Dagoberts Nichte takes you along on her way to FIRE. The goal is still years away but there are many finance topics to uncover and discuss in the meantime. The blog focuses on the philosophical and social questions associated with reaching financial independence and retiring early as well as the practical things specific to the FIRE-journey in Germany. | Ein Blog über meinen Weg zu FIRE – Financial Independence Retire Early.
P2P-Banking is a leading industry news blog on marketplace lending. Reaching an international audience the blog features interviews with industry leaders. CEOs of several European platforms have contributed guest posts. A highlight is the monthly overview table of loan originations by platform.
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Finanzen? Erklärt! is about achieving financial independence with equity investments. The author sees financial independence as a two-stage process: the accumulation stage which is then followed by the capital consumption stage. Although the blog addresses the whole lifecycle of financial independence, the focus is on the development and presentation of innovative withdrawal strategies that allow for maximum capital consumption while minimizing the risk of bankruptcy.
GetFI is a blog focused on Financial Independence (not as much on Retire Early). It is a blog by an Indian immigrant in Germany, and his struggle to navigate through the specifics of becoming FI here. The blog aims to be a both a guide and support for its readers who are taking on similar goals.
Hiya, I’m a German blogger, sharing the knowledge I gained on my path to FI(RE), and my thoughts on the good life – hence the subline in the blog’s name. I retired from the corporate world just before my 49th birthday to pursue ventures directed by my interests rather than the need to earn a high income. I’d love to inspire and motivate you along your own personal finance journey. See you on the blog!
This blog follows the thinking and journey to financial independence of a European (and now Brit too!) living in London. Married with one young child, I write about earning more, saving more and investing smartly while living in a HCL (high cost of living) area, taking examples directly from my life. In particular I cover ways to increase your income through work, redundancies and side hustles, savings and tax avoidance strategies, and being smart about your food costs and cooking.
You can read Sonia’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
You can listen to Sonia’s interview on the FI Europe Podcast here.
Matthias is financially free and doesn’t depend on working as an employee. He doesn’t want to sell you anything and writes his blog for himself (it’s your own fault if you read it). | Objektiv betrachtet ist Matthias finanziell frei und von keiner angestellten Tätigkeit abhängig. Er will hier nichts verkaufen und schreibt sein Blog für sich (selbst schuld wenn du das ließt).