Free 3 Week Financial Independence and Personal Finance Course

Free 3 Week Financial Independence and Personal Finance Course

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Free 3 week financial independence and personal finance course so you can retire earlier. Save more, earn more, invest better, and get on the path to financial independence. #financialindependence #personalfinance #freecourse #earnmoney #savemoney #investing #earlyretirement #fire #retireearly

I created this because it doesn’t exist for free on the internet. Financial independence and personal finance knowledge should be freely available to anyone who wants to access it.

The course is made up of 18 days of knowledge, with each day zeroing in on one specific topic (see below). By the end, I hope you’ll save more, invest better, and be on the path to early retirement.

Sign up here though the cool landing page, or just simply fill out the form below :).

This is the roadmap:

  • Day 1: Tracking Your Money + Calculating Your Savings Rate
  • Day 2: Sprucing Up Your Bank Accounts
  • Day 3: Expenses – Coffee and Snacks
  • Day 4: Expenses – Meals
  • Day 5: The Importance of Your Savings Rate and Compound Interest
  • Day 6: Expenses – Clothing and Accessories
  • Day 7: Expenses – Utilities: Cable, Wifi, Cell, Water, and Heat
  • Day 8: Expenses – Housing, Rent vs Buy
  • Day 9: Expenses – Transportation
  • Day 10: Debt – Student Loans: IBR, PAYE, PSLF, and Refinancing
  • Day 11: Debt Payoff Order – CCs, Loans, Mtg, etc.
  • Day 12: Investing: Retirement Accounts – 401k and IRA
  • Day 13: Investing – Brokerage Accounts vs. Robo-Advisors
  • Day 14: Investing – HSA, FSA, and Medical Insurance
  • Day 15: Investing – Education tax-advantaged accounts: 529, and Coverdell
  • Day 16: Side Hustles at Home
  • Day 17: Other easy side hustles
  • Day 18: Putting it all together – Where’s your retirement date now?

Feel free to send it to your friends and family, especially the young adults in your family. I wish someone would’ve sent something like this to me back in high school or even college.

Author: Olivia

Olivia worked in finance and wants you to learn the secrets of financial independence. She believes there are so many ways to monetize your life and make money doing the things you're already doing because so many companies offer free money.

The average savings account rate is 0.1%. The big banks have incredibly low savings accounts rates. CIT Bank offers a 1.75% savings account. You can open an account with just $100 and no monthly fees or charge . Tired of being charged fees and getting peanuts in interest at your current bank? Open a CIT Bank savings account in less than 15 minutes online.

If you have a car, Rideshare apps allow you to pick a direction you want to go twice a day, so you can get extra money going somewhere you were driving to anyway at least twice a day. Get a $300 sign-up bonus with Lyft.

One of my favorite ways ways of monetizing my life is via credit card bonuses with cards that give you cashback or rewards. Check out our review of the Chase Sapphire cards, which give you at least $500 in cash or $625 in travel credit.

11 thoughts on “Free 3 Week Financial Independence and Personal Finance Course

    1. It is! I thought I was finished for a while, then changed a bunch of stuff, now more changes! Projects just grow so big from inception! Hopefully some people will get some use out of it :).

    1. Hey Bitan! Had a bit of an issue with emails, but I believe it should be fixed now. Please let me know if it doesn’t. Let me know what you think of the course when you get a chance :).

    1. Heyaaaa! Oh, man so much work! You think you’re done and you realize you forgot to mention one thing and before you know it, it snowballs into an entire topic. At this point it’s not very “basic personal finance” lol. Oops?

      Your course looks awesome! That’s so cool you teach in person. I am WAY too shy to do that in person. Thank goodness for hiding behind a screen and text :P.

  1. Heard about you from FireDrill podcast, very excited for this!
    Just so you know, next to the sign up box it says “We’ll send you one email a day for 3 *days*” instead of weeks. 🙂

  2. I found your blog today and I LOVE the idea of FIRE, particularly the basic income idea (not having to worry about bills, and working a part-time job for any expenses on top of that). Do you know if your resources also apply in the UK or are they US only? Do you know of any UK-based FIRE info I can access?

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Author: Olivia

Olivia worked in finance and wants you to learn the secrets of financial independence. She believes there are so many ways to monetize your life and make money doing the things you're already doing because so many companies offer free money.

The average savings account rate is 0.1%. The big banks have incredibly low savings accounts rates. CIT Bank offers a 1.75% savings account. You can open an account with just $100 and no monthly fees or charge . Tired of being charged fees and getting peanuts in interest at your current bank? Open a CIT Bank savings account in less than 15 minutes online.

If you have a car, Rideshare apps allow you to pick a direction you want to go twice a day, so you can get extra money going somewhere you were driving to anyway at least twice a day. Get a $300 sign-up bonus with Lyft.

One of my favorite ways ways of monetizing my life is via credit card bonuses with cards that give you cashback or rewards. Check out our review of the Chase Sapphire cards, which give you at least $500 in cash or $625 in travel credit.