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Staying Healthy In Early Retirement

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I never thought staying healthy would be my biggest challenge in early retirement. Before I quit working full time, I thought my biggest challenge would be finance. I figured that we wouldn’t be able to save for retirement anymore and our net worth would slowly decline. Instead, we continue to save over $50,000 per year [...]

How Much Is Your Job Costing You?

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The following article is from Melanie, our staff writer. Melanie is in the beginning phase of her journey to Financial Freedom and she’ll bring a refreshing point of view for us.  Earlier this week, I read an article that really gave me a lot to think about. The piece, Your Lifestyle Has Already Been Designed  hit on [...]

Living In The Sandwich Generation

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Today's article is brought to you by Cindy, our main writer at Midlife Finance. I'm still busy trying to deal with a rental condo, but it should be done this week. I hope you enjoy Cindy's perspective. "I crawled through the cemetery. In the snow," said our seventy-something Mama. She'd stopped to put a rose [...]

The Pros and Cons of Working Less

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Would you work less if you could handle it financially? According to the latest State of Engagement Survey from Gallup, 70% of workers don't like their job. I'd guess that more than 70% of us wouldn't mind spending less time at the office. However, middle income households usually do not have this option because they [...]