Good morning all, and happy weekend! It's the start of the Fourth of July weekend for those of my readers in the US, and I hope you have something fun planned. For my readers not in the US, the fourth of July is our independence day celebration, and you can learn more about it here. … Continue reading Playbook for Tough Times Vol. 2 – Needs and Wants (Plus a Giveaway!)
Good morning all! Today's post is a bit behind schedule - I was on a business trip the past week and didn't get a chance to write. But don't worry, today I have a great new book review for you! It's a book called "End Financial Stress Now - Immediate Steps You Can Take to … Continue reading End Financial Stress Now! Plus a Giveaway!
I hate going to the doctor. It's right at the bottom of the "things I like to do with my time" list, down there with cleaning the bathrooms and catching mice in the garage. In fact, I hate going so much that I put off a visit with a specialist (endocrinologist) that I should be … Continue reading Saving Money On Health Care With A High Deductible Plan
It seems like many in the financial independence movement have the same goal - to quit their jobs and travel the world at 30 or 35. Now, there's nothing wrong with that goal. If that's what you're working toward, I encourage you to follow your dreams and go for it. But I wanted to put … Continue reading It’s OK If You Don’t Want to Quit Your Job to Travel the World
Health Savings Accounts, or HSA's. Everyone seems to love them, and feel like they're a miracle account. Believe it or not, despite people telling you how great the HSA is, it's not actually right for everyone all the time. You need to be able to do some analysis on your personal situation to see if an HSA … Continue reading When Good Financial Ideas Go Bad – HSA’s