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Building Wealth

8 Millionaire Habits that Will Feed Your FIRE

I love this quote by Jim Rohn because it boils down success to its very core. It is, of course, applicable to personal finance and the reason why some people create wealth and become millionaires, while others do not. So, what it is it that makes all the difference? Habits. Habits are the fuel...

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...

Early Retirement

8 non-ridiculous principles of early retirement

What if I told you that the principles of early retirement aren’t nearly as “extreme” as they may sound? If your goal is to retire early, you’ve probably already discovered this remarkable truth. My wife and I retired from full-time...

Financial Independence

How a Side Hustle Business Can Get You to Financial Independence in 10 Years

I’ve been writing about financial independence (FI) for many years now. More recently as I’ve dived deeper into the subject (i.e. retired and started a new blog) I’ve been considering the impact of a side hustle on FI. The bottom line:...

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...

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...

General Finance

It’s Time To Get Uncomfortable

When we sold our house and parted ways with my 9-5, I struggled with what to call this crazy adventure. Was it a sabbatical, a mini-retirement, a break, a cleanse, an experiment, or maybe something completely different? I settled on...

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...

General Finance

Why Households Need To Earn $300,000 A Year To Live A Middle Class Lifestyle Today

Let me tell you a sad story. In order to comfortably raise a family in an expensive coastal city like San Francisco or New York, you’ve got to make at least $300,000 a year. You can certainly raise a family earning less as many do, but it won’t...

General Finance

The Bubble That Could Ruin Your Retirement

This week is Bear Week. My Sons Father introduced me to bear week. Those that know me know that I am always a bit bearish. A copy of The Bear Dance hangs in my office and I’m probably in the minority with a framed stock certificate of Lehman...

Rockstar Content

Rockstar Content – The new side of Rockstar Finance

Rockstar Finance is known for curating the best personal finance articles from around the Internet. Our mission is to find the best, share the best and provide focused and unique value within the personal finance community. Today, we are officially...

Blog, Early Retirement

★ The History of F.I.R.E

A few weeks ago I connected with an OG in the early retirement space, who goes by the name of Early Retirement Dude. We got to talking about the history of FIRE (Or FI/ER as the old schoolers call it, which stands for Financial Independence / Early...

Blog, General Finance

★ Why We Share Our Net Worth So Openly

Please welcome Mr. 1500 Days today, as he stops by to drop some knowledge on net worth and why our community is so open to sharing theirs. Is the guy driving the fancy car wealthy? When I was a kid, I thought so. And I thought the same about my...

Blog, Building Wealth, General Finance

★ 38 Money Tips from the Rockstar Community

When no one talks about money, everyone sucks at it. When everyone sucks at money, no one wants to talk about it. And when people do talk about money, everyone gets better at it. When everyone is better with their money, they are more likely to talk...

Blog, General Finance

★ The Cars of Personal Finance Bloggers

If you’ve ever been curious to see what financial bloggers drive, today’s your lucky day :) Big thanks to MP from MustachianPost.com for putting this together! Since I was young, I’ve been passionate about cars. It must have...

Blog, Building Wealth, Early Retirement

★ Ancestry of a F.I.R.E. Seeker

Please welcome Stuart from EpicQuiver.com today, who shares with us the fascinating history of two amazing women in his family. A few weeks ago, I was sharing my net worth with J$, which includes a unique family inheritance of over a million...

Blog, Building Wealth, General Finance

★ 12 Hidden Money Lessons in Hip Hop

  I love talking about money. Spreadsheets? Passive income? Optimizing retirement accounts? Pull up a chair, because I’m IN and boy, have I got things to say. If you’re reading this, you’re also probably kind of obsessed with talking...

Blog, General Finance

★ What Was Your Money Epiphany?

The first time my wife and I did a monthly budget, I was shocked by what I saw. I had guessed that we spent $100 eating out the month before. I was wrong. Way wrong. We had spent $450!! Okay budget, you have my full attention now, teach me your...

Blog, General Finance

★ Why You Should Love Money! [Music Video]

Hey kids! Welcome back to Teaching Tots! Today we’re going to learn about something called… personal finance! That’s right! The way you take care of your money. That’s the intro to this hilarious music video put together by...

Blog, General Finance

★ What’s in Your Golden Circle?

Please welcome special guest Joe Mihalic of No More Harvard Debt today! Hello, my frugal friends. It’s been four years and one month since I paid off my loans after getting my MBA from Harvard. I destroyed $90k of student debt in seven months by...

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