If you are new to the Retire By 40, here are some good posts to start with. See my video first though.
Free Financial Planning and Portfolio Checkup. When was the last time you had a thorough portfolio checkup? Personal Capital is a great site for investors. Check out my review.
Best Online Saving Account. 1.05% interest rate is much better than a local bank can provide.
Read About My Favorite Retirement Calculator: FIRECalc. I like this stock market simulator much more than the usual retirement calculator.
How to retire early and some motivational posts.
I did it. I quit my job!
The Retire By 40 Movement. Are you around 40 years old? If you are not happy with your life, you need to do something about it.
3 Easy Steps To Retire By 40. It’s best to start early if you want to leave your day job by the time you’re 40.
Why I gave up my engineering career and a six figures salary. The paychecks were great, but the job wasn’t a good fit for me anymore.
Go It Alone – Pondering quitting the day job and becoming self employed.
Should I rethink Retire By 40? - I guest posted at Get Rich Slowly and had many dissenting comments about my plan to retire early.
What’s Your Motivation? – Here I share my motivation for early retirement.
What’s Your Ultimate Goal? – What do you want for the future you? More money, more power, or just more time to enjoy life?
How to Retire By 40 – My roadmap to early retirement.
Why I want to be a Stay At Home Dad – Read why I’d rather change diaper than working in a cubicle.
How to start making Passive Income – Passive income is a must for any kind of retirement. Here are a few ways to get started.
4 plex first 3 months report – We acquired a 4 plex last year and the first 3 months wasn’t great. In 2012, we are getting positive cash flow and I’ll have to write an update soon.
P2P lending for extra retirement income – I’m dabbling in person to person lending to generate some extra income. It’s going well so far, but we’ll see if it works out in the long run.
Our monthly Cash Flow report. See how we are doing in the cash flow department. When I quit my day job, we’ll be living paycheck to paycheck for a while. I have been keeping track of the cash flow for over a year and we have been mostly successful in making one paycheck work.
Should you invest in 401(k) or Roth IRA?
Saving and being Frugal
Stay at home dad