Google Fi Review: A Digital Nomad’s Dream

TFF's Rating ★★★★★ 4.5/5 Google Fi is a relatively new mobile service provider. In a world where most of us are familiar with the larger providers, how does this new player stand out? That's what we will discuss in this review. Google Fi Networks One of the reasons we don't often see a lot of new cell service providers is because the barriers to entry are so high. Installing new mobile infrastructure is extremely expensive…

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Ten Best Personal Finance Books of All Time

In this post, you will find my list of the best personal finance books of all time. These books will help you investing, build wealth, and increase your net worth. Before we dive in, here is a list of the best personal finance books detailed in this post: Your Money or Your Life, Vicki Robin The Simple Path to Wealth, JL Collins The Total Money Makeover, Dave Ramsey Financial Freedom, Grant Sabatier I Will Teach You…

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6-Month Money Saving Challenge!

We all like to save money. But isn't that easier said than done? I mean, it's easy for someone to say "stop buying things you don't need" and think they are giving sage advice.But how do you actually do that? And is it really that easy?Well, it actually really can be. In truth, money-saving opportunities are all around us.All it really takes is a little patience, dedication, and mostly importantly, knowing where to start. I know that,…

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Frugal at Your Fingertips: Apps That Free Up Your Finances

By: Ben Lovell If you’re as old as I am, you’ll remember a time (not so long ago) when new tech required you to breach a certain threshold of either financial well-being or flagrant over-indulgence.  New software was a significant investment, Bluetooth headphones were a status sigil, and Flat Screen TVs were the centerpiece for upper-middle-class entertaining. Now, a lot of technology is, well, cheap.  Or at least the initial exposure is. Video games, subscription…

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The Best Personal Finance Tips for 2019

Now that the new year is upon us, many of us are thinking about how we can make our lives just a little bit better. So why not take steps to get financially healthy?Okay, sure, it probably would have made more sense to post this before the new year. After all, you probably already know your resolution(s). And maybe those don’t include money. Maybe you decided to give up wine, or pizza, or to not…

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How to Spend Less Money: Change Your Mindset

If you're on the path to financial independence, a large part of that is probably determining how to spend less money. After all, reducing expenses has the potential to fast-track your path to FI. But before I dive deeper into that concept, let me ask you a question... How many women do you know who have a diamond ring? It may seem like that question came out of nowhere, but bear with me. I'm going…

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Prioritizing Savings and Debt: Which Is More Important?

As you can probably imagine, one of the things I spend a lot of time doing is reading comments on other blogs. I also read comments in Facebook groups, posts in forums, etc. It's always good to stay attuned to the questions many of you out there regularly ask. Usually, a common theme in many of those questions is prioritizing. In other words, is it better to save while simultaneously paying down debt? Or should…

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