The Sunday Best is a collection of articles I’ve curated for your reading pleasure.
Presenting, this week’s Sunday Best:
Wallet Hacks is all about the psyche. 15 hidden Cognitive Biases That Cost You Big Money.
Don’t wait until you’re wealthy to be generous. Apathy Ends has found ways to be charitable while living frugally and pursuing financial independence. Turning Savings Hacks into Charity Hacks.
Another couple pursuing financial independence, a Physician Couple, is making great strides, approaching a net worth of zero. How We Improved Our Net Worth by $730,000 in Less Than Three Years.
A high salary is a great way to improve your net worth. How do you get one of those? My Dad likes to say “If you don’t ask, you don’t get.” So does Dr. Nisha Mehta, guest posting @ Miss Bonnie MD. If You Don’t Ask.
I’m not as concerned about my salary these days, which is why I’m dropping to part time in 2 weeks. The Wealthy Doc would call this next phase a Victory Lap, as he explains in Rethinking Retirement – the Four Boxes of Life.
Our Next Life runs down a list in The Final Early Retirement To Do List // What Are We Forgetting?
If you’re struggling to figure out why or how one should approach financial independence, take some time to listen to Jonathan and Brad of ChooseFI as they intelligently discuss The Why of FI and The Pillars of FI.
The last time I featured Early Retirement Now‘s incredible safe withdrawal rate series, he had thirteen installments. It’s high time we get caught up.
- Part 14: Sequence of Return Risk
- Part 15: More Thoughts on Sequence of Return Risk
- Part 16: Early Retirement in a low return environment (The Bogle scenario!)
- Part 17: Why we should call the 4% Rule the “4% Rule of Thumb”
- Part 18: Flexibility and the Mechanics of CAPE-Based Rules
- Part 19: Equity Glidepaths in Retirement
Discover Even More Blogs!
If you’re reading my Sunday Best, you probably like discovering other personal finance blogs. I’d like to share three cool ways to do so.
1. Rockstar Finance Blog Directory
Our friends at Rockstar Finance, who were kind of enough to feature my post on Berkshire Hathway this week, have put together a robust personal finance blog directory, searchable by keyword and a number of different dropdown categories, including age, profession, nation, state, and household.
Would you rather just see a list of the latest blog posts from across the personal finance blogosphere? [apologies for using the term blogosphere]. They also host a page with excerpts from all the posts from the last 24 hours.