Dyer News Presents the Top 10 Personal Finance Articles for February 2022
Dyer News, based in Huntington Beach, CA, has announced the top 10 personal finance articles for February 2022. These include financial independence, retire early (FIRE) lessons, resources, and insights; articles about minimalism, such as financial minimalism and what to tell one’s 18-year-old self about minimalism; and various personal finance tips, such as the costs of getting a pet, delayed gratification versus delayed happiness, teaching money philosophies to kids, and more.
The FIRE movement is a lifestyle movement that has become popular among millennials in the 2010s. It has been gaining in popularity in online communities through blogs, online discussion forums, podcasts, and more. Basically, FIRE involves optimizing the savings rate by looking for ways to increase income and reducing expenses, plus making investments designed to increase wealth and/or income. The goal is to accumulate enough assets that provide passive income until such time that this passive income can handle all living expenses, allowing the individual to retire early. One of the articles is from Aussie Firebug and it describes the 10 lessons learned from 10 years of focusing on financial independence. In another article, Kevin Keenan recommends the top 5 FIRE books to read. And in another article, Joe from Retire by 40 examines whether financial independence is really required in order to retire early. All in all, the articles discussed offer money management tips, which is vital in achieving financial independence.
The practice of financial minimalism involves buying or investing only in those things that add value to one’s life. Money should not be spent on things that are not needed in order to survive. There are a number of things that a person can do to practice financial minimalism.
In one of the notable articles about minimalism, Joshua Becker at Becoming Minimalist, lists the 100 things he would tell his 18-year-old-self with regards to minimalism. And in another minimalism article, Jewels at One Frugal Girl discusses 10 how-to tips on practicing financial minimalism.
Five articles in the top 10 articles offer personal finance tips. In one article, Kyle Burbank from Money@30 takes a look at the costs of adopting a pet dog. In another article that is found in Money Flamingo, the author examines whether the principle of delayed gratification may not really be a good idea because it delays happiness. In a third article, found on Frugalwoods, it shows how to teach kids about money and establish a family money philosophy. In the fourth article, John at Action Economics presents the 10 things that he learned from his vending machine business. And in the fifth article, Vicky Monroe from Everybody Loves Your Money shares the many ways in which frugality has been beneficial for her.
Personal finance has to do with managing money properly. It involves budgeting, insurance, banking, investments, home finance, tax and estate planning, and retirement planning. It is about having long-term personal goals and gradually reaching them through the accomplishment of short-term financial goals. It has to do with maximizing income, minimizing expenses, and being proactive with expected expenses, such as a child’s college education. There are actually only a few schools that teach about personal finance, which is why online resources like Dyer News can provide a lot of help to people who want to learn. Smart personal finance has to do with coming up with strategies that include budgeting, paying off debt, using credit cards wisely, creating an emergency fund, saving for retirement, and more.
Founded in 2015, Dyers News focuses on those topics that are vital for entrepreneurs/side-hustlers and small business owners. It offers personal finance news, tips, and reviews on the various apps, tools, and services that will help entrepreneurs earn more, run their business better, save money, and plan for retirement. Their goal is to help people reach their long-term financial goals by optimizing all of the small steps that ultimately add up to the accomplishment of a long-term financial goal.
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