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What's Your Number - Launch Personal Finance

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At it's core, Financial Independence requires amassing enough assets (stock & bond investments) a
 

Launch Personal Finance

June 19 · Issue #34 · View online
Personal Finance & Financial Independence 3(ish) Articles, Curated Daily

At it’s core, Financial Independence requires amassing enough assets (stock & bond investments) and/or income streams (side hustles, rentals, etc.) to cover your living expenses. Of course, your lifestyle will heavily influence what you FI number will be. Do you spend $2,000 a month or $10,000? Regardless, once you understand your expenses, it’s fairly easy to determine what your target Financial Independence number will be. In today’s first article, Retire Before Dad walks us through how to calculate your number. Once you know the destination, it’s you can begin planning your destination.

Financial Independence Number: Definition and How to Customize
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A Review of the Big Money Guide
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