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Marco Rossi

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Path to financial independence
General Finance
Fire, Financial independence, P2P lending, early retirement
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Venice, Italy
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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Posted: Aug 16 2018 @ 4:49 PM
What is ‘Lifestyle Inflation’ Lifestyle inflation refers to increasing one’s spending when income goes up. Lifestyle inflation tends to continue each time someone gets a raise, making it perpetually difficult to get out of debt, save for retirement or meet other big-picture financial goals. Lifestyle inflation is what causes people to get stuck in the rat race … Continue reading Financial Independence enemy: Lifestyle Inflation ...
Posted: Aug 05 2018 @ 6:27 AM
These days I’m on vacation at the beach at Caorle a nice place near Venice. The sea is always a source of inspiration. So I started thinking about what I will do when I’ll be financially independent. I would like to take care of start-ups and dedicate my time and my skills to help create … Continue reading What I will do when… ...
Posted: Jul 25 2018 @ 10:04 AM
The safe withdrawal rate (SWR) method is one that retirees use to determine how much they can withdraw from their accounts each year without running out of money before reaching the end of their lives. The safe withdrawal rate method is a conservative approach that tries to balance having enough money to live comfortably with … Continue reading The mith of 4% Safe withdrawal rate ...
Posted: Jul 18 2018 @ 5:48 PM
I will change my house in September . We are buying a bigger and more beautiful house in a more prestigious neighborhood. It’s normal, we’ve become richer. This means more expenses and as a result drives away my dream of financial independence. This is a classic dilemma that those who want to face the path … Continue reading A new bigger House ...
Posted: Jul 15 2018 @ 3:34 AM
Secondo me ci sono molte visioni diverse del concetto di “financial independece”. Troverete molti blog che parlano di diventare milionari in pochi anni altri che vi daranno consigli su come risparmiare e vivere con pochi soldi. Secondo me entrambe queste visioni non sono corrette. Diventare milionari in pochi anni è molto improbabile, non ci sono … Continue reading My vision of Financial Independence ...
Posted: May 17 2018 @ 2:55 AM
I’m really proud to be in Rokstar financial  Directory. You can find me here Thanks !       ...
Posted: May 15 2018 @ 5:58 PM
In a previous post  I provide you a sheet. You could calculate how many months until you will achieve financial independence. I modified the previous sheet adding the effect of inflation and the increase in salary. If today I have expenses of 2000 euros it is unrealistic to think that in 10 years these will remain … Continue reading Financial Independence Calculator v2.0 ...
Posted: May 11 2018 @ 5:26 PM
Financial independence mean that you have a passive income (from a porfolio of stocks, bonds or other resources) and you can live without working, or if you prefer you can exit the “rat race”. What does it mean? According to Cambridge dictionary “a way of life in modern society, in which people compete with each other for powerand money” This doesn’t mean you have to stop … Continue reading Financial independence: thinking to quit the rat race ...
Posted: May 07 2018 @ 4:23 PM
In a previous post  I said that we have financial independence if passive income from our saving are greater than our expenses. To obtain this goal we save every month some money in some financial tools (stock, etf, bound, cryptocurrency…) with a yield. So suppose I have net salary from my job of $2500 and $2000 … Continue reading Financial Independence Calculator ...
Posted: May 05 2018 @ 11:14 AM


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