Monthly Milestone – November 2020

Welcome to my November 2020 monthly update! I will be covering our debt, assets, and net worth and will provide graphs and charts since we starting tacking in April 2019 I also include how close we are to our goal of FI, which is $2.5 Million in savings with a paid off mortgage. I missed…

Win Roulette Every Time with Employer Match

If your employer offers a match to your 401k/403b or equivalent, you should be taking advantage of this FREE MONEY. Imagine you are playing the game of roulette at a casino that is guaranteed to land on black every time. Would you place a bet on black? I don’t know about you, but I would…

Keep an Emergency Fund to Stay Out of Debt

Debt is a viscous cycle. This is especially true if you have a lot of debt. Focusing on paying off debt is key to ending the cycle. However, if a new, surprise expense pops up out of no-where what can you do, other than pay for it with credit? If you’re up to your eyeballs…

The Top 2 Ways to Prioritize Paying Off Debt

Paying off debt is one of the first things you should focus on before maximizing your savings in pursuit of financial independence. If you have a lot of different debts, what order should you pay them off? This questions has left many borrowers scratching their heads, however the large consensus agrees with 2 different approaches-…


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About Me

Hi! I’m Jon, a 31 year-old engineer, business manager, and finance enthusiast.

I have a goal to retire early by age 45, and I want to help you with your goals while I navigate through my journey.

I am an avid runner and aspire for financial freedom to have more free time to run.

I am married to my beautiful wife with plans to have 2-4 children. We are considered “middle-class” and live in the midwest.

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