Akaash's Referral Links

Products described below are all ones that I love and use. The referral links here cost you nothing and potentially benefit both of us via a small perk ($ bonus, extended trial, etc.)

I appreciate you using my links and hope you love these products like I do!

šŸ’µ Investing / Money Management

Wealthfront - Put your investments on autopilot with various accounts available (IRAs, investment, 509, etc.) and sophisticated strategies used for you. For anyone looking to invest but intimidated by self-managing investments, outsource the whole task with Wealthfront. Great advanced strategies (like tax-loss-harvesting) included with Wealthfront, too.

AltoIRA - I've always loved the idea of a self-directed IRA to dabble in alternative asset classes (art, real estate, music royalties, etc.). AltoIRA is a budding startup with a number of impressive partners that these alternative assets approachable and economical (SDIRAs can be expensive with other custodians!).

šŸ’² Cryptocurrencies / NFTs

Voyager - New kid on the block in the world of crypto exchanges. I'm starting to move most of my crypto holdings here and making all of my new purchases here. Unique features include the ability to earn interest on crypto holdings (how about 5% annually on BTC?!) and place special order types (limit orders, stop loss, etc.).

šŸ’³ Credit Cards

(longer post on Travel Hacking coming soon)

šŸ§³ Travel / Lodging / Hacks

AirBNB - If you know, you know. Terrific accommodations practically anywhere on the planet. I love booking 'entire place' style accommodations as a unique (and often more comfortable) alternative to hotels. Great trick especially in expensive hotel markets. Ask me about how important AirBNB was during our Digital Nomad lifestyle experiment in 2021!

šŸŒ¬ļø Clear (airport security) - the ultimate travel hack. These days, having TSA PreCheck for domestic travels is table stakes. Especially as the RealID deadline looms closer, Clear feels like the ultimate airport luxury. Speed through security (including TSA pre benefits) using only your fingerprint or retinal scan as your ID. I kid you not, I now (almost) never spend more than 2 minutes at airport security!