Learn To Love The Numbers – Pocketbook app reviewed

In the world of personal finance, numbers rule. Whether your finances are organised and structured as they should be if you’re planning early financial freedom, or totally disorganised as a result of living pay-cheque to pay-cheque, it’s the numbers that keep our lives ticking along. Mathematical Dyslexia So it may come as as surprise that for someone who has retired early as a result of…

Guest Post – Todd Tresidder from financialmentor.com – “The 10 Commandments Of Wealth Building” part 2

In last weeks post, I mentioned how I came across Todd Tresidder’s excellent wealth-building and financial advice website whiel searching for an ‘all-singing-dancing-retirement-wealth-calculator’. I found ‘The Ultimate Retirement Calculator’ and plenty of other great resources on Todd’s site, financialmentor.com, so contacted him to see if he would mind me placing some of his content here on Get FIRE’d asap. He agreed and so I bring…

Guest Post – Todd Tresidder from financialmentor.com – “The 10 Commandments Of Wealth Building” part 1

I recently went Googling for an online calculator that would help me confirm that I am actually financially independent and how reliably my investment return will keep paying me a comfortable income for the rest of my life even if market conditions change. Not that I was concerned I had made a monumental mistake or anything. I have already determined, using the 4% safe withdrawal…

The Really Simple Concepts Behind Financial Independence & Retiring Early: Mr Money Mustache

I was going to wait until next week before sharing this, but after watching the video a couple of times, I got so excited that I couldn’t wait. If you’re already a fan of Mr Money Mustache (as you’ve probably guessed by now that I am) you may have already seen this and know the subject off by heart. So if you’re completely up with the…

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