Financial Independence (sometimes called “FIRE” for Financial Independence/Retire Early) is all about taking control of your finances and building a nest egg that can support you regardless of your employment status.
My wife and I have been working towards financial independence for several years.
These posts are all about how to reduce spending and increasing your portfolio without reducing your enjoyment of life.
How much protein do you need? And how much does it cost you? I try to cut through all of the noise in this post.
March 14th, also styled as 3/14 or 3.14 is a special day for math nerds. To celebrate I made a plethora of pi day memes for a good laugh.
This post explains how to measure your domestic hot water use. Knowing how much hot water you use can help you size your next water heater.
The 72(t) SEPP rule (Substantially Equal Periodic Payments) allows you to access money from the TSP early. I explain how to use TSP SEPP for early withdrawals.
How to modify your electric hot water heater to save money by using an electric timer for off peak use with TOU metering.
Government Worker FI turns 3 years old. Check out this post for a behind the scenes look at how far the blog has grown this past year.
The FIRE movement is filled with people that DIY their finances. But I doubted our plan so met with a CPA. Here's what I learned.