Legal Mumbo Jumbo

I was once upon a time a licensed attorney. I’m inactive now. I’ve seen some things.  People sue other people all the time for dumb stuff. I’d like to avoid that if possible.

I pulled together a few policies to inform you, the reader, and protect me, the blogger. If you have any questions or concerns about any of this stuff, contact me!


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  1. Hi Justin,

    I’m a retiree in my 60’s and started reading your blog a few months ago. Although I haven’t read each and every page, I was looking for the investments you are invested in…not so much the dollar amount. Is this posted somewhere on your site?

    I’m looking for ideas in both taxable and nontaxable accounts.

    What a great trip you and your family experienced!


  2. Hi Justin,

    Could you share how you bill your clients, track your consulting time and expenses for your business for tax purposes? I am looking for affordable software or an app that can do this. Any reccomendations Will be greatly appreciated!

    1. I email a paypal link 🙂 Very simple but I’m not doing a high volume of clients either. As for tracking expenses and income, I have a spreadsheet in google sheets. Again, I’m doing very low volumes so manually keeping track of this stuff isn’t too bad.

  3. Hi Justin,

    First off, I wanted to say I’ve been following your journey for about three years now and I’m inspired by how you were able to retire early and stay retired.

    I had a question regarding your home mortgage status (if you do have one still). Do you still have a mortgage and if so, how are you tracking it on a monthly basis? Do you have a specific time line that you want to pay it off? If you do not have one, how fast/aggressive were you in paying the mortgage off? The main reason why I’m asking is because I don’t see it tracked in your monthly reports.

    Thank you

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