London FI March Meetup: The Maths & Mechanics of Financial Independence

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London FI March Meetup: The Maths & Mechanics of Financial Independence

March 4 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

This month we’re getting back to the basics of Financial Independence. If you’re new to the community, this is a great chance to meet people and learn about the FIRE movement. FI veterans welcome too, of course.

We’ll be talking about:

* What is ‘FIRE’?
* How do I reach FI? (the maths & mechanics of FI)
* Case studies & examples

The meetup will include a Q&A session, so if possible, please send us your questions in advance and we’ll try our best to answer them.

Everyone welcome, whatever your stage of the journey. The event is free to attend, but it’s essential to sign up so that we have an idea of numbers.


Caroline & Anders Hansen


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