The age old question which has been argued a hundred times before.
Should you invest your money in the stock market or real estate?
This is a question I have and still grapple with myself, the returns from both of these forms of investment are compelling. Why I eventually landed where I did though is hopefully enough to sway you.
Continue reading “Shares vs. Property”
In my previous post I mentioned an article about a 30 year old who planned to retire at 35 with $1,000,000 (AUD) invested.
When you go public with your financial independence plans I guess you have to expect some criticism. Some of the replies to the Facebook article about Pat’s plan were just plain incorrect though.
Continue reading “General Financial Ignorance”
Financial discipline is definitely something that is easier said than done.
What if there was something that could make it far simpler and easier to manage your finances and it is at your fingertips right now?
Continue reading “The Nitty Gritty – Automate to Generate”
The first step to improving your financial situation is understanding your financial situation.
You need to identify all of your income and expenses.
Every cent you earn and every cent you spend must be accounted for.
Continue reading “Get to the details already! – What do I have to do?”
- Reliably earn $40,000 AUD or more per year.
- Want to learn how to better manage your money.
Then the Nitty Gritty Financier is targeting you and can probably help.
If you don’t meet those criteria though feel free to keep reading. I am a blog post not a cop.
Continue reading “Who am I speaking to exactly?”
So you are a sceptic. I like you.
Even though you can see my financial history right here you still believe there is something more to this. No millennial can own their own home at the age of 27 in Sydney, Australia one of the most expensive cities in the world without help.
Continue reading “No but seriously, where is the catch?”
Here it is, the earliest bank statement that I could find. The birth of my financial life.
Who am I though and why should you listen to what I have to say about financial matters?
Continue reading “$370.01 and the Nitty Gritty Financier”