One of the easiest ways to build wealth is by investing in a “lazy” portfolio.
This post share some interesting numbers and charts that highlight the individual and household income distributions in the U.S.
With stock markets at all-time highs, it’s tempting to wait until prices drop to invest. However, historical data tells us that’s a bad idea.
Here are the three types of income that you can use to build wealth along with the benefits and drawbacks of each.
Your liquid net worth can be an important metric to know. Here’s how (and why) to calculate it.
Here are 19 examples of income producing assets that you can invest in to build wealth.
A simple explanation of the difference between HCOL and LCOL areas along with financial pros and cons of living in each type of area.
A summary of the big ideas taught in Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad.
Reddit can be a useful resource for learning about money. Here are 9 personal finance lessons I’ve learned on the platform over the years.
A complete guide to VTSAX, the total stock market index fund offered by the investment platform Vanguard.
Here is the important difference between living stingy and living frugally as a means to achieve financial independence.
Some useful money lessons they don’t teach you in school.
A guide to my favorite retirement calculator FIRECalc.