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Can an Amazing DIY’er in her 50’s Save Enough for Retirement?

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This series, Small Steps, Big Changes, focuses on people starting the FI journey later in life. They may feel hopeless, overwhelmed, and unsure of how to put their financial house in order.  Does this sound like you? If so, welcome! Reading the Small Steps, Big Changes articles will show you that no matter how late …

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Financing Your Kid’s Passion in Sports or the Arts

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  Financing your kid’s passion in sports or the arts can send your budget spiraling into red ink. But don’t despair. You have many opportunities to lessen the pain. My daughter dances. She practically lives at her dance studio, spending over 20 hours/week taking classes and participating in rehearsals. The kid eats, breathes, and sleeps …

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Think You’re Too Old to Reach Financial Independence? Think Again

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At 59, I never feel old.  I exercise, eat well, try to stay connected socially – all the “must do’s” the experts recommend for staying healthy later in life. If I manage to get a good night’s sleep, my energy level stays pretty high. Luckily, no major aches or pains limit my life (yet). Photo …

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