What is the best financial advice you can give to people in their early twenties?

Live within your means. Practically, this means live on less than you make. Get a roommate. Live in an inexpensive apartment. Plan to save a little something from every paycheck, and put together a nice, cash only, “oh shit” fund for when the car breaks down, or there’s dental work required, or something like that. READ MORE

How do I achieve financial freedom?

Although there are plenty of “teachers” out there who try to make financial freedom sound so complicated just to get started, it’s actually quite simple. In fact, there are only three ways that you can achieve financial freedom: Increase Income Decrease Expenses Leverage High Return Opportunities That’s it. Before we can dive into the different READ MORE

Besides owning your own business and investing, what else can someone do to become financially independent?

Retirement isn’t dependent on how much you make The amount of income you earn isn’t the largest factor in how long it will take for you to retire. Someone who earns $100,000 per year but spends $100,000 – or more likely $110,000 – isn’t going to get to retire any earlier than anyone else. But READ MORE