Progress to Financial Independence- September 2017

I'm very late in posting my update this month with no real good excuse, but I'll throw some out anyway: I've been spending 5 days per week in the gym for the last two months trying to get back in shape. On average I'm spending about 2 hours there in the evenings after work between … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- September 2017

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Roth Accounts Are A Scam For Those Seeking 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. This will … Continue reading Roth Accounts Are A Scam For Those Seeking FIRE

Guest Post: The Ins and Outs of Student Loan Refinancing

I'd like to thank Josh at Family Faith Finance for writing this guest post on a very hot topic for students and recent graduates: Student Loan Refinancing. What is it? How does it work? Is it right for you? Can you still do an income based repayment if you refinance? Keep reading below to find out … Continue reading Guest Post: The Ins and Outs of Student Loan Refinancing