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Interviews are Back!

Posted: 19 Sep 2016 02:05 AM PDT

Back in the day, I used to run several reader interview posts that were very popular here at Free Money Finance.

Well, it's my pleasure to announce they are back!!

The series are:

  • Reader Profiles -- These were interviews with readers of all sorts, asking about their current finances, plans for the future, and their best financial advice. Reader Profile: KP was the most recent one completed.
  • Millionaire Interviews -- As you might imagine, these were interviews with people who had at least $1 million in net worth. We asked how they became millionaires, what their future goals were, details on current efforts, and the like. I completed 22 of them with the last one here. I also wrote a summary of what we learned from the interviews and it can be found at What We've Learned from Millionaires
  • Six Figure Interviews -- These were interviews with people who made at least $100,000 a year and I did 16 of them. The last one was appropriately named Six Figure Interviews 16
  • Retiree Interviews -- This wasn't much of a series -- only two were completed -- but I would like to interview more retirees about how they retired, when, what they are doing in retirement, etc. The last one I did was Retiree Interviews 2.

I'm now accepting new contributions for all of these.

In addition, if you completed one in the past and would like to do an update, you can do that as well (I already have a couple of these in the hopper).

To be featured in one of these, simply send me an email saying which you'd like to be featured in and I'll get back to you with some instructions.

Should be lots of fun!


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