Saturday Linkage:

12/5/2020

  1. Tips for Transitioning into early retirement (the Dragon’s Fire); Good tips for those of us planning to retire early  in the near future.
  2. Lessons from Japan’s Lost Decade (Go Curry Cracker); Interesting notes on the 30+ years of market “stasis” and what you can do to avoid it in your investment future.
  3. Year End Financial Checklist (Women Who Money); Good list of things to do before or right after the new year.
  4. Sequence of Return risk – why you should care (budgets are sexy); depending on when you choose to retire, the 4% rule will be a breeze, or it may need to have adjustments.
  5. How to retire in 5 simple steps (the retirement manifesto); Good summary of the steps needed to accomplish prior to retirement.
  6. What I learned after spending over $6000 on learning development (Costa Rica Fire); Investing in yourself is often one of the best investments you can make
  7. Budget is not a dirty word (My tipid tips);
  8. The youths are coming for the housing market (a wealth of common sense); No sign yet that the housing market is going to collapse. Still not enough housing.
  9. A Simple year end tax checklist (Go curry cracker); Good steps to take at the end of the year to reduce your tax bill
  10. Mental models for career changes (fs blog); In the new year, with Covid going away, I wonder how many people will seek out new jobs?
  11. Secret life of supermarkets (npr.org); One of the miracles of the modern age – the ability of folks to get inexpensive, plentiful food, within a short distance of home.

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