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The young millionaire interviews continue! I’ve had a lot of interest in this series and look forward to bringing you more in the weeks to come. Most of the time, our interviews will be anonymous. This will allow our guests to be open and transparent with us. Given that they are sharing incredibly personal (and … Continue reading “How to Become a Millionaire in Your 30’s – Interview 2 (Dividends)”
</iframtbd There comes a time in our lives when we’re ready to take control of our finances. Perhaps we’re sick and tired of our mountain of student loans or our pitiful savings account. Maybe we’re finally ready to invest for our retirement … But where do we begin? There are so many things … Continue reading “It’s Time To Become a Financial Grownup – with Bobbi Rebell”
Have you ever wondered how an everyday person can become a young millionaire? Me too! That’s why I’m starting a series called “How To Become a Millionaire in your 30’s”. This will be an ongoing set of interviews with millionaires ($1M+ net worth) or “millionaires-to-be” ($750k-$999k net worth) aged 30-40. The goal is to learn … Continue reading “How to Become a Millionaire in Your 30’s: Interview 1 (Automation)”
One fall night in 2010, my wife Nicole and I were watching the Suze Orman Show. (Yes, I used to DVR it). There was this fun segment where someone would call in and Suze would analyze that person’s financial health and give them a grade. It was called How Am I Doing? One term that … Continue reading “How to Increase Your Net Worth by $700,000 in 7 Years”
On one fine summer day in 2011, I was zipping around on my new moped headed to the local Rite Aid. I had an incredibly important purchase I was about to make. After breezing through the sliding doors, I headed straight back to the pharmacy area. I was beaming. I was grinning ear-to-ear. Given my … Continue reading “How Fatherhood Sparked My Desire For Financial Freedom”
During late 2013 while I was traveling out-of-town for work, my wife Nicole found our “forever house”. This home had everything she was looking for including an attached garage, open floor plan, updated kitchen, walk-in closet and a big backyard on a half-acre lot. She told me that this was THE ONE and as soon as I … Continue reading “15-Year Mortgage Paid Off in 5 Years”