This book is the “bible” for the early retirement community, but it’s about more than quitting your day job – it’s about changing your relationship with money and recognizing that money = life energy.
Just as the title says:
A straightforward approach on investment allocations:
If you’re just starting and want an easy-to-read primer (and don’t mind the rather obnoxious title):
To learn more about how to align your investments with your values, while achieving your financial goals:
Really helped us understand why it’s so hard for our brains to make good decisions around spending, and what we can do about it:
This book probably only resonates with a particular type of person, but it really blew open our minds about the possibilities and benefits of financial independence:
If you want to be able to model things like passion project income, big future expenses, and varied spending and savings patterns:
If you want something simple:
If you want a FIRE (financial independence early retirement) calculator:
Complex one: https://engaging-data.com/fire-calculator/
While we’re all for a DIY approach, the reality is that many of us don’t have the time, interest, or confidence to do our own financial planning. And even when we have the skills, there’s benefit to working with an expert third party. Case in point: Even we hire a financial advisor to help us stay objective with our money.
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