One of the most important questions to ask when starting something new should be, “What can I expect?” If the new thing is a medication, you ask about any changes you may notice, side effects, drug interactions, etc. If it’s a new service, you’ll want to know how much it will cost and what type … Continue reading The infiBudget in Action!
Recently, I sold my car and bought an older, much more generic car. While not an incredible life decision in and of itself, it represented a lot more to me than one might think. The car represented the carrot (somewhat literally when you look at it) at the end of the stick that drove me … Continue reading Switching Gears – The Start of My FI Journey
Now, it's time to make your own infiBudget! What You'll Need: The infiBudget spreadsheet for your current situation (Single or Couple) Your recurring bills Your paycheck 2-3 bank accounts (at least 2 of which are checking accounts) Estimated living expenses for necessities outside recurring expenses (food, clothes, gas, etc.) Optional: Financial tracking software such as … Continue reading Making Your Own infiBudget