Planning for your retirement is paramount, but sometimes it's hard to find motivation. Here are a few questions for thought, and some staggering statistics. What financial path are you on?
In part 2 of our series, we're diving into our budget categories looking for ways to reduce expenses. Find some valuable suggestions on areas budget categories to save money!
In part 1 of 3, we'll take a look at how budgeting gives you the freedom to spend! Part 1 of the series addresses the purpose of a budget and identifying budget categories.
It's time for another budget evaluation because we've had some extra expenses present themselves in the past few months. Join us on our journey to FIRE!
Going on a quick trip soon? Take a few of our travel tips with you to help you save some cash!
Hi Pocketchangers! Mrs. Pocketchange has another post for you, but real quick - we hit our first FI goal! On to the next! - Mr. Pocketchange Have you heard about class action lawsuits? You've probably heard of them in the news, but did you know there are websites where you can submit a claim in … Continue reading Mrs. Pocketchange’s Tips: Settlement Claims!
The journey to Financial Independence will be long but rewarding. Today we look at our FIRE number and our expected arrival date!
Hi Pocket Changers! My oh my, July flew by! Granted, we’ve been busy working on a ton of projects at home, but still, we are closing in on the end of the year! Our life is starting to settle back down into some sort of normalcy I think. As you may have noticed, the blog … Continue reading July FI Progress
Hi Pocket Changers! We’ve been discussing Financial Independence for a couple months now. I figure, by this point you’re shaking your head unconvinced that financial independence will work for you for any number of reasons. Or, perhaps you’re chalking this up to some sort of fad, or you are interested but don’t know where to start. … Continue reading Taking Back Your Income
The fun part of house-buying has begun! We’re in the process of buying our first home — and attempting to do so while not blowing our budget out of the water. Thankfully, the home is pretty move-in-ready. We’ll still paint and do a few small side projects, but overall, the pre-moving part won’t including fixing a … Continue reading 4 Ways to Furnish a New Home on a Budget