The math behind early retirement.
This article is meant mostly for those who are new to FI but it also serves as a reminder for old FI-ers to visualise what compound interest and making a habit out of saving money can do.
All though the title is a bit cheesy, the post goes through some calculations that could be relevant for many who live or want to live in Germany.
Events October 2020 The best thing in our community is to connect and meet in real life. There are many FIRE-related events and meetups here in Europe that are worth checking out – it’s a chance to meet your cult! At https://firehub.eu/events/ we try to centralize all of them in the form of an event calendar. You can check out the published ones for October by following the link or looking at the picture below: Upcoming Events London FI Oct Online…
Will there be negative interest rates and should the safe withdrawal rate be adapted? A grumpy Shrink fears for his FIRE plan.
Can one income be enough for a family of three to cover all costs and still be on the path to financial independence? One person still working, the other one staying at home – what impact has this on the family finances, on FIRE plans, but also on a social and emotional level? Mrs. MoneyHacker has thought about all these aspects and shares her experiences so far. And no, she is not the one to stay at home! Her article…
Useful stuff if you live or want to move to Switzerland
There is no one-size-fits-all solution to beat inflation, but Michael presents a few ideas. Before, he explains what inflation is with a few nice graphs (a pint of draught lager for 1£!)