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After earning an undergraduate degree in Economics and a Master of Arts in Management at Wake Forest University, Josh has paid off over $80k in student loan debt in 3 years. Josh wants to help people make smarter decisions by sharing the lessons he's learned about brand/career building, making the most of college, and pursuing financial independence.

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Rethinking The Traditional Concept Of Retirement

| February 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Rethinking The Traditional Concept Of Retirement

What is the first thing that pops into your mind when picturing the retirement phase of life? For me, I think of nursing homes, AARP, shuffleboard, maybe some fishing or a similar hobby. For decades, the traditional mold has been retiring at 65-70 and living out your remaining years from there. The more you think about […]

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FIRE: Basics For Your Retirement Game Plan

| September 8, 2017 | 0 Comments
FIRE: Basics For Your Retirement Game Plan

You want to retire early but don’t know how. You want to be financially independent but don’t know how. Here’s the deal: the rules of FIRE (financial independence / retire early) are easy to follow, but the execution of your retirement game plan requires complete focus and discipline. The 4% Rule The 4% rule is the glue […]

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