The Countdown to Freedom App

Good Morning Everyone!


Thanks to Clark Howard, I discovered this cool new App that I wanted to share with all of you that allows you to convert your finanical independence goals into an actual countdown clock!



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We Have It So Good

So, I recently just got back from Bali.

And, I loved it! It’s a beautiful place with beautiful people, but it is also a very impoverished.

Most people there make only $10/day and work 6 days a week. Most will never buy/own a car.

According to Pew Research Center, 18.1% of people in Indonesia are poor, compared to 15% of people globally, and only 1.6% of people in the United States. Continue reading “We Have It So Good”

Don’t Sign Up for Equifax’s Free Credit Monitoring

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Following the massive Equifax data breach that has potentially exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans, I am strongly urging everyone immediately freeze their credit right now!

Credit freezes are one of the most effective ways for consumers to protect themselves against identity theft. Continue reading “Don’t Sign Up for Equifax’s Free Credit Monitoring”

Using T-Mobile Internationally



U.S. cellular carriers are thankfully getting on board with our tendencies and desires to travel the world with our phones, laptops and tablets.

Gone are the days of outrageous pay-per-gigabyte rates, limited roaming carrier agreements and poor options from cell carriers. Now two of the big four U.S. carriers are offering some sort of free international roaming, with the other two coming around to friendlier pricing and fewer restrictions on data usage.

Even prepaid carriers are getting in on the action with some international calling plans. Continue reading “Using T-Mobile Internationally”

Traveling Makes Your Richer

Hi all!

If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram than you know that I just got back from 10 days in Bali (Indonesia)! Feeling a bit jet lagged right now (been up since 3AM), but its all well worth it since Bali was an amazing experience!

Bali is such a beautiful place to relax, unwind, and immerse yourself in a completely different culture and way of life. Continue reading “Traveling Makes Your Richer”

Why, When and How You Should Max Out Your Retirement Accounts

It’s never too late -or too early- to start saving for retirement. If you are just starting to save for retirement, focus on saving as much as you can now. Your biggest asset is time!


But, where to start? What type of retirement accounts should you have?

It can get confusing fast with all the different options, advice and opinions in terms of just where to begin. But, your overall goal is to start saving for retirement asap and work up to maxing out all avaiable retirement accounts.

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What You Need to Know About Your 401(k) Fees

What You Need to Know About Your 401(k):

Your 401(k) Might Be Charging You High Fees and Severely Decreasing Your Returns


You may have already heard or read about both high-profile brokerage firms and employers, such as Edward Jones, Brown University, Delta Airlines, MIT, NYU and Yale, being sued by plan participants and employees for high fees in their 401(k) plans. 

Employees and plan participants are fighting back against high, exorbitant 401(k) fees, and recent lawsuits decisions have proven that the courts are beginning to side with them. Continue reading “What You Need to Know About Your 401(k) Fees”