Caveman explains why he would like the decision to leave his job to be taken out of his hands.
One of the arguments a lot of people hear when they talk about saving for FI is that they should live for the moment because they might drop dead before they get to enjoy retirement. But how likely is that? Cheesy Finance looks at the statistics.
Bloggers on FIRE – iRetiredYoung In our Bloggers on FIRE series, we interview European FI bloggers to find out what makes them tick. Our aim is to build up a “who’s who” directory for the European FI blogging world. We hope you enjoy the series and discover some new blogs to follow. You can find a full list of our Bloggers on FIRE interviews here. Please briefly introduce yourself to FIREhub.eu readers Hi, I’m David. Somehow I’m 49 years old…
Please Welcome Our New Bloggers (April 2019) Another month has come to an end. Bring on the warmer weather! A warm welcome to the bloggers who joined our ranks throughout April. P.S. Don’t forget to give us feedback – what could we do better and what new features should we add to the site? Financial Independence Rocks! (Germany) Hiya, I’m a German blogger, sharing the knowledge I gained on my path to FI(RE), and my thoughts on the good life…
theFIREstarter reminds us all to enjoy the journey to FIRE.
Caveman’s parents paid for their whole family to go on holiday together one last time. In some cases, money can buy happiness.
David from I Retired Young has been doing some research on charitable giving and found out that it’s not that easy. #fiforimpact
Erith from Cracking Retirement takes exception to the people who say that once we reach FI we should stop doing anything that makes money. She argues that being FI gives people the freedom to choose what they do and what they do should be their own choice.
Mr Fight to FIRE has been digging into some statistics on how many generations it can take to climb the ladder from low income to middle income in different countries, and reflects that FIRE is out of reach for some people.