From my early teens, my mother lectured me on finances, investing, and saving principles. She talked about the power of compound interest, the importance of investing early, and the impact of debt and taxes. I didn’t grasp a lot of what she taught me at first, but over a 20+ year career in IT and continually learning and refining the plan, my wife and I are getting close to achieving (an early) retirement. It’s satisfying to see some of the concepts come to fruition, but I’ve also discovered things I wish I had done sooner or differently. This blog will share articles about different aspects of financial planning and achieving financial independence.
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Disclaimer: I am not a financial planner and content on this site is meant to provide food for thought, not professional advice. I share my experiences to show what worked so far and what didn’t, YMMV. Please consult your financial advisor or tax professional as needed.