Save Money

MM Note: This post was written by Todd Kunsman, a 29-year-old who started his FIRE journey 3 years ago. His previous guest posts include 8 Steps To Financial Freedom and 5 Steps To Start Saving. One of the most important numbers you should calculate and track consistently is...

At the beginning of the year, I always sit down and review the best ways to save money in the new year. While I would prefer to not have a car since I live in a city, it’s actually insanely useful for getting out of...

When I was working in the corporate world, I absolutely dreaded Mondays. The first job that I had right out of college my commute was 1 hours and 30 minutes each way that included walking to a bus, then two trains, then another bus, then another...

MM Note: This is a guest post from Todd Kunsman, a 29 year old who started his FIRE journey 3 years ago. Given the success of his first guest post 8 Steps To Financial Freedom, I asked Todd to follow it up and share his...

MM note: Negotiation is at the heart of selling, making, and saving more money. It's truly an art and the more you practice the better you get. And the better you get at negotiating the more mone you can save (& make!). Through a recent...

It's a cold Saturday night in Chicago and I'm huddled on the back porch of a three-floor walk-up chatting with a few friends about apartment hunting. In the past year, apartment rents have gone up 4.8% in Chicago and in the hot neighborhoods rents are up 15%...

How much money should I save? I get asked this question all the time. The simple answer is as much as you can. Seriously, every 1% you save will have a huge impact on your future net-worth. In fact, just increasing your savings rate by...

MM Note: This post is inspired by a recent conversation I had with Vicki Robin, the author of Your Money or Your Life - I am honored to be providing feedback for the new edition of my favorite book of all time. Figuring how much money...

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