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Stuart

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Name:
Epic Quiver
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
Early Retirement, Investing
Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
Location:
Los Angeles, California, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Finance Manager

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Latest Blog Posts

The U.S. economy is in a hiring surge, there are more high salary job opportunities out there than ever before, but if you don’t have a strong personal brand or network to vouch for your credibility, you will be playing the game with one arm tied behind your back. Through years of experience, managing teams, helping people find great jobs, and coaching friends on how to increase their salary, I ...
Posted: Jun 22 2017 @ 7:02 PM
The U.S. economy is in a hiring surge, there are more high salary job opportunities out there than ever before, but if you don’t have a strong personal brand or network to vouch for your credibility, you will be playing the game with one arm tied behind your back. Through years of experience, managing teams, helping people find great jobs, and coaching friends on how to increase their salary, I ...
Posted: Jun 22 2017 @ 7:02 PM
I’m am always taken back when I meet people who make a decent $50,000+ salary and claim it will take them 30 years to pay off their $30,000 student loans. Many of my co-workers live at home but are constantly in debt, financing Coachella tickets a year in advance, purchasing fancy Casper bed mattresses on credit, buying brand new Subaru Impreza WRX cars and even financing their vacations. I honestly ...
Posted: May 18 2017 @ 3:01 PM
I’m am always taken back when I meet people who make a decent $50,000+ salary and claim it will take them 30 years to pay off their $30,000 student loans. Many of my co-workers live at home but are constantly in debt, financing Coachella tickets a year in advance, purchasing fancy Casper bed mattresses on credit, buying brand new Subaru Impreza WRX cars and even financing their vacations. I honestly ...
Posted: May 18 2017 @ 3:01 PM
I’m am always taken back when I meet people who make a decent $50,000+ salary and claim it will take them 30 years to pay off their $30,000 student loans. Many of my co-workers live at home but are constantly in debt, financing Coachella tickets a year in advance, purchasing fancy Casper bed mattresses on credit, buying brand new Subaru Impreza WRX cars and even financing their vacations. I honestly ...
Posted: May 18 2017 @ 3:01 PM
This week we have an interview with Mr. and Mrs. Xyz from the blog Our Financial Path. They are planning to retire at the age of 35 which is blows my mind, and also makes me feel old and unproductive, even though I’m only 33, but seriously, 35! That’s an amazing goal, it’s great to see others find and develop a FIRE path earlier rather than later. First of all, what is ...
Posted: May 11 2017 @ 4:24 PM
This guest post is by Troy from MarketHistory.org I enjoy nerding out on his site where he discusses historical and current events, news, themes, and fundamentals that impact the U.S. stock market. I asked Troy to write this piece about when to sell your stocks because it was probably this biggest lesson I learned when I started investing. I learned to mitigate my risk early one, but once an investment started going ...
Posted: May 04 2017 @ 12:29 PM
Last week a family friend asked me to review their grandmother’s annuity contract, because my profession is in the world of contract negotiations, and I nerd out on reading dense legal documents, daily. The conversation went something like this, “Hey my mom says my grandma gets these checks every quarter for like $2,000 because of some annuity. Can you look at it and tell us what it’s about? We have ...
Posted: Apr 28 2017 @ 6:47 PM
Today’s I’m proud to publish the first guest post on Epic Quiver from Jane, the blogger behind Cash Fasting. Jane works in NYC and is currently closing in on the last $5K of her $35K student debt. Despite the high cost of living in NYC, she’s hitting a 50% savings rate by using a series of ‘cash fasts’ that reduce her spending. The first time I heard the term “Cash ...
Posted: Apr 19 2017 @ 12:35 AM
Throughout my life I been blessed to meet a multitude of financially independent early retirees far before I had ever hear of the term F.I.R.E. This is the 4th installment of a series I call F.I.R.E. Stories. The below story is about two brothers and two sisters who are married to each other. I have known them since I was in high school. They have always been like older siblings to ...
Posted: Apr 14 2017 @ 3:17 PM

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