On La Hormiga Capitalista (The Capitalist Ant) I talk about financial independence: I explain in detail how I save half of my income, how I invest in index funds and how I pretend to achieve financial freedom. | La Hormiga Capitalista es un blog donde hablo sobre todo lo relacionado con la independencia financiera: te explico en detalle cómo ahorro la mitad de mi sueldo, cómo invierto en fondos indexados y cómo pretendo conseguir la libertad financiera.
A Spanish couple working their way to financial independence. Sharing advice on earning more, spending less and investing in a smart way. | Una pareja de españoles trabajando para llegar a la independencia financiera. Compartiendo consejos sobre ganar más, gastar menos e invertir inteligentemente.
I’m a married man in my late 40s with 6 children aged 9 to 19. I discovered FI quite late in life (I wish I’d known about it 30 years ago when I started work) and I’m desperate to implement the principles in my remaining working life. I aim to get to FI in 7-8 years. My greater motivation is to ensure my kids are aware of FI, especially my eldest who has just started in the world of work.
Cashflow Cop is a husband, daddy to two boys and a Police Officer. He writes about Financial Independence and looking to reach FI by 40. His blog is aims to document their family’s journey and lessons for their children.
You can read Cashflow Cop’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
After falling into the trap of lifestyle inflation, Mr. The Poor Swiss started looking into Financial Independence. He is now saving more than 40% of his income every month!
You can read The Poor Swiss’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.
You can listen to The Poor Swiss’s interview on the FI Europe Podcasthere.
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).
I am not typical of the FIRE community. Unlike many, I have already amassed significant wealth. And for me retirement does not mean to stop work. I want to ensure my wealth goes as far as possible; I want to enjoy my lifestyle without compromising (so-called fatFIRE, by some), and I want to have as much freedom as possible – for as much work or play as I want, where I want, when I went, with whom I want.