Financial Independence

Finanzen Erklärt exp

Finanzen? Erklärt!

Finanzen? Erklärt! is about achieving financial independence with equity investments. The author sees financial independence as a two-stage process: the accumulation stage which is then followed by the capital consumption stage. Although the blog addresses the whole lifecycle of financial independence, the focus is on the development and presentation of innovative withdrawal strategies that allow for maximum capital consumption while minimizing the risk of bankruptcy.

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Backpack Finance exp

Backpack Finance

Hi, I’m Backpack Finance. It took me 5 years to reach financial independence through saving, investing and living the magical minimalist lifestyle. I now have the freedom to choose where and how I live my life with little to no concern for money and you can do it too. All it requires is some basic knowledge, a small push, some guts to go against the herd and viola, you are there.

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Uitklokken exp

Uitklokken

Uitklokken focuses on the journey towards financial independence and early retirement. The journey is so much more interesting than actually reaching your goals! The blog focuses on this journey from a Dutch perspective. Topics include investing, crowdlending/funding, mortgages, and pensions. Financial development is awesome! | Uitklokken richt zich op de reis naar financiële onafhankelijkheid en vroegpensioen. De reis is namelijk zoveel interessanter dan het daadwerkelijke halen van je doel! Dit blog kijkt naar deze reis vanuit Nederlands perspectief. Onderwerpen zijn…

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Bergfahrten exp

Bergfahrten

Businessman, investor, mountaineer and athlete, connoisseur and hobby cook, book, theater and film fan who lives on a farm. This blog shows my long-term dividend and investment strategy and my belief in personal responsibility and financial independence. | Kaufmann, Investor, Bergsteiger und Sportler, Genießer und Hobbykoch, Buch-, Theater- und Filmfan und lebt am Bauernhof. Dieser Blog zeigt meine langfristige Dividenden- und Investmentstrategie und meinen Glauben an Selbstverantwortung und die finanzielle Unabhängigkeit.

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Frugal Personal Finance exp

Frugal Personal Finance

I’m James, late thirties single male working towards FIRE since mid-2018. I blog about the fugal habits, investments and property investing ambitions that I am involved in while striving to maximise my free time. I am also in the process of minimising my life, changing my habits for the benefit of the environment and learning new DIY skills.

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10 Year Target exp

10 Year Target

The blog is about my journey towards financial freedom. I like to invest in a lot of different asset classes and learn about new ones. On the way I share my thoughts and knowledge about investments, dividends, crowdfunding etc.

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Ignite My Fire exp

Ignite My Fire

Vince runs the Financial Independence meetup groups in Ireland. He brings his findings, learnings and experience to the Ignite My Fire blog. He discusses Financial Independence aspects based on living and working in Ireland.

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Banker on FIRE exp

Banker on FIRE

Banker on FIRE is a personal finance blog designed to help readers build wealth, reach financial independence and live the best life possible. I focus on financial decisions and investment strategies that generate substantial wealth increases over long periods of time. You can read Banker on FIRE’s Bloggers on FIRE interview here.

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Playing with FIRE exp

Playing with FIRE

I am a London based blogger documenting my journey to FIRE in a high-cost city. I discuss what I am doing to prove that FIRE is possible in London, and give regular updates on my progress, along with thoughts on money in general.

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Mrs Money Hacker exp

Mrs. Money Hacker

Hi! I’m Meagan, I’m a Canadian living in Ireland sharing my findings from many hours of research and analysis around the topic of FIRE in both Ireland and Canada. A business analyst by trade, I spend much of my free time playing (yes playing) in spreadsheets analyzing varying assumptions on wealth accumulation and retirement and summarize findings in the blog. I also try to look at country averages to make the content more widely relatable. I’d love if you followed…

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