Your savings rate is the number one factor for the time it will take you to reach Financial Independence. At the end of the day, it is a combined measure of how fast and efficiently you are increasing your Net Worth.
Onboard today is Em and Simon from Smashed Avo, we chat about FIRE, investing and superannuation, but focus on their Australian property investments
During my career I have moved 11 times, as well as spending significant periods (3 months +) interstate doing training courses and also living and working abroad. These have really helped me on the path to Financial Independence as it has helped me to understand what I really need to function and be happy.
Investing in index funds in Australia is a very simple and straightforward way to deploy your dollars. High yielding shares and franking credits maximise gains
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Gee, its the end May already!
The Intelligent Asset Allocator tackles the issue of how to build a modern investment portfolio to maximise returns and minimise your exposure to risk.
Franked dividend yield versus capital growth investing – the Thornhill and Boglehead strategies for Australian investors
So you’ve tightened your belt and managed a great savings rate for some time. You’ve saved up $20K, and now want to know how to invest 20K in Australia…
We all know index funds are the key to successful stock market investing, so what index funds does the barefoot investor buy?