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Retired Before Tired is a financial blog focused on investments, personal finances and saving money.

Writing content on investing, personal finances and saving money since 2018, Retired Before Tired is a financial blog focused on the ways people can enjoy financial freedom well before their normal retirement ages. There are articles written on investing in stocks, how to grow capital in real estate, and and some of the best practices to save money day to day. This blog gives you key information on financial information that can help you succeed in life, making sure your personal finances don’t interfere with you from living your best life possible.

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How To Make Money In Real Estate

The method is the most hands on method of investing. However, if you do it smart (duh), investing in real estate can generate additional sources of income and grow your savings. As an individual who has literally grown up and lived in the real estate world, I see first hand the few positives and mostlyContinue Reading

18 Ways to Make Extra Money

Finding a second source of income may be one of the fastest ways you can achieve financial freedom early in life. This is because most jobs are limited to a set amount of hours with a maximum pay. With housing and living expenses eating into the bulk of your savings, there is only a setContinue Reading

How to Invest Your Money Safely

Is there anyway to invest your money safely? Absolutely. God-forbid that you put your money in a GIC or let the bulk of it sit cash. You sadly won’t even beat inflation. If you can’t beat inflation you mine as well just burn some of that saved cash every year. Does that paint an awfulContinue Reading

Differences Between a TFSA and an RRSP

A TFSA or an RRSP is not a glorified savings account. Nor is a place to store your money to be used on the latest Mexico vacation or home makeover. A tax free savings account (TFSA) should be used to grow your money in a tax free shelter. This is the same with an RRSP.Continue Reading

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