Financial independence (FI) is an interesting phenomenon. It doesn't necessarily mean you are money-rich, but you are definitely time-rich (if you retire) because you no longer have to trade your precious time and labor for a monthly paycheck. People usually know how to spend money right? But believe me, they have a much harder time … Continue reading 5 Things You Can Afford When You Are Financially Independent
As far as retirement is concerned, 70 is the new 65 they say. Sounds catchy, but it simply means people are expected to work longer before they retire. State pension is under pressure, no matter where you live. In my case it is 68, but that is not a number that is set in stone. … Continue reading Retirement: A few years of dignity?