Tag: Book Reviews

10 essential FIRE reads for 2020

The ideas that originated the FIRE movement began with the 1992 book Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin and Joe Dominguez and the 2010 book Early Retirement Extreme by Jacob Lund Fisker. Since then, countless people have taken advantage of these principles to navigate a path to becoming financially independent and retiring early. …

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2012 Personal Finance Challenge: Read a Book About Finance

I wanted to check-in with those of you who are participating in our year-long personal finance challenge we have going on here at TTG. First off, I want to welcome all of you who are partaking – and I hope it helps you get motivated to change your finances for the better in 2012. Please …

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Book review: “The New Frugality” by Chris Farrell

After going through the Great Recession of 2008 to present, I couldn’t suggest any better book to read than The New Frugality: How to Consume Less, Save More, and Live Better. For anyone lookingĀ for radical change in their life after realizing they’ve consumed too much and are in too deep of debt prior to the …

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Book recommendation: Be Thrifty

I want to tell you about a book that I recently came across from Workman Publishing called Be Thrifty: How to Live Better with Less. Editors Pia Catton and Califia Suntree note they have not come onto anything new with being thrifty, but write: “For a while, thrift was all but forgotten-as neglected as an …

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