Tag: Financial Independence

New Life Update

In my last two articles, I did mention that I was expecting some new changes in my life. You can guess from the lack of updates on this blog. Thankfully the process has been completed. I feel relieved that it’s done. Since I’m blogging anonymously, I don’t want to share these changes as anyone would figure out my identity. However, […]

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FI Update – June 2021

Phew! It’s been a long ride and took much more than expected but the construction work in my new apartment is finally done. I started the construction work back in April after much hesitation. Just one week after we started work the city went under strict lockdown. Little did we know we’d be marred with second wave. Things have been […]

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Got the Keys to the Apartment

Oh boy! What a last few weeks. After days of following up with the bank on the loan and then paying taxes to the government followed up by dealing with the developer, I finally have the keys to my apartment. Yay 🥳 I’ll be honest, I didn’t face as many issues with this purchase as my last purchase all because […]

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Landlording Strategy to Wealth

I recently read an article at AffordAnything by Paula Pant and it really hit home. It spoke about having an investment strategy for real estate investments. Turns out I bought the property but I didn’t have an investment strategy or even a plan. I bought the property that I personally wouldn’t mind staying in because that’s the plan — In […]

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I’m a landlord now

The last time I spoke about my EMI was when I used to update my savings update back in 2019. I’m glad I’m past that stage now as updating on savings and expenses is entirely ennuyeux activité. However, the updates really helped me in sticking to my extremely frugal budget. I still do the updates, they are on my spreadsheet […]

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Goals for Financial Independence

Many who know me also know that I don’t believe our generation might ever retire. Retirement was just a concept introduced to phase people from physically excruciating jobs. Most jobs of our generations do not require us to do physical labor. In our later years, I believe we might just work on projects that are less mentally taxing. Considering that […]

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