Status anxiety is the enemy of financial independence. Here’s some high-calibre ammo to help you FIRE back.
Be careful writing to company bosses. You might just get what you ask for.
Brain food to sustain fellow FIRE travellers who are starting to flag.
Consumerism isn’t all that, plus the rest of the weeks good reads…
The Casper mattress offers an excellent night’s sleep at a great price, and we both are £50 better off if you buy via my link!
I lived like a well-off student doing a Masters degree for about 20 years past the date on that lifestyle packet. It saved me a fortune!
The Rule of 300 is a quick and dirty shortcut to estimating how much money you’ll need saved to meet your income needs.
Our writer on (and nearly in) retirement goes back to school without leaving his home office…
Group buying sites like Groupon can offer great deals on budget holidays.
There’s plenty of nice things money can buy, but there are also lots of things where more money makes no difference.
Happy Christmas, and a few book ideas that could make it even happier.
Martin Lewis is giving millions to charity, and I think there are lessons in how he’s doing it for everyone…
You can give your credit card a break by giving less expensive presents, but there’s a catch – they need to *mean* more…
Don’t just buy insurance blindly — think about what you really can afford to lose.
Do you save too much because your in thrall the compound interest? Even Warren Buffett had that problem, but he’s seen the light.
By smartly slaloming through the system, you can pick up special offers and free coins like Super Mario gobbling power-ups.