Category Archives: Guest Post

Guest Post: 7 Misconceptions About the 4 Percent Rule

I think about numbers almost every waking hour. Yes, I’m a nerd. I’ll bet you wouldn’t know it from looking at me. On second thought, maybe you would: Numbers I think about include my weight, the price of various stocks, my … Continue reading

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The Best Real Estate Strategies For Early Retirement

Good morning everyone! I’m on an international adventure right now, so Ask the Readers will return next week. Today, my friend Chad Carson steps in. Chad is an accomplished fellow and someone you should pay attention too. He was a division … Continue reading

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Adventures in Live-In Flipping

Today, I’m guest posting over on Coach Carson. I encourage you to go visit him, but if you’d like to read my best life advice and the story of how I met Chad first, read on. No one has ever … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Fear of Financial Independence

Today is a guest post from by buddy Eric over at EricBowlin.com. I loved Eric’s story at first read. By the age of 30, he had created a mini real estate empire and became financially independent. He also knows how … Continue reading

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Reader Guest Post: Todd, a Man of Many Hats

I usually don’t do much in the way of guest posts, but reader Todd wrote a fun little diddy that I can’t help but publish. Todd may be the master of delayed gratification (what are you on Todd and can I … Continue reading

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Around the Web

Quick post today to let you know about some of the other places I’ve been popping up around the web: The Mrs. and I were interviewed on Farnoosh Torabi’s So Money podcast . I used to be terrified of interviews, … Continue reading

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Creativity, Caskets and Fried Green Grasshoppers

The reading of all good books is like conversation with the finest minds of past centuries. –Rene Descartes When you get married, you have to choose the best [spouse] you can find that will have you. The rest of life … Continue reading

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10 Guidelines to Financial Independence with Gen Y Finance Guy

Today’s post comes from Dominic, the Gen Y Finance Guy. Gen Y is one of the blogger who I’ve been fortunate enough to meet in person. At the end of 2015 in San Diego, Gen Y and I discussed plans to take over … Continue reading

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The Day I got a 401(k) Tattoo on my…

As if you couldn’t tell from the title, I’m a big fan of 401(k)s. Contributing to a 401(k) should come before all other investments for most. A 401(k) cuts the tax bill and allows for money to grow tax free. Many employers … Continue reading

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Tawcan’s Incredible Travel Plans

There are many things that I look forward to after Mrs. 1500 and I leave our jobs. Near the top of the list is extensive travel. In our current lives, vacations consist of one week of running around like crazy … Continue reading

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