Traditional vs. Roth IRA- A Real World Comparison

*The information contained in this post is not meant to be specific for you or your situation and is not meant to be financial advice, as I am not licensed as a financial planner. Before making any decisions, I strongly recommend speaking to someone licensed in this area to consider your unique situation. My recommendation … Continue reading Traditional vs. Roth IRA- A Real World Comparison

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Traditional vs. Roth IRA- Which is Best for You?

*The information contained in this post is not meant to be specific for you or your situation and is not meant to be financial advice, as I am not licensed as a financial planner. Before making any decisions, I strongly recommend speaking to someone licensed in this area to consider your unique situation.  A couple … Continue reading Traditional vs. Roth IRA- Which is Best for You?

Is Travel Therapy Really Worth It?

This blog post was inspired by some questions I've gotten recently regarding the financial implications that accompany being a travel therapist. In this post I want to talk about not only the financial factors but also the lifestyle factors that play into the decision to become a travel therapist. What would a post on this … Continue reading Is Travel Therapy Really Worth It?

Guest Post on “The Traveling Traveler” Blog: Achieving Financial Independence through Travel Therapy

I recently had the pleasure of writing a guest post for Julia on her blog “The Traveling Traveler." She is an experienced traveling SLP, and she helped me a lot when I first began traveling. She is very well traveled and, in addition to stories about the awesome places she has visited, her blog is … Continue reading Guest Post on “The Traveling Traveler” Blog: Achieving Financial Independence through Travel Therapy

Travel PT: Headin’ back down South. But first, Jamai— repairs, then Jamaica!

-By Whitney- Delayed post to update our Travel PT Chronicles... I'm perpetually several months behind on this! I blame staying busy all the time (which doesn't stop Jared from writing, but I digress...) Timeline: September 2016 So when I last updated, we were finishing our contracts in Massachusetts in September 2016 and planning to go … Continue reading Travel PT: Headin’ back down South. But first, Jamai— repairs, then Jamaica!

The Best Student Debt Repayment Option for Those Seeking Financial Independence (FIRE)

*The information contained in this post is not meant to be specific for you or your situation and is not meant to be financial advice, as I am not licensed as a financial planner. Before making any decisions, I strongly recommend speaking to someone licensed in this area to consider your unique situation. My recommendations … Continue reading The Best Student Debt Repayment Option for Those Seeking Financial Independence (FIRE)

Progress to Financial Independence- June 2017

This month was very busy, not so much because of weekend trips this time, but because of overtime at work. Although we did go on an awesome weekend trip to Washington DC which was a lot of fun and very interesting. We got to stay at a beautiful Fairmont hotel suite there for free by … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- June 2017

Taking The Risk Out Of Your Early Retirement Plan

GUEST BLOG POST BY JOSEPH REINKE, CFA, CEO of FitBUX Today I have a guest blog post for you guys from a finance professional and not someone that just plays one on the internet, like myself. Joe is a very intelligent guy who spoke way over my head in the conversation that we had so I was … Continue reading Taking The Risk Out Of Your Early Retirement Plan