September’s presentation was a Q&A about the installation and running of solar panels with a look at the dashboard metrics and how the savings that they have provided. There were also discussions around the purchase and running of an electric vehicle.
Conor discusses his home retrofit and how it worked with the financial independence journey. He analysed his energy spend and shared it with the group.
Mari discusses her dance with Financial Independence. Her analysis of the ups and downs of her journey to F.I. Her mindset on relationships, mental health, emotional health, and finding her tribe.
David shares his rags to F.I. journey and his upcoming mini-retirement. How he went from debt to owning 2 mortgage-free properties.
In this meetup, Vince briefly discusses some aspects of the financial independence 10 pillars.
Frenck goes in depth into Geo-Arbritrage. He discusses the different findings from many different European countries.
Nov 2021 meetup recording. Vince discusses the ins and outs of retiring in Ireland, from taxes to pensions.
Unfortunately, I experienced technical difficulties during the meeting, which prevented the software from recording the meeting. Some of you have requested a copy of the slides that I used to discuss Tax Efficient investments. You can find them here: Tax Efficient Investing in Ireland.
May 2021 Financial Independence Ireland meetup recording. Shane discusses extreme FIRE, investment modeling, and extreme lifestyle.
Close the knowledge gap. A list of free and certified courses in financial awareness. Build your knowledge.
April 2021 Financial Independence Ireland meetup recording. Paul, financial advisor offers his insights in the tactics of the rich.
February 2021 Financial Independence Ireland Meetup recording
January 2021 Financial Independence Ireland Meetup recording
The importance of setting financial goals and how to set them.
At this meeting, we discussed the advantages of the EIIS tax efficient investment scheme.
There is also a discussion on Bitcoin investment and cryptocurrencies.
A look at the possible income after retirement. How to determine income from pensions and after tax income.
What will you do when you retire? have you thought about it? This blog is about my thoughts and plans.
How I learned to adjust my strategy and found that a path to a goal shouldn’t be static.
How your hobby or craft making can earn you extra money in Ireland
Isolation has changed our consumer mindset but will it stick?
How to cope in these rough financial waters
Quick guide on investing in the stock market in Ireland.
Decreasing your tax bill in Ireland is not easy, here is one way of doing it.
Planning for retirement, what you need to know and what you need to consider.
I discuss MrsSmartMoney’s 3 easy money management lessons that you can pass to your children.
A discussion about Government and Corporate bonds. Understanding the differences between Government and Corporate bonds.
How to determine savings rate. Walk through of my savings rate path.
We will look at how we should determine if we should put extra payments into our mortgage or invest the money instead.
Looking at ways to decrease our expenses in order to save more money.
Food is usually one of the biggest mandatory expenses, how do we decrease that bill?
Making extra income in Ireland, a few ideas.
Saving is hard, let’s make it easier.
A look at what it actually costs to run an investment property and possible profitability.
Some talking points from my interview with Playing With Fire
Passive investment is about investing without having to pick a winner. With passive investing, you don’t have to try to time the market.
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Why have an emergency fund? how much emergency fund do I need?
How to tackle unnecessary debt such as credit cards or car loan
A few tax efficient investments that can lower your tax debt in Ireland
A list of passive and extra income ideas that can be done in IRELAND.
How to save in a structured manner.
A logical view of whether to hold onto your current car or buyer a newer one.
Rodger shared his winding road of his F.I. journey and the mindset that he used to maintain his journey.