Lazy Man and Money, Anything But Lazy
September 12th, 2011
This anonymous blogger, who will stay unnamed, has been sharing detailed insights on his financial life for over half a decade. Anything but what his name suggests, Lazy Man and Money, is a favorite among industry gurus and the everyday joe looking to solve his money problems.
Fascinated with personal finance since first discovering his parent’s Kiplinger’s Magazine in the 7th grade. Lazy Man and Money focuses on how one can use the Pareto Principle to get the most value for their money. This passion from a young age has paid off, with his many broad topics – ranging from investing to saving money on cell phone bills have lead to coverage in Yahoo Finance, Globe and Mail and Lifehacker.
Behind Lazy Man and Money: Founded September 2006, Lazy Man and Money (http://www.lazymanandmoney.com/) is a personal journal where the writer explores how he can not only save, but increase his net worth in the process. Topics covered, include: banking, budgeting, career, credit, debt, entrepreneurship, investing, taxes, real estate, insurance, spending, retirement, and estate planning.
Inspiration: Inspired by his wife, our anonymous blogger hopes to be able to retire at the same time. She will be eligible to earn pension with her military service at age 44.