Here’s the problem: people think money is all about numbers, spreadsheets and bank account balances. To use an old cliche, “Personal finance is personal”. This statement is true, but it does not go far enough in my humble opinion. It really doesn’t address the deeper issues we face, and that we are flawed human beings. We are all messed up in our own special way, especially yours truly.
For many, the idea of financial independence is something that happens when you’re entering into retirement and is an abstract and far-off concept. Knowing how much money you need to be financially independent can be an intimidating process. How do… Continue Reading →