Get ready to save money! If you are ready to learn about FIRE financial independence retire early this is the place to start! You first need to slash expenses. If you click a link or make a purchase I may be compensated as an affiliate with no additional cost to you.
Cash Back on Groceries (Free App)
This app is a MUST! I shop at Aldi and Kroger and I use Fetch Rewards app to get cash back on groceries. You just scan your receipts after shopping and get points. Then you redeem your points for gift cards! Download the app from the App Store and use my referral code after you register in the app and we both get credits!!!
Money Tracker (Free)
When starting on your financial freedom journey you need to organize all of your accounts in one place. I recommend you download this free app from Personal Capital to start organizing all of your money in one place so you can easily see your net worth and spending habits. Download it here today!
Personal Finance Workbook
THIS IS WHAT I USE! I created this electronic personal finance budget template to be simple and easy to use for budgeting and wealth building. It includes a 30 minute video overview that details some of the most important concepts in the Financial Independence Retire Early movement. Learn how to calculate your FIRE number, create a spending plan (budget), calculate your savings rate to determine when you can be financially independent, track your net worth and estimate how your nest egg will grow year over year and much more!
Mobile phone service for $15 a month! Mint Mobile!
I switched from Verizon to Mint Mobile. My iPhoneX is paid off and I wasn’t on any contract (but don't worry, you can get an iPhone through Mint Mobile). Mint Mobile is a flat $15 a month (4GB Plan, I average about 2GB) and it runs on the T-Mobile network. I have noticed no difference in service from Verizon. I love it! You can try it out before cutting off your current service. That’s what I did. Click here now!