On today’s hump day, we discuss what you need to get ready for retirement and if the stock market is too high.Read more
Today I am joining the chain to discuss FIRE Prowess. It was an idea started by The Green Swan and you can read about his idea in detail here. The FIRE Prowess gives you an idea of how well you are doing saving/investing relative to earning.
So check out my Fire prowess score and find out what yours is…Read more
One of the biggest reasons people give for buying a home is the mortgage interest deduction. While the deduction isRead more
Post 101- Hump day deferred. Today we discuss being homeless, the beauty of habits, and instilling good habits into our kids. From there we go on to early retirees and finally the beauty of slow acquisition.Read more
This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more info. 100th post! Alright, so this is it. MyRead more
Ever wonder how to invest in a taxable investment account. From capital gains tax, tax loss harvesting, and asset allocation; we discuss it all here.Read more
In today’s hump day we cover the Declaration of Independence, mini-retirement, working part time, finding happiness in medicine and life, and how frugality leads to wealth.Read more
I was recently approached by a friend. They were concerned about some investment options that a family member was involvedRead more
Todays hump day covers Van Gogh, early retirement drawdown plans and benefits, job satisfaction and paying yourself first. We also discuss retirement mistakes made by a famous FIRE blogger. Do you know how Van Gogh died? Find out today.Read more
This is my second post as part of the chain about drawdown plan. This is a post started by Physician On Fire and taken and catapulted by Fritz at The Retirement Manifesto. There are now 13 people on the chain, and I will make lucky number 14.
My first post found here discussed retiring with a pension. This would require me to work until I am 60, which kind of sounds lame. So now it is off to discussing how I could retire by 48.
If you did not read my post found here, let me give you a quick recap. I am fortunate to work for a company that offers a pretty sweet pension. If I work until 60, then I get full early retirement, but what if I want to retire early.Read more
I am joining the chain with my draw down strategy. This is a post started by Physician On Fire and taken and catapulted by Fritz at The Retirement Manifesto. There are now 13 people on the chain, and I will make lucky number 14.
Mine is unlike the others, and here is why. I have a job with a sweet pension. I mean a really sweet pension. The golden handcuffs as my colleagues joke. If I work at least 60% of the time until I am 60 years old (23 years from now) then I get free healthcare for life and a nice monthly pension check. What does this do to me?Read more