Dr. FrugaLee’s Financial Independence Goals

Dr. FrugaLee's Financial Independence Goals

I had never really heard of ‘financial independence’ as a concept until Mr. FrugaLee started talking about it here. This whole idea is new to me. I’m still exploring what it is because everyone has their own definition. To me, financial independence means planning ahead, setting goals, and working hard so that you can live … Read more

How to Quit Your Day Job and Pursue Your Passion!

How To Quit Your Day Job and Pursue Your Passion

Hi! I’m LiveFrugaLee’s evil twin, Manny. Yes, we’re Danny and Manny. Yes, our names rhyme, and our sister’s name is not Fanny. You may have noticed my facetious comments on his earlier posts as I thought it was rather humorous that my twin brother would start a blog. Now, I’m trying to be supportive as … Read more

A Quick Lesson On Income Tax For Millennials

A Quick Lesson On Income Tax For Millennials

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read this disclosure for more info. The 2017 tax season officially began on January 23, 2017. The deadline for filing taxes this year is Tuesday, April 18, 2017 (traditional deadline of April 15 falls on a Saturday and Monday is Emancipation Day, a legal holiday in D.C., observed on Monday). … Read more

Should You Put Off Your Career To Travel?

Should You Put Off Your Career To Travel?

This post is by Brian of Millennial Money Guide. I remember when college graduation was just around the corner and I was faced with multiple options for post graduation. Was I due for a post graduation trip? The most responsible option, and socially acceptable choice, would be to immediately enter my career. This option would help … Read more

Should You Rent Or Buy? Thoughts From A Realtor

“Should I rent or buy?” As a realtor, I get asked some form of this question often enough from people in my age group (late 20s / early 30s) that I thought I should address it in a blog post. Many people feel that renting is like throwing away money or paying someone else’s mortgage for them. … Read more

10 Personal Finance Tips for 20-somethings from a 30 year old

Millennials Personal Finance

Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of personal finance questions from 20-somethings, so I decided to come up with a list of 10 personal finance tips. Here they are: 1. Get out of debt and stay out. If you’re in your 20s, chances are you have at least one of these forms of debt: car payments, student … Read more