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Millennial FI UK 6h
For me, it's the freedom to not be driven by work. Instead working when I want, on whatever I want
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The Fioneers 27m
Fact: We are 31 years and will reach in 11 years if we don't change anything. However, we're planning to make changes and increase the pace to without sacrificing value.
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Millennial FI UK 6h
Don't actually think I'll stop working once independent, think I'll keep working as I really enjoy my job. Whether it's from a beach in Fiji is a different story
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Tracey Engelking 14m
New curtains up! Had to wait until Anthropologie went sale on sale, but oh so worth it! They fit in just right! 🥰🤗
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Millennial FI UK Nov 14
Have NEVER felt more in control of my financial life than I do after taking control of and tracking my money properly! Early days in the journey, but already feeling so in control!
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Circle CPA Nov 14
Finding so many great writers & bloggers here on Twitter. We're excited to get better acquainted with this community.
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Steph and Ruby 🇨🇦 | Fix the Game 6h
You guys, all we want to do is get our first video posted, but vlogging is no joke! This stuff is hard!
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The Fioneers 6h
For those of you who are curious what our journey to looks like (with real numbers), we have finally posted our plan, including our starting point.
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Millennial FI UK 6h
What does mean for you?
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Millennial FI UK Nov 14
About 50% of the way through The Simple Path to Wealth by . Superbly written and raises great points backed by facts, the stock market always rises over the long term. You just need some cojones to stick it out
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Michelle FrugalityAndFreedom 6h
Looking forward to attending a group pre-Thanksgiving potluck today! My two favourite things: chatting and eating lots of different foods... See you local soon!
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Caleb Adeyeni Nov 14
While we do control our choice of action, we cannot control the consequences of our choices. Are you making the right choices about your finance.
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OnTrajectory 5h
What are the pros and cons of paying down low interest debt and getting started investing? Let the OnTrajectory tool help you craft your debt pay-down plan.
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🔥🙌 Nov 17
Scorpion anyone? Travelling while you're young is important. For that reason and a few others, you shouldn't starting reaching for too young. Read more here:
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How You Spend Your Days Nov 16
We’ve talked about the numbers in episode 2, next up, we’re talking about financial goals. What financial goals are you working on? Look for episode 3 on November 21st!
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LifeInsurance316 5h
If you’ve just graduated from college and are new to the workforce, now is the best time to lay the groundwork that will set you on the path to .
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Banele Sangweni Nov 14
Money is for saving to invest so that you can double what your currently have. Money is not for spending, relearn money principles. success is no accident.
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Frugal Safari 23h
What a pleasure spending time with FI royalty today! Thank you for hanging out with us today!
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Dorky Lane Financial Nov 12
loved your post this morning about your dad! Would love to know more about how he has influenced your money journey or what he thinks about
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Rudresh Kalyani Nov 17
Replying to @KalyaniRudresh
Second mistake 2wards is buying money back insurance plan! It doesn't provide sufficient life cover as well as returns too!! Always go 4 term insurance when u think about life insurance!!
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