May, 2018 Archive

Rockstar Review: Education Loan Finance – Student Loan Refinancing with ELFI

This is part of our Rockstar Reviews series and is sponsored by Education Loan Finance. All Rockstar Reviews include affiliate links to...

Callouts - Second Row, Reviews

May 31st, 2018 Features

★ Avoiding the Recency Bias trap ★ Stop Saying You Don’t Earn Enough to Retire a Millionaire ★ Money Lessons Learned From My First Job ★ 14 Financial Experts Share Their Advice For “Life After Debt” Steve A.Steve handles the operational side of Rockstar by keeping the systems running...

Early Retirement

Stop Saying You Don’t Earn Enough to Retire a Millionaire

By: Chris Peach We need to save more money, people. Period. Recently I heard about a lady in her late 60s getting ready to retire. She had worked her entire life and was getting ready start the next chapter called Retirement. Good for her, right? Everyone is going to retire someday, and she had...

Financial Independence

FIRE. RIP. 2014-2018

By: Tawcan When I created Tawcan.com, the sole purpose was to chronicle our journey for financial independence and joyful life. I wanted to share my knowledge with like-minded people. I could have just focused on writing articles about money and personal finance. But I didn’t. Right from the...

May 30th, 2018 Features

★ What I Won’t Teach My Daughter About Hard Work ★ FIRE. RIP. 2014-2018 ★ My 9 biggest investing mistakes – How to avoid them! ★ Many Mothers Mothered Me Steve A.Steve handles the operational side of Rockstar by keeping the systems running smoothly, social media accounts active and...

May 29th, 2018 Features

★ Job Hopping Helped Me More Than Double My Salary—and My Skills ★ Work Until 70? The Riskiest Retirement Plan ★ Money, Greed and Blood: A Peruvian Potato-Field War ★ Is what you want really what you actually want? Steve A.Steve handles the operational side of Rockstar by keeping the...

Building Wealth

Job Hopping Helped Me More Than Double My Salary—and My Skills

By: Erin Lowry In the six years since I graduated from college, I’ve held four jobs—a fact which technically makes me a job hopper. (For the record, it’s also expanded my network and padded my wallet… but more on that later.) “Job hopper” is a term often synonymous with...

Building Wealth

Create your own basic income before it’s too late

By: Birds of a FIRE FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) can be thought of as basic income. Once you build up your nest egg and let it ride in the market, you’ll have enough to not work again. Universal Basic Income means that the government or some other entity hands you money just...

May 28th, 2018 Features

★ Less Rocks, More Stocks. How College Failed Me ★ Create your own basic income before it’s too late ★ Money Is…? ★ How Driving A Tesla Saves Me Money Steve A.Steve handles the operational side of Rockstar by keeping the systems running smoothly, social media accounts active and...

Saving Money

Should you run away from expensive cities?

By: Prosperly Way One of the most common conversation topics in NYC is housing. Which neighborhood you want to move to, how small your apartment is, how much your rent bill increased this year, how to avoid paying a broker fee…the list goes on and on. Since I have lived in both low-cost and...