Greetings and happy summer to all! Last month I did a podcast interview with one of my favorite bloggers, the Mad Fientist. On his show, we talked about some of my favorite subjects: debt avoidance, hardcore savings, prudent investing, tax minimization, and frugal living. We also talked about how we use geoarbitrage to maximize our savings while also minimizing our expenses. If you haven’t read his blog, you have some summer reading to do. (Yes, this is homework…you are responsible for the material on his blog…it will be on the test!)
If you made your way here via the Mad Fientist website, welcome to my blog. For what it’s worth, this is my take on personal finance, financial independence, and extreme early retirement. I am certainly no guru, but I believe that many of the concepts that we used to build our wealth might also help others looking to find their financial footing. It is my sincere hope that a few of my posts might actually help my fellow teachers improve their finances.
Take a look at some of my posts and let me know what you think. Finally, if you know any educators who might benefit from one of my posts, PLEASE help me spread the word by forwarding it to them. Thanks for reading and I look forward to your questions and comments.
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