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Justin

Blog Info

Name:
Atypical Life
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
financial independence, budgeting, investing, taxes, early retirement, savings,
Start Year:
2017

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$350,000.00
Location:
Virginia, United States
Age:
20s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Engineer
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Latest Blog Posts

Are you spinning your wheels in the rat race these days wondering if there is a better way to live? There is! We all want to be free from the man and to free ourselves from the stranglehold that modern society places upon us. The ultimate goal that I think everybody wants is to be able to decide for themselves: What they want to do When they want to do it Where they get ...
Posted: Sep 19 2017 @ 11:44 PM
Does paying for health insurance force you into debt? Does it keep you up at night and keep you from following your dream of retirement? Well, it is possible to get free health insurance, and I am going to share with you the secret to how I not only get my health insurance for free but actually get paid to have health insurance. Related Posts: 10 Budget Hacks That Will Save You $1000s The ...
Posted: Sep 17 2017 @ 9:13 PM
A lot of people worry about how they’re going to be able to pay their energy bills during the winter months – particularly as each year it seems to get much colder. If you’re wondering how you’re going to be able to afford the latest expenses, then you might find that switching to greener and more efficient solutions for home energy uses could be the perfect solution. Sometimes, with just a ...
Posted: Sep 14 2017 @ 6:00 AM
Saving money does not have to be difficult. It doesn’t even have to take effort. If you establish the right money saving habits, your savings will start to compound over time. The key to saving money is the budget and keeping track of your cash flow. Remember this equation and apply it always: Income – Expenses = Savings If your expenses are more than your income than you have negative savings and you ...
Posted: Sep 11 2017 @ 4:00 AM
Do you get tired of scrolling through endless posts to find the most useful information on personal finance? Well, I have compiled a list of the best personal finance posts from the personal finance blogosphere for you. All of these posts will help you to budget, save more, become rich, and prepare you to live the atypical life. A life that is yours to control. A life of freedom! FREE email course: ...
Posted: Sep 08 2017 @ 9:36 PM
How many financial accounts do you have that you need to keep track of? That’s a hard question to answer for most people, myself included. The rich know their money and where it all is and what it is all doing. That is the secret to their success. Let’s try and emulate that success by creating a money map. I keep track of pretty much every cent that moves around our account ...
Posted: Sep 08 2017 @ 7:58 AM
All millennials were told growing up that we need to go to college. College is really the only path laid out for us while we go through high school preparing for the real world afterward. From all of the information that we are given we “know” that we are supposed to go to college. We “know” that college will give us the opportunity to grow and will “result” in a job after ...
Posted: Sep 06 2017 @ 9:00 AM
Welcome to our monthly income expense and blogging report from the Atypical Life family. We are pleased to share this with all of you, so that you may have the inspiration to achieve financial independence and freedom from the man sooner. As an atypical family, this income and expense report will look very different to most family budgets, however, it is 100% real and is achievable under the right circumstances. Also ...
Posted: Sep 02 2017 @ 3:43 AM
When you are on the long-term proven path to wealth, you invest in index funds. There is no better way to build your early retirement nest egg than to amass your money in a small selection of proven index funds and watch your net worth grow exponentially. Index funds are simple at heart but are still confusing to the uninitiated. So, let’s go through the basics of the index fund and ...
Posted: Aug 30 2017 @ 7:05 AM
People are dumb. There is not much we can do about it either. I am not talking about IQ or book smarts. I am talking about common money sense and the many other facets of common sense. I had a professor of physical chemistry in college that had 2 rules in life. The purpose of these rules is not to make society look like a dump but to encourage people to live ...
Posted: Aug 26 2017 @ 8:00 PM

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