1000000CHF, a long-time member of The Mustachian Post Forum, tells his story.
Meagan chronicles how her relationship with her husband has evolved over the years in terms of their personal finances. There are some interesting insights into how they both came round to the same way of thinking from very different starting points.
The British Woman Who Became Financially Independent in Her Mid-30s in London | Money for the Modern Girl
In the latest installment of her Women Who FIRE series, Sonia interviews N about her journey to FI and what she does with her life now that she doesn’t have to work for money.
Lane runs through the basic concepts of what financial independence is, and what it is not.
TFS has had his last day at work. How is he doing so far?
Andy quit his job just before coronavirus hit. How is he coping in this new world of ours and what are his plans for the future?
The FIRE Shrink discusses the changes in the markets this week. Animal lovers will find bears, bulls and a black swan in the article.
I have read several “how I’ll reach Financial Independence in just 5 years” posts. Most of them were written by young, high-earning men who lived very frugally and didn’t include children in their calculations. The article that received the most interest here on FIREhub.eu last month deals with exactly the same topic of retiring early in 5 years, but is written by a married man in his late forties who has a big family of 6 children (yes, six!). His…