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As if you needed a reason to retire early, you'd be surprised by how many don't actually take the jump into financial freedom due to fears of financial instability, not knowing what to do with so much free time or just not wanting to change everything so suddenly. FIRE,...
In as much as adults keep struggling every day with the concept of money management, in schools, nobody teaches your children the importance of saving money. This article will show you 5 ways to teach your kids or yourself about saving money. Start With Wages: Giving allowances to young children without requiring...
Trading isn't easy. Far from it. It requires a whole lot of studying, experience, and patience. While you can force yourself to learn technical analysis or the fundamentals of investment, it's hard to master them and, even then, you're still bound to make some mistakes. The truth is that...
Retirement is probably years away for most people, but once you do get to retire keeping yourself busy can seem quite difficult. Today we enlist 5 things to do after retirement so your life never gets boring 5. According to Dr. Phil, health is a key factor to all of us,...
John wakes up at the same time every morning. Quick breakfast at 9.15 while watching news headlines, then takes Rico, his loyal black Labrador, for a brisk walk in the field behind his modest house. John is back inside by 10.30am at the latest, and with 12 or 13...
If you are worried about what will happen to your many hobbies after you retire early and how you will manage to sustain them then this article should help lessen your worries. A lot of people want to keep their hobbies even after ditching their day job and if...
A defining moment in a young person’s life is their first job. I remember getting my first job after finishing university. The thing I was most looking forward to was getting paid and having some money to spend. But getting paid was only half the story. Along with the...
What are you most afraid of? Seriously, think about it! But don’t just think about it, let’s actually talk about your fears. Usually, when you decide to turn your life around and start a new habit, it is generally hard. It is surely more difficult for some than it...
Whether you are interested in the FIRE community or just a regular investor looking to grow your investment portfolio, then sit tight and learn from one of the greatest investors of the 21st century. John Bogle may have died almost two weeks ago, but his words of wisdom will always...
What is a Tax Nomad? Death and taxes. Two words that are facts for everyone. But is this true? While death eventually comes for all, taxes can be avoided with some effort. One way to avoid taxes is to become what is called a ‘Tax Nomad’. A tax nomad is...
You want to gain Financial freedom and Retire Early? I know just the right blogs that can help achieve that. Let me tell you the top 5 FIRE blogs I found super helpful. Retire By 40 Joe Udo retired from his Computer Engineering career at 38 and has been blogging since...
Akaisha and Billy are one of the pioneer FIRE couples who retired at the ages of 38 in the 90s, nearly 30 years ago when the early retirement frenzy did not make waves. They have been through every known FIRE struggle you could think of and they poured out...
Did you know that an average person has about 3 credit cards? YES!!! I have credit cards, you have credit cards, we all have credit cards. But, do you know how to save money with your credit card?  No? Never wondered? Keep reading to find out 3 credit card hacks to...
We all know the common phrase “sharing is caring” but when we share something with someone else, does it immediately translate to caring? Should you share your FIRE plans and winning with friends and family? In this, we will explore the responses these Redditors got after sharing their Financial...
Happy New Year guys, so its that time of the year again when you will start hearing loads of New Year resolutions. Some will be realistic while others will be absolutely unrealistic plans for 2019. In this video, you will find out if your resolutions are realistic or not. Getting Organised: This...
While the world goes through one of the worse crises in modern times, the stock market is being profoundly affected as well. The coronavirus pandemic is shaking every single economy around the globe at an alarming rate, representing a grave issue for governments. The unfortunate rate in which the...
40k of your retirement money can last you less than a year or over three years - depending on which country you choose, which is why I came up with this research and found 7 countries that will give you the most bang for your retirement buck. 7. Lisbon, Portugal:...
To work from home is a goal many people have set as part of their 2020 resolutions. When asked to choose, millennials are known for leaning towards getting more time to themselves than money, which is why remote jobs are increasing at a rapid pace.   Deciding on how to begin...
Being broke is okay. Being broke without a plan to break the cycle is not. Here are the 5 ways to know that ‘dude’ you are broke. Living Paycheck-Paycheck: If you are spending every ‘dinero’ you take home as salary or wage, then sweetheart you are, by definition, broke. In other...
There are certain things that most people take for granted on the path of life. Finishing school. Going to college or university. Getting a good job. Getting married. Buying a house. But as society changes, it is worth looking at whether these are things that everyone should strive for...
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