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Want to retire early and be financially independent? Todd Tressider from Financial Mentor shows how you can create a path to wealth and ignore the noise.
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Finding Your Path to Financial Independence
While there are definitely circumstances which can stop us, there are many couples who could become financially independent.
Not saying they have perfect circumstances, but they do have an opportunity to make it.
We have Todd Tressider, founder of Financial Mentor, to help us out. He’ll share how you can gain a deeper understanding beyond the headline grabbing noise out there.
In this episode, we also get into:
- how to work together as a couple to become financially independent
- why so many budgets fail
- dispels some of the myths and misconceptions that can harm your finances
Hope you enjoy!
Meet Todd Tressider, Financial Mentor
Todd Tressider isn’t your usual personal finance writer. Many bloggers and columists have documented their journey, either starting when they are heavily in debt or when they’ve decided to begin to build their wealth.
Todd was financially independent when he began writing. He was able to retire at 35 because he followed the principles and advice he gives on Financial Mentor. There are plenty of resources including in-depth articles, his podcast, books, and courses.
Some of my personal favorites: