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Reprise – Where You Live Matters A Lot for Your FI

  This is a reprise of something I posted over the summer.  I heard something on the WSJ podcast on the same topic last week and thought that I’d revisit the issue. What you’ll need for a comfortable retirement is, … Continue reading

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Reprise – Twenty Years of Hard Labor – What I’ve Learned About Investing

This is a post I put up a few months back.  It is timely in that I’ve had this discussion with several friends and acquaintances over the last couple of weeks.  Enjoy! I did some interesting research a couple of … Continue reading

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Fear Loses to Critical Thinking Every Time

When I was younger I used to love to travel.  I am fortunate to have had the opportunity in my life to do some extensive international travel (again, mostly when I was younger).  However, with the frequency of terrorist attacks … Continue reading

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Easy Access to Resources

Greetings FIRE Fans! You may not know that I keep an aggregation page for several Blogs in the FIRE realm.  Click here to access the page.  I’ll try to keep it updated so you can have one stop to see … Continue reading

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Where You Live Can Matter A Lot For Your Financial Independence

What you’ll need for a comfortable retirement is, of course, dependent on what your expenses in retirement are and what assets you have available to meet those expenses.  Volumes have been written on that subject alone (I have, and will … Continue reading

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