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

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Guest Post: Simple Ways Travel Therapists Can Save Money on The Road (by the Traveling Traveler)

Today I'm happy to bring to you a guest post from Julia Kuhn at The Traveling Traveler. Below are some great tips on how to save money while working as a traveling professional, many of which Whitney and I employ ourselves!   As a travel therapist, you may receive more financial compensation than your permanent counterparts.  … Continue reading Guest Post: Simple Ways Travel Therapists Can Save Money on The Road (by the Traveling Traveler)

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

Retiring Early on a Physical Therapist’s Salary: “Choose Healthy, Not Normal”

GUEST BLOG POST BY CHRIS AT "EAT THE FINANCIAL ELEPHANT" Today I am very excited to bring to you the first guest post on this blog. This post comes to you courtesy of Chris who writes for his and his wife's blog, Eat the Financial Elephant. Chris recently retired in February after working only 16 years as … Continue reading Retiring Early on a Physical Therapist’s Salary: “Choose Healthy, Not Normal”