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Name:
The game of FIRE
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
Financial Indepedence, FI, FIRE, Early Retirement, Investing, Investing mistakes, Budgeting, Frugality, High Net worth,
Start Year:
2017

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Net worth:
$700,000.00
Location:
Bothell , Washington, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
Unspecified
Profession:
IT
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Latest Blog Posts

In the last post, I shared how I optimized my monthly mobile phone costs. Looking at my current utility bills, I have no choice of providers for any other utility services as we have only one electric, energy, water, waste and internet and Cable TV service provider in our area.  Although competition allows to consumers the ability to shop for a similar service at a better price, lack of competition does ...
Posted: Oct 08 2017 @ 4:49 PM
A good first step in the process of achieving FI is to look where your money is going, identify leaks and stop them immediately.  As I dig through my personal situation and identify such mistakes, I will cover them as part of series -Stop bleeding. Today – I will cover my analysis of my current mobile service provide – AT&T. Case for AT&T Prior to moving to AT&T last year, I was ...
Posted: Sep 12 2017 @ 6:58 PM
A good first step in the process of achieving FI is to look where your money is going, identify leaks and stop them immediately.  As I dig through my personal situation and identify such mistakes, I will cover them as part of series -Stop bleeding. Today – I will cover my analysis of my current mobile service provider – AT&T. Case for AT&T Prior to moving to AT&T last year, I was ...
Posted: Sep 12 2017 @ 6:58 PM
Thegameoffire.com  is for entertainment purposes only.  I have no formal experience in trading or investing in general. Nothing that is written here can be considered advice or guidance for investment decisions or, for that matter, any other decisions. If uncertain, always consult a professional such as tax consultant, financial consultant or any other person you deem fit.  I dont advocate you to follow what is written here. If you replicate ...
Posted: Sep 09 2017 @ 11:24 PM
Being a software engineer at heart, I like taking advantage of technology to automate the mundane things in life. I strive hard to automate most of the monthly financial activities such as paying off the utilities and investing into my retirement accounts. It has dual benfits – By getting myself out of the equation, 1. I ensure I dont miss out on any payments or investments and 2. There is ...
Posted: Sep 09 2017 @ 8:36 PM

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