It’s Friday, which means it’s time to estimate our weekend spending. Since Monday is Presidents’ Day, you can either estimate a long weekend of spending or a short one. We’ll be doing the check-in on […]
March 14, 2019Comments Off on What Is The Cheapest Tax Software for 2019?
If you don’t qualify to file your taxes for free, what’s the next best option? We’ll compare prices and features below to help you find the cheapest tax software. There are five major tax preparation […]
Happy Money vs Unhappy Money Following our posts last week on mental accounting, here’s another concept I recently came across that you’ll probably love or hate depending on how emotional/logical you are 😉 (But you […]
March 15, 2019Comments Off on Good books to help you stay the course to Financial Independence – and beyond
It’s been nearly three years since I last talked about financial independence (FI). I’ve been keeping my head down because The Investor threatened to send the boys round to give me a lesson in volatility […]
March 15, 2019Comments Off on Our updated guide to help you find the best online broker
Okay, UK investors, after taking the pain of creating a whopping great comparison guide to the UK’s leading online brokers, we’ve once again returned to the battlefield to fully update it. Eating a bag of […]
Hello! Here is a guest post from Melissa Brock about her decision on whether or not to pay off her mortgage. Melissa is the Money editor at Benzinga and founder of Collegemoneytips.com. Enjoy! My husband [...]
April 9, 2019Comments Off on What is a sustainable withdrawal rate for a world portfolio?
Note: We’ve been having a few technical SNAFUs in the past few days, which included emailing an unfinished draft of this article at the weekend. Apologies! Heads would roll if they weren’t our heads… The [...]