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Lots to cover in this week’s highlights, including Mark Zuckerberg’s trip to the Hill, and what is actually going to result from it.Â Plus, how a 72-year-old FIRE icon is reaching Millennials and inspiring them towards financial independence and early retirement.Â Facebook Will Be Regulated â¦ But Likely Not by Congress [Kiplinger] Sum and Substance:Â Facebook […]
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Would you like to learn how to save for retirement? Learning how to save for retirement is how you start preparing for your future. It’s necessary if you don’t want to work for the rest of your life or if you want to do amazing things after you quit working, like traveling or trying new […]
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If you’re thinking about how much is enough for retirement, you’re probably contemplating a retirement and need to know how to pay for it. If you are, that’s good because one of the challenges we face is how we’re going to fund our retirement. Determining then how much retirement savings is enough depends on a …
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The idea behind FIRE is if you can earn more money, live on less, and save and invest the rest, you can cut years â or even decades â off of your working career. Of course, the FIRE movement has its problems. Not everyone can save 50% or more of their income to work toward […]
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Looking for money saving ideas for 2021? I love to help people find new and realistic ways to save money. Learning how to save money helped me pay off my nearly $40,000 student loan debt, and I practiced many of the money saving ideas you’re going to learn about today. I budgeted, cut my bills, […]
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You donât want to work the rest of your life. Hereâs how to save in your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s, even if retirement seems light years away.
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Mint devotees James, 51, and wife, Carol, 43, hope to mark 2018 as the year they achieve what many only dream of accomplishing: retiring early from the daily grind. Heâs a technical manager and sheâs a self-employed real estate agent…
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