But does it? According to a professor at Harvard, having an income over $75,000 will not increase your happiness. Would you rather have less than $75,000 because a Harvard professor who possibly has a larger income than … Continue reading Does Money Buy Happiness? A Case Towards Wealth
rat race (noun): the unpleasant life of people who have jobs that require them to work very hard in order to compete with others for money, power, status, etc.Source: Merriam-WebsterMay contain affiliate links In a previous post I have mentioned FIRE. This movement encourages people to be frugal so they can retire early. This is … Continue reading How Do You Escape The Rat Race?
May contain affiliate links There is a more recent movement going on called FIRE. As you can tell from the title FIRE stands for financial independence, retire early. The movement started in 1992 with a book Your Money or Your Life. The book asks the reader many questions: Are you happy with your work?Do you … Continue reading FIRE: Financial Independence, Retire Early
Time is a resource, it will fade when it is not used. Unlike every other resource there is no way to renew it.May contain affiliate links Time is money, right? Many have heard the phrase "time is money." However, they have no idea of how to spend such a valuable resource. You may be spending … Continue reading Time Is Money: Opportunity Cost
College is expensive, nothing will change that in the near future. However, there are many ways to budget for college. In fact there are even ways to minimize the cost of college and live off just $15/day despite the statistics shown below. Source: College Board, Annual Survey of Colleges; NCES, IPEDS Fall 2016 Enrollment data. … Continue reading Budget For College: Limit The Cost Of You Education