Personal finance is personal – But how much does an average person need to retire early and happily? For those on a journey to FI (Financial Independence) or FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) this is a question you are very very familiar with. But for those who aren’t, this is something you should be thinking… Continue reading How much, do you actually need to retire early?
Interest rates remain historically low. If you have not refinanced, please do so now! We recently finished up refinancing via an Asset Based Mortgage to save $500 on our total mortgage payment. This was huge for us, especially after Accidentally Retiring. Not only are we now able to save $6,000 a year in total expense,… Continue reading Refinance now to improve your savings rate, cash flow, and overall wealth
Anyone who comes to Accidentally Retired, is probably thinking…how is that possible? Well it is possible. And here are 5 tried and true rules to finding yourself in an accidental retirement situation. Rule 1 – Earn, Save and Automate Everyone already earns, so this is an easy rule. But, where there is usually a huge… Continue reading How to Accidentally Retire; 5 Steadfast Rules to Follow
This is a comprehensive list of the best Net Worth, Financial Independence, and Retirement Calculators & Tools that I could find and test. I have used many of these calculators myself. Personal Capital’s tools cannot be spoken more highly of for managing a budget, investments and tracking net worth. And from time to time, I… Continue reading Best Financial Independence Calculators & Tools
The best of the best on FI, FIRE and more! These are sites that I have personally visited, read and interacted with and can highly recommend. If you would like your site included, or have others to recommend, please contact me. Early Retirement Now: Thorough financial analysis on investing and withdrawal of investments over the… Continue reading Best Websites on Early Retirement & Financial Independence