Tidbits for those with FIRE on the horizon: Tax tips, investment strategies, intentional living, business and life advice
A Conversation with a Solo World Traveler
Today I have the pleasure of sharing with you an interview with Mary Derouard, a solo world traveler who at the age of 55 when many of us would be settling for a trip to someplace warm and spending time with family, started traveling the world solo. She's now been to 70 countries and visited 7 continents, and is still exploring new destinations around the world.
How to Stop Being Broke: Change Your Money Mindset
How to Stop Being Broke? Are you tired of living paycheck to paycheck, and having nothing to show for it? You have a good-paying job but still, it's a financial squeeze to get through the month and make ends meet. You want to stop being broke but don't know where to start. More than likely. it's your money mindset that's keeping you broke. Before you can change your money mindset you need to know what exactly it is.
How to Organize Your Tax Documents for Your Accountant
Gone are the days of plunking a shoebox full of receipts on your accountant's desk and saying “call me if you have any questions”. Do this and you will most surely be shown to the door. Continue reading to find out how to organize your tax documents for your accountant.
A Simple Guide to Roth IRAs For Kids and Teens
The last thing on the mind of most kids and teenagers is saving for retirement, but opening a Roth IRA while you're still a student is a great financial strategy. Roth IRAs can be used to save for various other life events other than retirement. They can be used for higher education costs, saving for a down-payment and the purchase of a first home, and can also be used to pay certain medical bills and health insurance premiums when certain conditions apply. In this simple guide to Roth IRAs for kids and teens we'll discuss what is a Roth IRA and if it is right for you or your teenager,…