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FinancialFreedomAustralia

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Name:
Financial Freedom Australia
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
passive income, minimalism
Start Year:
2019

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Location:
Queensland, Australia
Age:
20s
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Unspecified
Gender:
Male
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Profession:
Business Intelligence Analyst
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Latest Blog Posts

Another exciting month, been catching up on my goal of 2 posts on this blog per month. I recently released a post covering cryptocurrency margin funding. This is a somewhat risky strategy; but the returns are very solid – around 12%. Also I wrote an article with a quick review of the Beem It app, ... Read moreApril Income Report 2019 – Matched Betting Strikes Back The post April Income Report ...
Posted: May 16 2019 @ 9:00 PM
If you got some crypto sitting around waiting for it to moon. Or if you got in on the craze at the worst time. You could look into margin funding to make money while waiting or reduce your losses. Margin funding is basically lending your money to someone who wants to bet on a currency/commodity/stock ... Read moreMargin funding with cryptocurrency on Bitfinex The post Margin funding with cryptocurrency on Bitfinex ...
Posted: May 16 2019 @ 10:29 AM
Beem It is one of the many Australian FinTech (Finance/Technology) startus popping up these days. They provide instant bank transfers between bank accounts without using the new Osko/New Payments Platform (NPP) infrastructure. I recently tried it out for a bit to see what it was all about. Beem It only has app for you to ... Read moreBeem It – Instant bank transfers without NPP The post Beem It – Instant ...
Posted: May 15 2019 @ 1:00 AM
Australia is a nation with a strong gambling culture. The bookmakers know this and use many techniques to extract money from everyday punters. But there is a way to make some risk-free money off the bookies – matched betting. There are a few types of matched betting you can use to make money. The first ... Read moreMatched Betting Part 1 – Sign Up Offers The post Matched Betting Part 1 ...
Posted: May 14 2019 @ 3:12 AM
I am writing this report from Korea, battling the language barrier and enjoying the incredible food! I haven’t had much time to work on anything, still getting settled in but hopefully by next month I can share some more information about side hustles and more Let’s have a closer look at the breakdown of income ... Read moreMarch 2019 Income Report – 보고 4 The post March 2019 Income Report – ...
Posted: Apr 20 2019 @ 1:48 AM
This report is super late, I went on two weeks holiday to New Zealand as well as preparing for a new adventure. I will be taking 12 months off from my current work to live in another country. I can’t wait, and this gives me some extra motivation to get my non-employment income up! I ... Read moreFebruary 2019 Income Report – Return of the Report The post February 2019 Income ...
Posted: Apr 02 2019 @ 10:01 AM
So, a bit of a reduced monthly income compared to December, but that’s mainly due to the heavy Whitefield dividend received. Side hustle income is down to nothing :(. I’ve working on some side hustles and projects this month to get that number up! Let’s have a look at January’s income: Passive Income Investment Amount ... Read moreJanuary 2019 Income Report – Report 2: Electric Cashaloo The post January 2019 Income ...
Posted: Feb 17 2019 @ 12:05 AM
RateSetter, a peer to peer lending platform, the first of its kind for retail investors in Australia. It has come to Australia after finding success in the UK. Additionally they differ from their American counterparts, Lending Club and Prosper, by introducing a provision fund. This provision fund is there to protect the investors (or possibly ... Read moreRateSetter: Peer to Peer Lending The post RateSetter: Peer to Peer Lending appeared first ...
Posted: Feb 12 2019 @ 7:43 AM
Well this income report is a bit late but I thought it would be a good idea to get this one up anyway for a few reasons: Get a benchmark of 2018 so I can compare later in later years Start the record of the income reports Start to work out this report’s layout Keep ... Read moreDecember 2018 Income Report – First Report The post December 2018 Income Report – ...
Posted: Jan 26 2019 @ 2:32 AM
Hello all, my name is Lachlan and I have had an interest in personal finance and the financial independence movement for the last 5 years. I have decided to start a blog to: track my journey through personal finance and share my findings which in turn should hopefully improve my understanding of personal finance and ... Read moreHello world – First post! The post Hello world – First post! appeared first ...
Posted: Jan 14 2019 @ 9:59 AM

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