My Peer2Peer Lending Experience One Year On

It’s been just over twelve months since I started my Peer2Peer (P2P) lending experiment with New Zealand-based company, Harmoney, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to do a review of my experience and determine whether my expectations are being met. I last gave you a progress report back in July when I was deciding whether or not I was going continue with…

12 signs of intelligence. See how you measure up.

16 August 2016 –  Hey, do you know how to determine whether you’re intelligent or not? Some would suggest an IQ test is a good place to start but I’ve found the latest, definitive guide for finding out whether you are of above average intellect. Keep reading and tell me what you think of this ground-breaking research. These are the signs (some would say side…

How this Joe Average achieved early retirement at 50

2 August 2016 –  My own journey towards financial independence and early retirement   Time to get personal, open up the books and have a look at what I’ve done to achieve my own financial independence and early retirement.   In my opinion, it’s all about knowing when you have ‘enough’. Thias, from It Pays Dividends, recently wrote about figuring out when enough is enough.…

Peer2Peer lending – The good, the bad, and the ugly

6 July 2016 – I’ve been writing this article for a while now. It’s not a case of being too busy to finish it. More a case of the ‘goalposts’ keep moving for me. Let me explain. I’ve been investing in Harmoney, a New Zealand-based Peer2Peer (P2P) lending platform for about eight months now. Peer to peer lending matches people that want to invest with…

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