Monthly Archives: August 2019

From The Mail Buoy: Staying For 20 And Hacking The High Cost Of Living in Hawaii

A reader writes: “Nords, I’m an avid reader of your website and love your Reddit replies. I’m active duty with 14 years of service.  I’m saving a considerable amount of my paycheck and investing in dividend growth stocks with a … Continue reading

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“I Inherited Money And Now I Can’t Blog About Financial Independence Anymore”

  I’m finally ready to write about distributing my father’s estate. As many of you may remember, Dad passed away in November 2017 after more than nine years with Alzheimer’s Disease. For over six of those years, Dad was in … Continue reading

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