Posts Tagged ‘travel’

The Worldview of the Financially Independent

What started as a grand idea has morphed into a changed worldview. For decades I focused on the local community in my practice. I would speak for various organizations around the area, rarely traveling more than 50 miles. And I was happy with that. My speaking engagements and traveling expanded during the 1990s when I…

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Get Paid to Take a Vacation

Mrs. Accountant and I recently went on a business trip. Like most business trips we invested time, but no money. The trip was better than free; we came home with more money than we started with and did nothing crazy like house-sitting or couch surfing. We enjoyed meals at excellent restaurants and slept in 3…

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Advantages of Living on the Road

Come with me on a journey where taxes no longer apply. Fifteen to twenty years ago I made it a mission to get people out of paying state taxes. Income taxes are the most obvious, but there are litanies of other taxes states levy against the people. Over the last few decades I estimate I…

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Camp Mustache III Roundup

There is a raggedy band that gathers in the hills east of Seattle every year over the Memorial Day holiday in the States. From around the planet they gather, each with their own unique story. I was one of those stories. Camp Mustache III was a resounding success again this year as Joe, Kristin, and…

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