If planning for retirement is your primary financial goal, you may be doing it wrong.
Most couples assume sharing money is just part of marriage. But it doesn't have to be.
You might think you know the amount of money you'll need for a comfortable retirement — but you could be basing that off the wrong
Today, as we celebrate, let's take a vow to be financially independent.
Trying to find a job after college can be intimidating enough — forget about getting control of your money. But these five steps make financial independence simple.
You may start out thinking of financial freedom as a number, but eventually, you realize that it's a much more achievable goal if you focus on your state of mind.
Although the process is mostly straightforward, it's always good to remember exactly what it takes to achieve financial independence.
This article has its roots in an article I wrote some time ago that used the terms wage slave and debt peonage—terms that some people objected to. Those making free choices aren't
My goal has always been to work for ten years and then have enough financial freedom to do whatever I want to do. Whenever I tell people this they seem to be rather incredulous an
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