Saving Is The Easy Part: Our Retirement Drawdown Strategy

When it comes to financial independence and retiring early, accumulating money is only half the story. Once you have reached your retirement number and leave the rat race, you have to decide how you are going to get all of your money out of these accounts to cover your annual costs for your way l...

The Expat’s Guide to Tax Equalization

As an expat living abroad, you are responsible for paying taxes in both your country of residence, and if you are a citizen of a worldwide taxing country like the US, you are also responsible for home country taxes. Tax equalization is the process of your employer helping with preparation and pay...

The Ultimate Budgeting Guide for Beginners

Budgeting is a topic that scares many people. To live by a budget is to live in constant fear of going over and to have to monitor your spending so that you can always be on-budget. Budgeting really is not a scary concept and I am here to show you why. What is a Budget? A budget is a plan. When y...

8 Killer Personal Finance Apps

Do you have trouble keeping track of your finances? Does it seem like too much work to track everything, reconcile your bills every month, check up on your bank accounts and investment accounts? Well, there is help out there. There are a ton of different solutions for tracking your finances and m...

June 2017 Atypical Life Income Report

Welcome to the sixth monthly income and expense report from the Atypical Life family. We are pleased to share this with all of you, so that you may have the inspiration to achieve financial independence and freedom from the man sooner. As an atypical family, this income and expense report will lo...

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join the tribe to receive updates from Atypical Life.

Success! Check your inbox for our confirmation. 

As Seen On:

Top Modest Money Finance Blogs
Follow