For many, FIRE is a bit of a strange concept- a theoretical crossing of one line (passive income) and another (living expenses) and then you just “retire early” – well, I have a case study to follow and that is my Dad’s. Continue reading “What I learnt from my Dad’s early retirement (aged 60) Part 1”
Q1 is been and gone. GFF is looking firmly footed and things are falling into place.
“You’ve got to know when to hold’em, know when you fold’em” sang Kenny Rogers. Well, I’m thinking along those lines right now – what’s best for us and our future. But how do you construct a FIRE proof portfolio?
Having a family can be a struggle – it means changes to all aspects of your life, and if you are like me then you realise that you just don’t have enough time to get everything done.
When it comes to family finances, it’s no different.
But with a little fore thought and planning you can make big gains. Here are 6 family friendly ideas that combined can save you thousands in tax. Continue reading “6 Family Friendly tax reduction ideas”
Whilst, like many others who are in their 30s and 40s, I don’t believe that the UK State Pension will be around when I am eligible to receive it (in 2050!), it’s still worth keeping it in the back of your mind when it comes to FIRE planning. Continue reading “Pension Payback Prevention”