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Renting vs. Buying: The Math Behind The Decision

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https://michaeldinich.net - The following is a guest post from Accidental FIRE. He is an outdoor adventurer and teacher who lived a mostly frugal life only to find out “accidentally” that he was financially independent before he knew it was a thing. He practices and preaches the principle of stoicism and believes many can achieve financial independence by […]
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Earth Day: 5 Unique Money Saving Tips To Help Save The Environment

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https://michaeldinich.net -   Today is Earth Day!  Since 1970, people around the globe have come together to promote environmental awareness. I am excited to be sharing with you some money saving ideas that can help the environment. I am also thrilled that so many of my fellow bloggers have decided to join me in offering “green” advice. Please take […]
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Star Wars: Financial Wisdom of Grand Admiral Thrawn

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https://michaeldinich.net - Today is May 4th Star Wars Day There are many articles online about financial lessons that can be learned from Star Wars. What makes this one different? Well, it’s the one article to rule them all (sorry wrong franchise). Today we’re not going to be talking about tired Yoda or Luke quotes (sorry gentleman), instead we […]
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The Lies She Told: 9 Ways To Know When Financial Opinion Doesn’t Equal Truth Or Experience.

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http://michaeldinich.net - I had an interesting experience in a blogger networking group and it has encouraged me to write this post. I may ruffle some feathers and lose some ‘friends’, however, if I save one person from bad advice I will consider it a win. “The truth or falsehood of all of man’s conclusions, inferences, thought and […]The post The Lies She Told: 9 Ways To Know When Financial Opinion Doesn’t Equal Truth Or Experience. appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Are You Ready For FIRE or Just Kidding Yourself?

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http://michaeldinich.net - This post was inspired by a lively discussion on Reddit. What I have to share on the topic may seem controversial or critical; however, my reason for sharing this is to help you be successful in your goals.  The FIRE Movement An interesting development over the last several years has been the Financial Independence/Retire Early […]The post Are You Ready For FIRE or Just Kidding Yourself? appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Earth Day: Unique Money Saving Tips To Help Save The Environment

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

http://michaeldinich.net - Today is Earth Day! Since 1970 people around the globe have come together to promote enviormental awareness. I am excited to be sharing with you money saving ideas that can help the enviroment. I am also thrilled that so many of my fellow bloggers have decided to join me in offering “green” advice. Please take […]

The Bubble That Could Ruin Your Retirement And Wreck Your Financial Goals

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http://michaeldinich.net - 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 Brothers. I anticipated my bear week post to come to me quite naturally and quickly. However, always the contrarian I decided to take the path less traveled rather than the easy path laid out in front of me.

Hack For Safety and Return: The Unicorn of Saving Vehicles

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http://michaeldinich.net - Saving for anything can be difficult. It takes dedication, persistence, and consistency. On top of that, it is challenging to determine the best place to keep your money that will yield the highest return. You hear and see countless advice on the best savings vehicles. How is it possible to understand what is real and […]

Early Retirement: Living Frugally as a Full-Time Nomad

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http://michaeldinich.net - This week my guest post comes from Trin and Bonnie creators of 43BlueDoors. In 2016, her and her husband decided to retire early and travel the world. Here is her story and a few tips for doing the same. I thought about naming this article “How to save money by putting a water bottle in your […]

Introducing Bear Week: Your Guide To Surviving The Next Bear Market Or Stock Market Correction

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http://michaeldinich.net - The following is a guest post from the blogger My Sons Father, who is on a journey to preserve his life experience for his children and reach Financial Independence. April is Financial Literacy Month, and My Sons Father is launching Bear Week. Many bloggers began writing their blogs after March of 2009, and may not […]

Can I Pursue Financial Independence AND Live in a Nice House? 

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http://michaeldinich.net - The guest post below was written by Michelle, the creator of Operation Husband Rescue. She is a stay at home mom on a mission to rescue her husband from his 9-5 grind. Make sure to follow her journey to financial independence. There’s a lot of talk in the financial independence/early retirement community regarding buying a new...

Are you a (FIRE) or a (FIE)?

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http://michaeldinich.net - The following is a guest post from Financial Journeyman, the creator of K.I.S.S. approach to handling your finances. This post was inspired by a conversation we had about reaching financial independence and early retirement. From one early retirement seeker to another, we found common ground on the topic below. There are many personal finance blogs out there.