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My Interview With Adam Chudy – Some New Tidbits About GYFG

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Reading Time: 9 minutesI have done numerous interviews and blog posts across the personal finance blogosphere and after enough time passes I like to share those pieces with you here on this blog. I hope you enjoy the interview below and learn a few things you didn’t know about GYFG. This interview was originally published on Adam Chudy’s blog. Please enjoy! What’s your …

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[Guest Post] Interview with Physician on Fire

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Reading Time: 9 minutesToday we have a fascinating guest taking over the blog to tell us a bit about his freedom fighting journey. He’s the first doctor we have showecased on the blog, and has already become financially independent (with a net worth around $3M), and work has therefore become optional. He hasn’t pulled the plug on the day job just yet, but …

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My Dog’s Perspective on Frugality, Fun, & Finance

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Reading Time: 6 minutesDo you ever realize how happy your dog is just being “present?” I think we could all learn a thing or two observing how a dog takes time to smell the roses (among other things). I often wonder what is going on in my dog’s mind. My wife and I will even go so far as to ask him questions …

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[Guest Post] Freedom Fighter Interview #29 – Amber Tree Leaves

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Reading Time: 6 minutesToday we have our last interview in this Freedom Fighter Series that we started last year. And today’s guest is writing from across the glob in Belgium. He is a fellow options enthusiast and is shooting to reach financial freedom by 2029. 1. Who are you and what do you do? What is your story? How are you fighting for your Freedom? …

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[Guest Post] Freedom Fighter Interview #28 – Nick True

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Reading Time: 8 minutesToday we have Nick True, a Mechanical Engineer, and a self proclaimed tightwad. He got married young, at 20 years old, and then proceeded to ruin his honeymoon. But he and his wife got through this, and learned core beliefs and principals that now guide their financial life. I hope you enjoy the interview below. Nick, the floor is yours… Let’s …

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[Guest Post] Freedom Fighter Interview #27 – Joshua @ Biglaw Investor

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Reading Time: 9 minutesMy name is Joshua and I write about investing and financial topics over at The Biglaw Investor. Before I go any further, I’ve looked through all of Gen Y’s previous Financial Freedom interviews to find one with the most comments (current record holder is White Collar Freedom). I want this to be Gen Y’s most commented on interview to date. …

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[Guest Post] Freedom Fighter Interview #26 – Investment Zen

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Reading Time: 10 minutesToday we have Nate, the co-founder of Invesement Zen, here to share his story and how he got to where he is today. Not to give away too much, but he is a real estate mogul…of digital properties. Yes, people can actually make a living buying and selling websites. It’s easier than it sounds, I’m sure! Take it away Nate… …

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[Guest Post] Freedom Fighter Interview #25 – The Frugal Vagabond

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Reading Time: 8 minutesToday, the blog is taken over by the Frugal Vagabond. He and his fiancé have already traveled to 30 different countries together and have no plan to stop traveling anytime soon. Actually, they are on track to hit early retirement in 2019, where they plan to become full time Vagabonds. Their goal is to accumulate $600,000 in stocks and bonds …

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[Guest Post] Freedom Fighter Interview #23 – Maggie Banks

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Reading Time: 6 minutesToday’s guest, Maggie Banks, hails all the way from Alaska. She and her husband have set a goal to reach financial independence in 2022. They have grand plans to raise a worldly family. For them a paid off mortgage and about $500,000 is all they need to live a comfortable life. And can you believe they eat Salmon weekly, that …