Achieve Your Financial Goals With This Overlooked Technique

Mr. Enchumbao

I work for a large investment management company helping people save for traditional retirement. During my spare time, I help others save for financial independence and early retirement by writing for Enchumbao. My journey to FI began in 2012. I was in a lot of debt back then, but I turned things around and became debt free a few years later. My wife and I reached financial independence in 2017 and are preparing to retire by 2020.

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5 Responses

  1. Stephanie says:

    Great article. I try to reduce my temptations to spend in the food dept by having plans as well. I have a staple of snacks near my desk, which usually involve fruit, nuts, or a cup of tea. I also bought a single serve coffee maker (not Keurig, just a regular coffee grounds machine) for work that has saved me hundreds over the past 2 years.

    • Thank you. Having snacks around is definitely a great way to save at work. Those vending machines are budget killers and a lot of time don’t have the healthiest choices. Awesome ways to save there. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Thank you for sharing so much!

  3. Acton Ace says:

    Nice job! Overall, even though YOUR didn’t meet your stretch goals, you made tremendous progress! Life has a tendency to sometimes get in the way of accomplishing some of our goals, but it sounds like you regrouped and still came out ahead.

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