Will my Money Run Out?
Whether you’re planning for a traditional retirement at age 60+, or working towards an early retirement goal, thoughts of “will my money run out?” will no doubt have crossed your mind. There is a lot written about safe withdrawal rates. This refers to the rate you can afford to draw down on your savings, so … Continued
Tracey & Jo share how they built an INCREDIBLY successful online business in just 3 years
Today we have two interviews for the price-of-1 with sisters Tracey and Joanne from Sistermixin. Their online business is about educating everyone (especially their own families) on exactly what they are eating, what is in your food and some of the harmful effects this can have on your health. And they have become sought after … Continued
6 Powerful Early Retirement Hacks
The goal for many in the Financial Autonomy community is to retire early. Early retirement means different things to different people, but as I always talk about, Financial Autonomy is about gaining choice. So whether you’re early retirement consists of lying on the beach in Fiji at age 40, or traveling around Australia with your … Continued
Investing – How to Get Started
Research from the Australian Stock Exchange found that in 2014, 36% of adult Australians owned investments listed on the share market. Combined results from RP Data and Census data found 7.9% of the Australian population own an investment property. Now there would be some cross-over here with people holding both shares and investment property, but … Continued
Tara Lucke – the importance of estate planning for those in their 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s
Today we chat with Co-founder and consultant Tara Lucke from View Legal about the importance of Estate planning. Though it is not something we like to talk about, it is so important for protecting your assets and loved ones, no matter what stage of life you are at. Resources & Links View Legal General Advice … Continued
First Home Super Saver Scheme – should I care?
We all know that property prices in Australia have gone stupid in recent years. One significant consequence of that has been that first home buyers have found it increasingly difficult to enter the property market. Banks like to see at least a 10% deposit, and in the ideal world you’d have a 20% deposit to … Continued
How Lloyd Ross created a 6 figure income with a part time network marketing business
Networking marketing has changed since the days of Tupperware and Amway. Today I am joined by Lloyd Ross who talks through how our online behaviours and advances in technology have revolutionised the world of network marketing, making it an easier side hustle than ever before. General Advice Warning
What’s your number?
The goal when working towards Financial Autonomy is to gain choice. Choice in how you support yourself and perhaps your family financially, be that the type of work you do, the hours you spend doing that work, or whether you earn that income as an employee, or as a self-employed person. In developing an actionable … Continued
Joanna Maxwell – how following her interests and passions has lead to the job she was born for
In this episode, I talk to Joanna Maxwell all about career change. Joanna has worked in a wide variety of jobs throughout her career and she helps a lot of other people change careers as well. She’s now taken all that experience and recently gained a position with the Australian Human Rights Commission in the … Continued
5 Most Impactful Ways to Invest in Yourself (that wont cost you a fortune)
Right now you’re listening to this podcast, or reading the blog article. Why? You’re curious, and have a thirst for knowledge. You want to learn new things. You want to improve yourself. We usually think of investment as being a financial thing. But investing in yourself – your skills, knowledge, and health, can be just … Continued
How to make money with Amazon
With Amazon now in Australia, we talk to John Cavandivish from FBA Frontiers on how to make a side hustle by becoming an Amazon seller. Resources & Links Blog Article FBA Frontiers General Advice Warning
Attaining financial independence doesn’t need to be hard
In the interview I did with Adam Murray in Episode 20, he spoke about how he reduced his expenses in a significant way when he worked through his employment transition and gap year. And you might recall, he found living on less made him more happy, not less. Resources & Links Blog Article Adam Murray … Continued