FAVORITE PERSONAL FINANCE ARTICLES – NOVEMBER 2019
Personal Finance Articles – November That I Had To Share
I am back with some of my favorite personal finance articles – November edition.
As some of you know, I read a whole bunch of personal finance and money management articles (almost) each day. November was no exception. Some I share on my Twitter feed.
The very best of them find their way to my curated monthly list which I share in a post like this one.
Here are my previous monthly article share posts
- Favorite Personal Finance Articles – September 2019
- Favorite Personal Finance Articles – October 2019
Let’s have a look at my favorite personal finance articles – November.
Your Curated Personal Finance Articles – November
Financial Independence versus Financial Freedom (Physician on Fire)
Are the terms Financial Independence and Financial Freedom the same? Can they be used interchangeably?
“The two terms are similar, but represent distinctly different concepts’ says Physician on Fire. Read his article to know exactly how these differ.
How We Saved $100k in 2 Years on Teacher Salaries (Trip Of A Lifestyle)
Think it is difficult to save $100,000 in 2 years? How about doing that on two teacher salaries. Steven and Lauren did just that!
There is so much that all of us can learn from their incredible story. Go read.
What You Need to Know About Retirement Income Planning (The Money Mix)
One of the biggest challenges people have is how to start planning for retirement. They are never quite sure.
In this article, Fred Leamnson gives you a framework of how to go about figuring it out. Find out if you are on the right track.
I Wanted The Inside Scoop On How To Retire (Baby Boomer Super Saver)
Once you have your retirement income figured out you need to start taking steps to actually prepare yourself.
Kathy tells you exactly what you need to do so that you are ready for retirement, and when to do what. She has drawn out a reverse timeline to help you sail towards your retirement day.
Why 40s is the PERFECT time to pursue FIRE (Late Starter Fire)
If you think that the 40s may be too late to aim for FIRE, think again. Latestarterfire explains why people in their 40s are not late to the party.
10 Fun Hobbies to Make Money for Retirement (Baby Boomer Super Saver)
For those who are looking at ways to keep them busy after retirement while still being able to bring in the moolah, here are 10 fun hobbies to help you do just that.
Other articles on my blog that you may want to read
- How I made $1000 driving (without Uber or Lyft)
- Your monthly money-saving guide – November
- Chic, budget-friendly DIY Christmas gift ideas that people will love.
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