François, 59, from Switzerland wants to retire at age 60. Should he withdraw his 2nd pillar as a pension or as a lump sum? A case study.
Travel health insurance is one of those things you shouldn’t really save on. It’s mostly cheap and sometimes one case in a decade more than covers all the contributions you made.
Mr RIP quits. He doesn’t. He quits. He doesn’t. He does. No. Yes. Maybe. He does. Maybe.. When? …But the truly interesting questions is: will he use the resignation letter FIWE participants wrote him a couple of years ago in Timisoara? HahahaaaaTell us Mr RIP 🙂
Investing in the stock market is a good way to make your money work for you, to protect against inflation and to reach financial independence. Understanding the basics of stock market investing should be part of the education system in my view. So here’s a nice intro for beginners.
There are people who love dividends and others who hate them (yes, they have their arguments). This post from Ken helps us understand the dividend strategy and I think we should all get more familiar with it.
I don’t think we need to panic, but it’s good to understand a bit of economics and financial analysis.
Current bond yields are much lower than historical ones. So if you base your retirement on historical data and you’re investing in bonds, you might want to read this detailed analysis by The Poor Swiss.
It was about time that somebody wrote an investing glossary. Thanks Mr The Poos Swiss.
Were you wondering what the heck happened to Mr RIP that he started “timing the market” recently? In his new post he reveals his next steps and his relationship with dividend investing.