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Happiness

Twenties Thirties Forties Fifties

Does Money Buy Happiness? Sure Does, but not in the way you think.

The pursuit of happiness is a path riddled with potential missteps. You must truly understand how best to utilize money and the most valuable resource it can purchase. It’s not the house, fancy cars, exotic vacations, gadgets, designer clothing, or anything similar that will bring you lasting joy. I’m fairly certain, everyone will agree that this is the best investment money can buy.
Twenties Thirties Forties Fifties Sixties Elderly

Compare YOUR Cost of Living vs the Average American

Discover Runaway Expenses by comparing your cost of living to the average American. I’m walking through an exercise using data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics with my daughter. We are going to compare our family’s expenses versus the averages from the Consumer Expenditure Survey. Go through the steps yourself and find areas of opportunity to cut costs or even reveal a philosophical vulnerability, as I did.
Teenagers Twenties

What Should I Major in to Become Financially Independent Quickly

Every college applicant will ask themselves, “What Should I Major In?” Here is a practical method that some have used to go from minimum wage to over SIX figures in just 3 years. A degree with significant return on investment is one way to fast track Financial Independence.
Twenties Thirties Forties Fifties

Dark Side of Rental Properties – A Landlord’s Horror Story

Becoming a landlord and investing in rental properties was the worst mistake I've ever made financially.  My story will scare you into thinking twice about trying to become the next "Donald" of your town.
Kids Teenagers Twenties Thirties Forties Fifties Sixties Elderly

Discover theFIway and Achieve Financial Independence

I want to share with you a life changing discovery that eluded me for decades. You can actually achieve financial independence rather simply with enough knowledge. Most parents don’t realize it or fail to pass along the methods to the next generation. Let’s fix that!