Some readers may be a disappointed to hear that I’ve resolved to go back to work in a few months. On its face, it would appear to be against my core principles of freedom and also contrary to my goal of living a simple,
Got kids and an above-average income? That’s great! But if you haven’t done much planning about paying for college, you may unnecessarily inflate your tuition bills, and not even realize it. What’s more, if your children are going to pay their own way,
These days, life in our pueblo is grand. The population of our village doubled with vacationers just before Christmas, many who will stay through Carnaval in February. All those people mean there is lot’s going on. The town’s social scene is hopping.
If you’ve ever worked in Silicon Valley, you know all about it. There are things we don’t talk about, without first looking over our shoulders. (You never know who might be listening). Open secrets that make a middle manager blush.
I quit my job in June 2017. I walked out with no future job prospects whatsoever, and headed to South America to enjoy a midlife crisis. It’s been more than half a year now since I walked out that door,
Saving for college via a 529 account can be a great thing for freedom lovers with kids. But what about when it comes time to pay for college? The timing of your 529 withdrawals can dramatically impact how much you pay for college.
Here we are, another month gone, never to return. It’s also a new year, which means things time to ponder things like the future and New Years’ resolutions. This is a busy time of the year for everyone.