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Frugal Professor

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Name:
Frugal Professor
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
Frugality, Investing, Tax Planning
Start Year:
2015

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United States
Age:
30s
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SIK (Single Income, Kids)
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Teacher
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Latest Blog Posts

Another month, another update. A few random comments. Good Reads/Listens/Watches Mr Money Mustache on our constantly running “Purchase Justification Machines” (link). Interesting Bogleheads thread on fun post-retirement “jobs” (link). Interesting Bogleheads thread in which hundreds of individuals share their career path & whether or not they recommend it (link). The thread really illustrates how diverse ... Read moreFinancial Update – May 2019 The post Financial Update – May 2019 appeared first ...
Posted: Jun 01 2019 @ 11:31 AM
Thoughts on cash I loathe physical cash. Why? It is dirty, can be stolen/lost, and erodes in value over time. Coins are even worse. Their sole purpose is to find their way into the crevasses of my sofa cushions and cars. We usually have about $25 or so of the green stuff in our house ... Read moreCash Management, Emergency Funds, Using Fidelity as a Bank The post Cash Management, Emergency ...
Posted: May 18 2019 @ 10:23 PM
Another month, another update. A few random comments. Good Reads/Listens/Watches GoCurryCraker’s brilliance: On frontloading frugality (link). He makes the case that front-loading frugality increases savings (and investments) early in life which allows compound interest to do its thing, facilitating the loosening of purse strings later in life. I think there is something wrong with me ... Read moreFinancial Update – Apr 2019 The post Financial Update – Apr 2019 appeared first ...
Posted: May 01 2019 @ 11:02 AM
Another month, another update. A few random comments. Good Reads/Listens/Watches GoCurryCraker’s brilliance: On frontloading frugality (link). He makes the case that front-loading frugality increases savings (and investments) early in life which allows compound interest to do its thing, facilitating the loosening of purse strings later in life. I think there is something wrong with me ... Read moreFinancial Update – Apr 2019 ...
Posted: May 01 2019 @ 11:02 AM
Another month, another update. A few random comments. Good Reads/Listens/Watches Walden on Wheels (link). Ken Ilgunas is an incredibly engaging and hilarious writer. This book is a memoir of his college years in which he accrued $32k of student loans for a worthless degree then clawed his way out of debt through a series of ... Read moreFinancial Update – Mar 2019 The post Financial Update – Mar 2019 appeared first ...
Posted: Mar 31 2019 @ 12:17 PM
Another month, another update. A few random comments. Good Reads/Listens/Watches Walden on Wheels (link). Ken Ilgunas is an incredibly engaging and hilarious writer. This book is a memoir of his college years in which he accrued $32k of student loans for a worthless degree then clawed his way out of debt through a series of ... Read moreFinancial Update – Mar 2019 ...
Posted: Mar 31 2019 @ 12:17 PM
Another month, another update. A few random comments. Good Reads/Listens/Watches About Time (link). I really enjoyed this movie. I had never heard of it before. Found via Justwatch. Won’t You Be My Neighbor (link). Awesome documentary about Mr. Rogers. Worth watching. Others I’ve talked to think the movie is too slow. I’m convinced that millennials ... Read moreFinancial Update – Feb 2019 The post Financial Update – Feb 2019 appeared first ...
Posted: Mar 01 2019 @ 2:24 AM
Another month, another update. A few random comments. Good Reads/Listens/Watches About Time (link). I really enjoyed this movie. I had never heard of it before. Found via Justwatch. Won’t You Be My Neighbor (link). Awesome documentary about Mr. Rogers. Worth watching. Others I’ve talked to think the movie is too slow. I’m convinced that millennials ... Read moreFinancial Update – Feb 2019 ...
Posted: Mar 01 2019 @ 2:24 AM
What Changed? A month ago, Bank of America updated their policy for the cash rewards card. Prior to the change, the rewards were as follows on the cash rewards card: 3% gas 2% grocery/wholesale 1% all else Last month, this changed to: 3% of the user’s choice of (select one of the following): gas online ... Read moreOne month review of updated BoA Cash Rewards Card The post One month review ...
Posted: Feb 17 2019 @ 4:25 PM
What Changed? A month ago, Bank of America updated their policy for the cash rewards card. Prior to the change, the rewards were as followed on the cash rewards card: 3% gas 2% grocery/wholesale 1% all else Last month, this changed to: 3% of the user’s choice of (select one of the following): gas online ... Read moreOne month review of updated BoA Cash Rewards Card ...
Posted: Feb 17 2019 @ 4:25 PM

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