The Best Personal Finance Content for Middle Incomes

Home Posts Tagged "groceries"

groceries

,

10 Extreme Ways to Cut Costs

If you’re trying to get out of debt, or if you’re trying to save for something specific, or maybe you’re just trying to have more wiggle room in your monthly budget, this is going to help you find some ways to save money or cut costs. Or at least, I hope so. They’ve helped us!

Video
1.11K 0
,

Super Frugal Teacher

A myth about the people going after financial independence is that they’re all dudes in high paying tech jobs.

Penny defies all those stereotypes. Her and her husband are teachers on the path to financial independence. It’s almost as far from high paid tech bro as you can get! They live simply and cheaply after getting their finances off on the wrong foot. Literally. Penny had a problem buying designer shoes.

Audio
771 0
,

Best Ways to Track Your Spending

About 78% of full-time workers are living paycheck to paycheck, according to a recent poll, even while earning a decent salary. However, since they do not know what exactly they are spending on, most people end up throwing away money that could have been saved.

Article
953 0
,

How to Save Money on Food

Based on my quick calculations, if we could save an additional $500 per month from here on out, we could not only lower the amount we need to save to reach FI by $150,000 – $171,000, but also shorten our time period to FI by about 1.5 years of our already aggressive goal of 9-10 years.

Article
849 0
,

Saving 50% of Your Income (While Making Less Than $40K)

In her twenties she had 40 jobs, including dishwasher, stripper economist, social worker, tax preparer, organic farmer, bagel deliverer, zine librarian, database wizard, and bicycle valet. She has lived in a geodesic dome made of recycled political yard signs and ridden trains in 31 countries. She is pretty good at saving money.

Audio
907 0