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Can I Afford to Take a Sabbatical?
A great article on the EP Blog by our very own Carrie Sax. We all want to take a sabbatical, but the question is… “Can I afford to take a sabbatical?” Read it and find out.
We’ve been talking about Passive Tools and Simple Rules… but we all hear the siren’s song. Here are 9 reminders for passive investors who feel they might, for the slightest moment, be missing out on something.
One reason that creating a financial plan (thoughtfully and rationally), and sticking to that plan when it gets emotional, is so important to long-term financial outcomes.
This is why we stick with the idea of owning good businesses. Value and profitability go out of favor for a while when other things seem sexier… but they always come back into vogue eventually.
Another Berkeley story becomes national news. What can you do when a small city is overrun annually by an ever-increasing number of students? I don’t think forcing lower admissions is the right answer. What do you think?
We have a lot fewer hours than we think to do the things we love and to spend time with the people we care about. Make sure your choices acknowledge the time limits.
Whatever your age, if you seek financial independence, then there are three things you need:
1. Your independence number
2. A resilient “all-weather” portfolio – what we call a Mindful Portfolio
3. A responsive withdrawal process – what we call Mindful Management
If you are not clear about any of these items, I hope you will join us for our Financial Independence Bootcamp where we will answer each of these questions together.
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