The post looking back at 2019 and the extent to which I met my financial goals.
Savings and investments
The post that looks back on my first year of blogging and gives an update on my financial situation and where I’ve vanished to.
The post that considers whether the personal finance community is full of naïve higher earners that don’t realise that saving is only for the middle class or wealthy.
The post that delves into the psychology of how to save more money with another water analogy.
The post that outlines how to save money using the Savings Fountain principle.
The post that asks: should we really be encouraging everyone to join the financial independence movement? It really needs consumerism.
The post that outlines what beginner’s investment strategy I’ve actually chosen.
The post that touches base on how I’m getting on with my financial goals halfway through the year.
The post that dwells on the anxiety we should all be feeling about how screwed most people’s futures are. All fear the pension crisis.
The post that seeks the views of the personal finance community to choose my investment strategy.
The post that provides a guide to paying voluntary National Insurance Contributions (NICs) – and considers what factors you should consider in deciding whether to do it (especially for would-be early retirees).
The post that lays out my 2019 financial goals without any of that patronising “new year, new you” crap.
The post that tries to tenuously link going to a pantomime with financial independence and get rich quick fantasies.
The post where I lay out factors that affect when you can retire. When am I hoping to retire and how do I plan to get there?
The post where I give the details of what sort of retirement fund I’m aiming for. How much money do you need to retire?