I know, some readers are tired by these “side hustle” posts. But, as someone who did many of these, I truly believe that sidehustles can catapult you into financial independence. There’s absolutely no excuse for trying some out. Thanks Ken.
Although for many readers this question is clear, it’s good to cover the basics again and again for all those people who ar enew to investing.
Yes, it’s worth looking at what successful people do, what their habits are. Some might not fit our lifestyle, others could be the key to reaching our goals or even setting the right goals. Read on…
How to Onboard Your Partner on a Common Budget and on the Financial Independence Dream | Step 4 — The Great Leap | Mustachian Post
This is Mr MP’s fourth article in a series about bringing your partner onto the same page about FI goals.
While the title is quite catchy, as usual for The Poor Swiss, I would say that this is another quite good article you should read. Do you agree with all his points? I don’t. And I’m looking forward to discussions.
The Poor Swiss tries to reproduce the results of the Trinity Study (on safe withdrawal rates) but uses more recent data and considers longer periods (up to 50 years). I think this is very useful stuff! Read on…
It’s always nice to see how much others are spending, isn’t it? If you want to get shocked by swiss expenses, here’s Mustachian Post’ 2018 spending report. Enjoy!
Would you like to dive into the brain of a millionaire in the middle of a midlife crisis? Meet Mr RIP.
Ok, the post title is a bit cheeky I think, but I also think that you should think about these points if you’re on the way to FI.
If you invest in index funds/ETFs and you’d like to understand how safe or risky it is to rely on the stockmarket, you need to know about the trinity study. The Poor Swiss gives us an overview.