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Dividends Down Under

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Name:
Dividends Down Under
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
Early Retirement, Investing
Start Year:
2015

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Location:
Australia
Age:
20s
Race:
White
Gender:
Team
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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Latest Blog Posts

Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Perhaps the most important factor for how quickly we can reach financial independence and retire early is how much we save. The difference between saving $30,000 and $40,000 a year can snowball significantly over a decade. We aren’t trying to save every last cent we can. We want to enjoy our lives and experiences now, not just when we reach … Continue reading >> The post Saving for the future: October 2019 appeared ...
Posted: Nov 16 2019 @ 9:11 AM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Disclaimer: Stocks mentioned on this blog are for general entertainment/documentation purposes only, following our own investment journey and decisions. Nothing in this article should be considered investment advice nor is intended to be investment advice. Please click here to continue reading our disclaimer. By viewing any page on this blog you are agreeing to the linked terms & conditions. Ultimately … Continue reading >> The post Dividend Update: October 2019 appeared first on Dividends Down Under. ...
Posted: Nov 02 2019 @ 9:13 PM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Every month we like to share our savings rate. We think it’s good to track for ourselves, perhaps it’s inspiring for some people to read and it gives an overall picture of our monthly finances. We don’t want to compare ourselves to other people, every budget is different, but hopefully you guys who read along find it interesting. Talking about … Continue reading >> The post Another special milestone appeared first ...
Posted: Oct 19 2019 @ 9:15 PM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Perhaps the most important factor for how quickly we can reach financial independence and retire early is how much we save. The difference between saving $30,000 and $40,000 a year can snowball significantly over a decade. We aren’t trying to save every last cent we can. We want to enjoy our lives and experiences now, not just when we reach … Continue reading >> The post Saving for the future: September 2019 appeared ...
Posted: Oct 14 2019 @ 10:03 AM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Disclaimer: Stocks mentioned on this blog are for general entertainment/documentation purposes only, following our own investment journey and decisions. Nothing in this article should be considered investment advice nor is intended to be investment advice. Please click here to continue reading our disclaimer. By viewing any page on this blog you are agreeing to the linked terms & conditions. Ultimately … Continue reading >> The post Dividend Update: September 2019 appeared first on Dividends Down Under. ...
Posted: Oct 06 2019 @ 1:29 AM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Perhaps the most important factor for how quickly we can reach financial independence and retire early is how much we save. The difference between saving $30,000 and $40,000 a year can snowball significantly over a decade. We aren’t trying to save every last cent we can. We want to enjoy our lives and experiences now, not just when we reach … Continue reading >> The post Saving for the future: August 2019 appeared ...
Posted: Sep 21 2019 @ 3:48 AM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Disclaimer: Stocks mentioned on this blog are for general entertainment/documentation purposes only, following our own investment journey and decisions. Nothing in this article should be considered investment advice nor is intended to be investment advice. Please click here to continue reading our disclaimer. By viewing any page on this blog you are agreeing to the linked terms & conditions. Ultimately … Continue reading >> The post Dividend Update: August 2019 appeared first on Dividends Down Under. ...
Posted: Sep 04 2019 @ 10:53 AM
Author: Mr DDU. Disclaimer: Stocks mentioned on this blog are for general entertainment/documentation purposes only, following our own investment journey and decisions. Nothing in this article should be considered investment advice nor is intended to be investment advice. Please click here to continue reading our disclaimer. By viewing any page on this blog you are agreeing to the linked terms & conditions. We … Continue reading >> The post Share Purchases: June 2019 appeared first on Dividends Down ...
Posted: Aug 16 2019 @ 10:20 AM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Perhaps the most important factor for how quickly we can reach financial independence and retire early is how much we save. The difference between saving $30,000 and $40,000 a year can snowball significantly over a decade. We aren’t trying to save every last cent we can. We want to enjoy our lives and experiences now, not just when we reach … Continue reading >> The post Saving for the future: July 2019 appeared ...
Posted: Aug 11 2019 @ 11:01 AM
Author: Mr and Mrs DDU. Disclaimer: Stocks mentioned on this blog are for general entertainment/documentation purposes only, following our own investment journey and decisions. Nothing in this article should be considered investment advice nor is intended to be investment advice. Please click here to continue reading our disclaimer. By viewing any page on this blog you are agreeing to the linked terms & conditions. Ultimately … Continue reading >> The post Dividend Update: July 2019 appeared first on Dividends Down Under. ...
Posted: Aug 03 2019 @ 2:40 AM

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