Compound interest, dollar-cost averaging, time in the market vs. timing the market – if this doesn’t sound familiar to you, Radical FIRE’s article is perfect for you.
Saving Ninja has launched an exciting new project to help you get your finances in order. Hop over to his site to join up.
During 5 morning sessions, The Escape Artist explained Financial Independence to construction workers without mentioning the term Financial Independence. Because FI should not only be for the middle class.
Mr RIP launched a free life coaching service a few weeks ago (applications are now closed). He made an analysis of the people who asked for his help. Wanna know? Read on…
The CashflowCop has put together an extensive and well-structured beginner’s guide to Financial Independence. It includes a calculator and also some thoughts that are interesting not only for newbies.
Ken from The Humble Penny explains what compound interest is and provides a free calculator.
Thought experiment by Cashflow Cop: what if his children were 14 or 16 years old and had their first part time job, would he ask them to pay a rent? Or if they were 18 simply kick them out of the family home? He eventually finds an intelligent solution that shows his love.
Lukas considers who is ultimately responsible for providing financial education to children.
Let’s talk about inflation with Mr TPS!
We hear a lot about the power of compounding and I think it’s good to have a nice in-depth-analysis from time to time about it. Have you heard about the rule of 72?