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Merry Christmas to All!

Merry Christmas to All – Some Posts You can’t Miss #personalfinance #financialindependence #FireTheBoss

New Savings Rate Calculation

Going forward, I will use two different savings rate calculations in my financial overviews. Want to know why? Read it here!

2019 Budget, by Popular Request

My 2019 budget is done, check it out here!
After yesterday’s post with my financial outlook, people asked me about my budget details.

Looking Forward to 2019 – Financial Planning

Posting my plans and goals for 2019 makes sense, after I reviewed the year of 2018 on Monday. I am looking forward to 2019.

Rockstars know Rockstars

Rockstars know Rockstars, or how you are the average of the 5 people you hang out with the most. It’s worth having smart friends.

Looking Back at 2018 – Finances and Life

2018 is almost over. Lots of things happened in my life, and in this post I want to stand still by some of the things that happened.

Retirement Investment Optimisation – My New Portfolio

Optimised my retirement investments in my employee’s pre-tax accounts by switching to low cost index fund.

Why I Won’t Be Paying My Student Loans In 2019

I will not pay towards my student loans in 2019. This is the reason why.

November 2018 Update

My finances this month were on-point again, after some rocky months.
I managed to save 39.3% of my net income this month.

2 Examples of Emergency Funds in Action

Common wisdom in the personal finance world is to have at least 3/4/5/6/9/12 months of expenses in an emergency fund.