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Top 8 Posts of 2017

Top 8 Posts of 2017

Though this blog is a baby bird still in its nest, I still want to celebrate the wins this blog has had over the past year! So here’s a list of the top 8 posts of 2017 :). Enjoy! 1. Hustle In Your 20s To Be Financially Independent In Under 10 Years I did the math behind how much faster you could retire if you took up a side hustle. There’s a limit to how much you can save on…

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i401k or SEP IRA: An extra $54,000 in tax advantaged retirement accounts a year

i401k or SEP IRA: An extra $54,000 in tax advantaged retirement accounts a year

If you’re self-employed or have a side hustle, you have the best retirement accounts available to you. Have you ever wondered if an i401k or SEP IRA was better? A normal 401k has a contribution limit of $18,000, with an additional $6,000 in catch-up contributions if you’re 50 and older for the year of 2017. For an IRA, your maximum contribution is $5,500, with an additional $1,000 catch-up contribution if you’re 50 and older. For the long-term, I’d recommend a…

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Hustle in your 20s to be financially independent in under 10 years

Hustle in your 20s to be financially independent in under 10 years

Sometimes it seems impossible to reach financial independence. That kind of thinking is wrong — you can easily do it in less than 10 years. You’re awake for 16 hours a day, 112 hours a week. What do you do with your time? Throwing around some numbers, it’s around an hour a day to eat, an hour at the gym 5 times a week to stay healthy and active, an hour a day for your commute, 8 hours a week…

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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.

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