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We retired in our 30's and now travel the world full time, and show you how to do the same. We share stories of our adventures, great photos, our full budget, and examples of how to get started yourself

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Latest Blog Posts for Go Curry Cracker!

  • The Fear Tax
    on Dec 13, 2016 in Taxes philosophy taxes
    Every year, Americans pay millions of dollars in extra tax. Because they are concerned about or fearful of an audit, they decline to claim deductions they are fully and legally entitled to. This is the Fear Tax. Because I write a lot about our own ta...
  • How To Get Maximum Hotel ValueDisclosure: this page contains affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and make a purchase, we will receive an affiliate commission. Discounts on the stuff you are going to buy anyway are a beautiful thing. But time … Continue readin...
  • 16 Months, 16 Countries
    on Sep 6, 2016 in Travel
    GCCjr recently achieved the ripe old age of 16 months. By coincidence, he also recently visited his 16th country. (Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Vatican City, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, UK, Ireland,...
  • Retirement Has Already Cost Us At Least $5 Million
    on Jul 11, 2016 in Finances economics
    When the dessert cart rolls around after dinner, difficult decisions must be made. “If I eat the tiramisu… then I won’t have room for gelato*… And what is this? A complementary serving of limoncello!?” In economics parla...
  • Book Review: The Simple Path to Wealth
    on Jun 20, 2016 in Finances book review finances investing
    I’ve read a lot of books in my day. A large part of childhood was spent with my nose firmly between the pages of one tome or another. I loved how the Hardy Boys and Sherlock Holmes discovered the truths … Continue reading → The post Boo...
  • Snail Mail and Paper Checks in the 21st Century
    on May 27, 2016 in Travel checks mail
    Nearly 45 years ago the first email was sent. Around the same time, banks began transferring money electronically. So it makes perfect sense that in the year Two Thousand and Sixteen we still chop down trees, process them into paper, … Continue...
  • Reflections of 2015, And Then They Were Three
    on Apr 17, 2016 in Finances Travel
    2015 was our 3rd full year as itinerant idlers. Although… for most of the year we were in Taipei, Taiwan, where we welcomed our first child into the world. Being in one location for an extended period provided a lot … Continue reading ...
  • I Couldn’t Care Less About My Credit ScorePrior to 3 weeks ago, I hadn’t seen my credit score in more than 12 years. I couldn’t care less about it. In fact, I don’t even need one. And yet this strange and mysterious number seems to loom over … Continue reading →...
  • The Go Curry Cracker 2015 Taxes
    on Mar 28, 2016 in Finances child tax credit ROTH taxes
    It is that time of year again. Time to pay the tax man. At least for most people. For the past two years we have shared our tax returns (2013, 2014), showing investment income of nearly $100,000 and a Federal … Continue reading → The post...
  • The GCC Asset Allocation
    on Mar 22, 2016 in Finances asset allocation investing
    A year ago, I was evaluating moving our portfolio to 100% equities. Posterity will appreciate it. A lot has changed since then, so I wanted to share an update. Year-End House Cleaning While reviewing our taxes in December 2015, I … Continue rea...
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