Lifestyle is a choice

Lifestyle is a choice. It is about prioritizing what is more important to you. Eventually everything you own comes at a cost. What is the cost you are willing to pay – is a question you need to ask. If you are chasing financial independence, it comes at a cost – cost of delaying gratification and having a disciplined approach. If you are chasing lifestyle which is not commensurate with your income, it comes at a cost of your future financial security. You need to decide what are the costs you are ready to bear!

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5 money saving habits that can actually prove costly

Saving money is difficult. It requires a certain degree of self control and ability to delay gratification. There are lot of money saving hacks you can find from all around. A casual google search can reveal¬† hundreds of such hacks.¬† Lot of them can actually help you save a decent amount of money. Yet, there […]

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5 underestimated financial risks in early retirement

As a F.I.R.E. aspirant, you make certain assumptions about your post-retirement life, but do you plan out for unforeseen circumstances or eventualities that may arise? Are you aware of the possible financial risks in early retirement?

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10 lifestyle traps that you should be wary of

Chasing lifestyle may be good for your self esteem, but chasing it indiscriminately without worrying much about your finances can soon put you on the road to financial doom. Unfortunately, this can happen even if you have lot of money to begin with. It is not uncommon to hear of celebrities occasionally going bankrupt. Isn’t […]

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19 financial mistakes to avoid in 2019

As the new year begins, I wish everyone a very Happy New Year. I am hoping that this year, I’ll make better financial decisions and hopefully people reading this will also do so. One good first step can be to avoid making bad financial decisions and keep improvising. Here are some financial mistakes one can […]

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