Financial Independence Philosophy and Origin Story | Paula Pant from Afford Anything

In today’s episode, Cody and Justin bring you one of their favorite episodes to date. Paula Pant is always conducting great interviews herself but today she’s the one answering questions. She walks us through her amazing story of only three traditional years of employment, traveling the world, and the steps she took to secure her … Read moreFinancial Independence Philosophy and Origin Story | Paula Pant from Afford Anything

Christmas Thoughts, 2018 Reflection, 2019 Goals

We have an extra special gift for you today that requires no wrapping paper. This Holiday special Justin and Cody go at it alone with no guest to discuss their perspectives on materialistic Christmas, a brief recap of 2018 and their goals for 2019. We think you’ll really enjoy getting to hear a little more … Read moreChristmas Thoughts, 2018 Reflection, 2019 Goals

008 | The Low-Hanging Fruits of FI

The Low-Hanging Fruits of FI

In this week’s episode, Cody and TJ discuss the low-hanging fruits of FI. These are the changes you can make in your life today, tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, and so on that can drastically improve your financial position. Tune in and get ready to pick these low-hanging fruits! Episode Summary Housing: Makes … Read more008 | The Low-Hanging Fruits of FI

002 | There’s No FI Without Purpose

There's No FI Without Purpose

What FIRE Means to Us Cody and TJ share their biggest reasons for pursuing financial independence. On their path, they’ve learned that money is just a tool, and it should not control your life. This concept simply allows you to buy your time back. It allows you take back control of your future, and focus … Read more002 | There’s No FI Without Purpose

001 | Lighting the FIRE

Lighting the F.I.R.E.

What exactly is FIRE? Financial independence, retire early. Financial independence is based on the 4% rule which was formulated from the Trinity study, the idea is that if you can survive comfortably at a 4% withdrawal rate from your nest egg (invested assets), provided that the assets were invested in low-cost index funds, you essentially … Read more001 | Lighting the FIRE