At the end of his apprenticeship, how has Fu Mon Chu’s 20 year old son progressed with his savings? The plan was to save 50% of his income, which will be the basis for his way to FI.
+100 bars and a supermodel in our Blog Post of the Month: candy for your eyes if you’re into charts and numbers! Marc aka Earlyretireman documents his journey to early retirement on Finance Your FIRE, where he shares his networth, goals and portfolio (more bars, and also pie charts). For the article “FIRE! The ultimate charts“, Marc went over his FIRE numbers (once again): accumulation and withdrawal phase, the value of his stocks, you name it. He thoroughly goes through the…
An “investment which pays over and over again”. Kate has already made this investment several times and writes about common misconceptions and the huge benefits of life coaching.
Our statistics revealed that the article with the most clicks in December appeared on the blog “Eyes on the Goal“. Kate app started the blog two years ago to document her journey to FI in only 5 years. Which article received the most clicks on FIREhub.eu to become the blog post of the month for December 2018? Read on and we’ll tell you!In the article “Update on The Goal: 2 Years In“, Kate celebrates her achievements (don’t worry, no boring…
Kate and Seb, a couple in their 40s with one young daughter, asked Ken from @thehumblepenny at what age they can realistically hope to retire. In this detailed case study, Ken goes through their numbers to show them they are in a good place. Not only that, he also shares the logic and calculations he used, so that we can apply them to our own personal situations.
@thepoorswiss has put together a brief clear article about the things you could (and should) do to reach FI. Listen to him!
Carl from MoneyMow has joined forces with his wife on journey to financial freedom. They will start reporting on a monthly basis on the progress of three goals they have set for themselves. Have a look yourself what are these goals and how far are they?
Are you close to the holy grail of FIRE? Do you have a plan what will you do with all the freed up time of 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year and year after year? If not consider all options as you may find that early retirement does not work out wonderfully for many people who try it.