Tagged: retirement

Early Retirement Musings – Is It Worth It? 22

Early Retirement Musings – Is It Worth It?

I have been thinking about early retirement a lot lately. Upon first glance, you might read that sentence as an indication that I am looking for an escape from my current day-to-day grind. On...

Tracking Your Net Worth 23

Tracking Your Net Worth

Today’s guest post is from a fellow superhero. Michael is the creator of Super Millennial. He teaches people how to evaluate their financial situation, simplify money management & automate their investments to reach their...

Is $1 Million Really Enough? Redefining the Dream 28

Is $1 Million Really Enough? Redefining the Dream

As a child, I spent a lot of time with my Grandma and Grandpa. They reached retirement shortly after my birth, and both of my parents worked full-time jobs. During the summer months, I...

Five Reasons Why Everyone Should Have a Budget 6

Five Reasons Why Everyone Should Have a Budget

A few weeks ago, I was lamenting the cost of graduate school with a friend over coffee. I commented that I had no idea why so many people were willing to go back to...

The Car Lease – The Devastating Costs of Luxury 13

The Car Lease – The Devastating Costs of Luxury

Yesterday, while driving around town to complete errands in my fuel-efficient, three-year-old Hyundai Sonata, I found myself waiting at a lengthy stop light. Naturally, the wait annoyed me to some degree, as I was the...

No April Fool – Lessons from Finance Superhero Grandpa 4

No April Fool – Lessons from Finance Superhero Grandpa

In my last post, I mentioned that my grandfather, whom I always called Grandpa, was my first Finance Superhero. When making financial decisions, I often ask myself, “What would Grandpa do?” It seems fitting...