Last month I found an extra $504.30, and deposited it directly into my retirement savings account (RRSP). But I didn’t skim this amount off the top of how much I earned. I used an easier (and frankly much more fun) tactic—one that appears obvious in hindsight. The connection between money […]
The average graduate of Harvard Business School makes about $120,000 a year. Neil Pasricha would know—he graduated from the school with an MBA, is now an executive at Wal-Mart, and perhaps most notably, is the acclaimed author of The Book of Awesome. He also has a new book out, which […]
Saving money is basically a way of buying back your own time—and after you add in the powerful effects of compound interest, you quickly realize just how much of your future time and freedom you can buy back with very little cost to you today. I recently got my […]
Money can buy you happiness, but only if used to do things as opposed to simply buy things.
Without a plan to combat lifestyle inflation, you won’t save more as you earn more. Use a rule like the 40/40/15/5 rule to avoid that trap.
There is a movement of people who are retiring decades sooner, mostly by living simpler. This article is about the powerful financial principle behind why they’re able to retire so early.