Jason Fieber, Mr. Free at 33

“Being a teacher in childcare, there’s little left after paying bills. We don’t have life or health insurance. I don’t want to be so stressed out over money issues.”

A new subscriber recently wrote to us about her stressful financial situation. In short, she doesn’t have enough money to last until her next payday and she’s looking for a solution so she can relax a little. Because some readers may be in similar situations, we’ve asked Jason Fieber — who went from below broke at 27 years old to essentially retired at 33 — to share his best ideas on the subject…

“I’m almost 60 and looking to get out of aggressive investments and into some guaranteed things…”

A new subscriber recently wrote to us asking about the allocation of his investments. In short, he’s nearing 60 years old and looking to get out of some aggressive investments and into some guaranteed ones. Because his financial situation may resonate with some of our readers, we’ve asked Jason Fieber — who went from below broke at 27 years old to essentially retired at 33 — to share his best ideas on the subject.

“I need to generate $21,000 in income to pay my daughter’s freshman college tuition. The need is great.”

A mother recently wrote to us telling us about her need to generate enough income to pay for her daughter’s freshman college tuition. Because her financial situation may resonate with some of our readers, we’ve asked Jason Fieber –who went from below broke at 27 years old to financially independent at 33 — to share his best ideas on the subject.