esi Author

ESI is the owner of <a href="https://rockstarfinance.com/">Rockstar Finance</a> and writes at <a href="https://esimoney.com/">ESI Money</a>, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). He's an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence, shares what’s worked for him, and details how others can implement those successes in their lives. He is also the author of a free ebook titled <a href="https://esimoney.com/three-steps-financial-independence-ebook/">Three Steps to Financial Independence</a> and spends a lot of his time <a href="https://esimoney.com/category/millionaires/">interviewing millionaires</a>.

Blogger Interview: The Financial Journeyman

Welcome to our latest interview with a great money blogger! As always, our questions are in bold italics and the interviewee’s...

Bloggers

Money Match-Up

Money Match-Up: Career Versus Side Hustle

Here’s the latest post in the Rockstar Finance Money Match-Up series where two money bloggers argue opposite sides of an issue. Today’s issue pits working to grow your career versus taking the time and developing a side hustle. Which is better? We’ll begin the debate with The...

Money Match-Up

Money Match-Up: 15-Year Mortgage Versus 30-Year Mortgage

Today is the first in a new series here at Rockstar Finance called Money Match-Up. This series will introduce financial topics and allow two money bloggers to argue opposite sides of the issue. From there you can decide which option you think is better or even join the fray yourself in the...

Saving Money

5 Money-Saving Challenges That Actually Work

The following is a guest post from Irina Vasilescu, a personal finance writer and the content manager behind DontPayFull.com, one of the fast growing coupon sites that helps people save money. We all know about a lot of things we ought to do but struggle to get around to. Saving money is one of...

Bloggers

Blogger Interview: The College Investor

Welcome to our latest interview with a great money blogger! As always, our questions are in bold italics and the interviewee’s responses follow in black. With that said, let’s get started… Determining Strategy and Overview Please tell us a bit about yourself and your site....

General Finance, Other

Trinity Study in Another Dimension

The following is a guest post from the Actuary on Fire. When you come to retire, how much of your nest egg will you spend each year? 4%? Right, I get it, you’ve done your homework on the ‘Trinity Study’ that originated the ‘4% Rule’. But have you looked at the Trinity Study from another...

Bloggers

Blogger Interview: PT Money

Welcome to our latest interview with a great money blogger! As always, our questions are in bold italics and the interviewee’s responses follow in black. With that said, let’s get started… Determining Your Strategy and Overview Please tell us a bit about yourself and your site....

Reviews

Rockstar Review: Lex on Track Identity Theft Protection Tool (Combining Identity Protection with Credit Repair)

This is part of our Rockstar Reviews series and is sponsored by Lexington Law. All Rockstar Reviews include affiliate links to the companies being featured. Thank you to all those who support our site by going through them when you find them helpful! Be sure to check out all previous products...

Giveaways

Rockstar Finance Your Money or Your Life Book Giveaway

Now that we have finished our Your Money or Your Life Traveling Book Review, what do you say we give away some books? Sounds like fun, right? Grant from Millennial Money (who has been helping with the new Your Money or Your Life site) was so kind to offer to give away 10 copies of …...

Bloggers

Blogger Interview: Life and My Finances

The Rockstar Finance community encompasses two distinct audiences, and today, we are debuting a new interview series designed for both. On one hand, we have thousands of personal finance readers who love to read great money content from all over the web. On the other hand, we have over 1,500...