How would you react if you were told you that you had to give up half of your stuff? TVs, clothes, cars, and even dinnerware. Does it sound terrifying? Would you believe me if I told you doing this could make you even happier than you are today?
Most personal finance resources around (blogs, books, etc) do a great job of telling you what to do with your money. Rent! Buy! Sell! Hold! Earn! Save! Spend!
Last time, I put up a couple calculators to help you understand your personal exchange rate for retirement days and money. Here, I’ll walk you through making your own awesome spreadsheet so you can have those calculators (and more) at your disposal.
How much money does an extra day of financial freedom cost? While it seems like a pretty cool philosophical question, there’s actually a way you can calculate it to the penny. Get ready for the theory, the math, and the free calculators to give you a personalized quote on the cost of a day of freedom.
The average american family spent $820 on Christmas in 2015. If you’re already thinking about the holiday season and you’re worried about how to pay for everything you need to have a joyous time, I ran across an article that proposed a solution for you.