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Sam Dogen, the founder of Financial Samurai, spent ten years working in the finance industry, studied economics at William & Mary, got his MBA from UC Berkeley, saved aggressively, diversified his investments, and retired aged 34. Sam joins me on the Paychecks and Balances podcast to share his philosophy of ‘save until it hurts’ and why that idea is central to how he lives his life. He discusses why he started the Financial Samurai blog and the tipping point that made him sure that it would be successful. Sam and I also dive into the detail of his recent article on wealth, opportunity, and racial discrimination and discuss why he is so passionate about working to safeguard his children’s futures.
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