Author: Mr. TFR

This Game Doesn’t Fool You

Happy April Fools’ Day.  Do you want to play a game? It costs absolutely nothing and it’s fun.  It also doesn’t require any batteries!   I assure you, this is no April fool’s joke.   Today, I want to present a game that encourages you to stay on your journey towards financial independence and early […]

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Interview with Top Money Hacks

Hi friends, I am happy to share I was interviewed by Top Money Hacks.  Check out my interview here! Top Money Hacks covers all topics of personal finance, particularly focused on valuable hacks to improve your financial condition.  It also features periodic interviews with bloggers in the finance and early retirement community. There was one question […]

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Three Actionable Personal Finance Tips for Millennials in 2017

Millennials have a unique set of challenges that many don’t always relate to.  So, I thought we should hear from millennials directly on personal finance.  Today’s post is from Lauren Richardson, a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota. As she takes some time to travel before entering the workforce, she hopes to help her peers […]

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Learning From The Investment Oracle (not the one you think)

Warren Buffett’s legendary investment skills, folksy wisdom, dedication to shareholders combined with a frugality-effacing, witty personality have made him a darling of the global investing community (except Wall Street firms, which he deservedly chides).  Many of us love to read his legendary annual letter to shareholders that he publishes in the latter part of February each […]

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Dividend Investing vs. Indexing – Part 6

If you have stayed with the series till now, well done!  You did better than me, as I needed couple of distracting posts in-between 🙂  This will, hopefully, be the last of this series unless I find something else not covered elsewhere. Over the first 5 articles, we analyzed dividend investing vs. index investing from […]

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