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Over $3,000,000 earned but still not FI

Most in the FI community will gasp at the headline. Many will judge me harshly for a lack of fiscal discipline and common sense. And some will simply recognize this as emblematic of our consumer culture. But let me be clear: NO ONE should feel sorry for me.  At the end of 2019, I logged onto the Social Security website to review its estimate for my monthly earnings in retirement […]

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New Decade. New Habits.

There’s nothing inherently special about a new decade, or even a new year. January 1 is simply an arbitrary point on the continuum of time. But it can serve as a useful marker for tracking progress, and so this first day of 2020, a new blog is born. Perhaps the world doesn’t need yet another blog. But I suppose that as individuals, we each believe that our unique points of view might […]

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