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Hiking Through Student Loans and a Career To Financial Freedom

This is a guest post by Millionaire Mob, a blog focused on investing in dividend growth stocks and travel rewards. We have helped thousands of people with bettering their financial future through passive income and dividend investing. Hiking Through Student Loans and a Career to Financial Freedom It was gloomy,

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The Why Of FI

Why Choose FI ? What’s wrong with following the traditional path and retiring at 60? Nothing’s wrong with that! In fact, you can still reach FI and continue to work. FI is simply a life of financial independence–a life without debt, monetary concerns, and over consumption. Everyone has a different

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Life Lessons, IRAs, And Nursing–My Start To FI

There I was on a slow (nurses never say this s-word out loud but it may be okay to type it) night shift scrolling aimlessly through my Facebook feed. Fortunately, the majority of my posts are from ChooseFI, but occasionally I happened to see a few other non-FI posts permeate

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068 | Financial Peace Graduates | What Next? | Andy Hill

What comes after the baby steps and Financial Peace University? Bringing your spouse on board with FI, the benefits of paying off your mortgage, and the next Dave Ramsey steps. What you’ll hear on today’s show: Listen to Brad and Jonathan’s thoughts about this episode here. Links from the show:

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The 10 Pillars Of FI

By now, you’ve all likely heard the Pillars of FI episode where Jonathan and Brad discuss the building blocks of financial independence. For those of you who haven’t–Jonathan sums up the idea of FI nicely: …instead of focusing on buying stuff to make up for my unhappiness, what if I

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Friday Roundup
029R | The Friday Roundup

In today’s Friday Roundup we discuss our key takeaways from Episode 29: The Reluctant Frugalist vs. the Aspiring Minimalist, plus feedback from the audience as well as two of our in-house experts.

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