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Reach Your Goals Together

The following is a guest post from Mr. Xyz from Our Financial Path. We met about 4 years ago and from day one, it was love at first sight. We have a lot in common and enjoy spending time together but what quickly found out, is that we had very different finances. […]

Reach Your Goals Together

The following is a guest post from Mr. Xyz from Our Financial Path. We met about 4 years ago and from day one, it was love at first sight. We have a lot in common and enjoy spending time together but what quickly found out, is that we had very different finances. […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of Aug 28

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money wonders if travel hacking is worth it. Financial Samurai suggests you conform or perish. Picky Pinchers hates 9-to-5. Budgets are Sexy asks if you're saving like the Titanic. Money Boss is enjoying his time freedom. My purchase of the week is Pro Packing Cubes - 6 Piece Lightweight Trave Cube Set - Organizers and Compression Po […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of Aug 28

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money wonders if travel hacking is worth it. Financial Samurai suggests you conform or perish. Picky Pinchers hates 9-to-5. Budgets are Sexy asks if you're saving like the Titanic. Money Boss is enjoying his time freedom. My purchase of the week is Pro Packing Cubes - 6 Piece Lightweight Trave Cube Set - Organizers and Compression Po […]

Starting a Small Business: From Idea to Reality

The following post is from FMF contributor Brad Richardson. Do you have a brilliant idea you’ve always wanted to turn into business? Whatever your product or service, transforming it into a reality may be a more straightforward prospect than you think. […]

Five Ways to Cut Retirement Costs

CNN Money lists five ways to cut retirement costs as follows: 1. Downsize your living space2. Give up a vehicle3. Enroll in Medicare on time4. Dine at home5. Lower your tax bill Here's where I stand on each of these: We haven't downsized yet since our kids are still at home, but we could one day. […]

What Happens When You Retire Without Enough Savings?

The following post is from FMF contributor Eric Olesen. According to a survey done in 2012 by the EBRI (Employee Benefit Research Institute), most of the Americans approaching retirement age don’t have the savings that would allow them to do just that. Only 22% of working people aged 55 or older reported having saved as much as $250,000, and this isn’t thought to be enough for a traditional reti […]

What Happens When You Retire Without Enough Savings?

The following post is from FMF contributor Eric Olesen. According to a survey done in 2012 by the EBRI (Employee Benefit Research Institute), most of the Americans approaching retirement age don’t have the savings that would allow them to do just that. Only 22% of working people aged 55 or older reported having saved as much as $250,000, and this isn’t thought to be enough for a traditional reti […]

Star Money Articles for the Week of Aug 21

Welcome to this week's edition of Star Money Articles. ESI Money interviews someone with $5 million. High Income Parents does a money exam. Centsibly Rich tells how to save money gardening. Retirement Manifesto lists the three enemies of FIRE. Physician on Fire discusses second generation fire. My purchase of the week is a Minus33 Merino Wool Men's Lightweight Short Sleeve Crew. […]