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Making solid Financial Independence and Early Retirement (FIRE) plans involves a significant amount of strategy. It’s not really something you can achieve with an improvised approach. On your road toward your goals, you’ll find yourself utilizing FIRE tools like the Rule of 25 to set your targets and the 4% rule to protect your portfolio.…
by Joseph Sheeley of The Small Investor High inflation is challenging. Every day the prices for the goods and services you need increase, leaving you scrambling to pay for everything. You go to fill up your car and it costs $40 more. You go to the supermarket and what seems like a modest haul costs…
An emergency fund is a reserve of money for you to use in an emergency. Having an emergency fund is always a good idea because it will help you avoid taking out high-interest loans or credit cards when you need cash. Emergency funds can be for both significant and minor emergencies. It is up to…
We all wish we’d stumble into a sudden windfall of cash. Whether it’s an inheritance or winning the lottery, sudden wealth can be a miraculous source of stress relief. What you might not expect is that sudden wealth can also be a source of tension and even social ostracization from your usual circles. There are…
Buying a new home is often a scary and exciting time in a person’s life. It is a big step up from renting, but it is typically a much better financial decision than continuing to sink your money into rent. Homeownership is ideal and a much smarter use of money, and it can even help…
College is all about learning, meeting new people, and finding a career path that will lead you to a life you love. It’s a great time, full of wonderful adventures, but at the back of every college student’s mind is a common anxiety: finances. If you’re a college student who has been forced to take…