Best Of The Week

Best of the Week | Volume 2

Best of the Week! Volume 2. Featuring articles I’ve found interesting throughout the week, dug up for your reading pleasure. Hope you enjoy!

These are the best articles, posts, and content I’ve read this week that I think are worth sharing.

Best of the Week, Volume 2, Starts now!


Learning Time vs. Earning Time
Twitter: @lisaduke

Getting a feel for the cyclical activity of the economy helps you anticipate what is coming next.


7 Years of Early Retirement Tax Optimization
Twitter: @GoCurryCracker

2019 was our 7th full year of this thing we do. It’s been an incredible ride – we’ve traveled, adventured, and procreated, with the best yet to come. We’ve also done a fair amount of tax optimization, paying little tax each year while taking steps to minimize future taxes. How effective have we been with … Continue reading


How to Beat a 30-Year Fixed Mortgage
Twitter: @frugalharpy

If you believe in the American Dream, then you probably get pretty excited about home ownership. Who wouldn’t want a home to call their own, a place to lay their head, with ample space to fill up with their cherished possessions? But before you get too excited about getting a loan for that potential purchase, … Continue reading

Path to Financial Independence

Earning More And Spending Less To Achieve Financial Independence, The Order Matters
Twitter: @Accidental_Fire

There are two main factors in building wealth, earning and spending.  It seems a majority of bloggers and influencers in the personal finance space focus heavily on frugality and spending less as a way to accumulate wealth or achieve financial … Continue reading

Money Mistakes

3 Things Making the Joneses Broke and How to Avoid Them Yourself
Twitter: @youravgdough

We’re all guilty of trying to keep up with the Joneses in some way or at some point. I’m here to give you a word of advice. Stop trying to keep up with the Joneses. The Joneses are broke. And here are the 3 things making them broke and how to avoid them yourself. Big … Continue reading


Roth IRA Or 529 Plan To Pay For College: Comparing The Pros And Cons
Twitter: @financialsamura

One of the main questions that has come out of my 529 savings guide by age post is whether to contribute to a Roth IRA or a 529 plan. This is a great question I did not think about because contributing to a Roth IRA is not something I have ever done. Fortunately or unfortunately, … Continue reading

If you want my thought on saving for college, check out Should I Invest in a 529 College Savings Plan?

What did you find interesting this week?

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