Although the title is a bit cheesy, many of these this are quite good, can save you a lot of money over time and I use a few of them my self. So here you go…
The CashflowCop has put together an extensive and well-structured beginner’s guide to Financial Independence. It includes a calculator and also some thoughts that are interesting not only for newbies.
Philosophy – Identify your “why”; Psychology – Reduce spending; Work Ethic – Increase income; and Finance – Grow wealth. These are the four pillars around which a new book on FIRE evolves. Route2FI has written an extensive book review.
Young FI Guy shares his thoughts on why you need a savings habit…and how to create one.
At the end of his apprenticeship, how has Fu Mon Chu’s 20 year old son progressed with his savings? The plan was to save 50% of his income, which will be the basis for his way to FI.
The Saving Ninja gives some invaluable tips on how to work in London without blowing your budget.
The Next Chapter runs some numbers on subscription boxes and comes to the conclusion that you’d be better off investing your hard-earned cash instead.