What is motivating you to reach financial independence? Jamila Souffrant knew she had to pursue a better financial future for her family after enduring a 4 hour commute to work one day. Check out our exclusive interview with her to learn more about she saved $169,000 in two years, launched a popular podcasts, and helps other people achieve financial independence.
What if you could invest in real estate, pay off all your debt, save more money, then reach financial independence all within 10 years? Reshawn and Rob from Learn Hustle Grow have used their real estate savvy to do just this. Check out our interview with them to learn more about their investment strategies and how they reached FIRE in their 40s.
You can contribute to your child’s college fund or 529 savings plan in a variety of ways. Your family can also make contributions to help the balance grow. Learn where to start and how college savings plans really work in this post. Remember it’s never too early to start saving.
Want to tackle student loans so you can get rid of your debt once and for all? Taking the right steps before, during, and after college can help minimize loans and help you become debt free. Learn our tips and tricks for tackling student debt.
Chris Hogans’ book, Everyday Millionaires can be motivating to anyone seeking financial independence. Check out these 5 key steps to becoming a millionaire.
You can still be financially savvy and travel around the world. Danielle Desir has traveled to over 24 countries while continuing to build wealth and explains how she does it in this interview.
Hiring a property manager can help you manage your rental property even when you’re not there. Check out this guide for tips on finding one.
Kendra Barnes, an expert real estate investor, shares how you can build wealth with rental property and start earning passive income.
Health insurance important for everyone because you can never predict your health. Losing or leaving your job can make that difficult, in addition to moving overseas. UNderstand the basics of navigating health care without a job to provide your insurance.
Naseema McElroy of Financially Intentional shares her story of paying off $1,000,000 in debt and becoming intentional about her money and finances. Now she spends her free time trying to help others discover how money can improve your life and not just run it.