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Dual Citizenship as a Tool for Financial Independence

A few weeks ago I chatted with J and Gwen and recorded an episode of the FIRE Drill Podcast. We discussed various topics from dual citizenship as a tool for financial independence, Canadian personal finance, dividend investing, and many more. It’s great…

Deconstructing Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE)

Late last year I had the pleasure to record a podcast with Jessica. In the podcast we discussed FIRE,  investment strategy (dividend growth stocks & index ETFs), financial independence vs financial freedom, and many more. Recently Jessica published the…

My first Podcast – Live from FinCon!

I mentioned in my FinCon17 recap that I recorded my first podcast with Jess. The other day Jessica published the FinCon Live episode for listening. Here’s the podcast episode (Link). Please feel free to take a listen. 🙂  …

FinCon17 Recap – A Canadian’s perspective

I have heard a lot about FinCon since I started this personal finance blog. Every blogger I have talked to or exchanged email with had nothing but positive things to say about FinCon. Last year I considered going to…

Coaching service now available

Several readers have reach out to me via email about coaching on personal finance, investing, and financial independence related topics. While I have tried to answer questions via email, most of these questions really require further & lengthy discussions.…

Why I write

Can you believe that it took me close to 6 months before I decided to start this blog? Yes it is true. I almost didn’t start this blog. I read a lot of personal finance and FIRE related books…

2017 and beyond

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We are in Denmark for another week or so and I sure am getting used to this 4-5 hygges per day type of relaxed lifestyle. It was…

Canadian Personal Finance Conference 2016: My experience & recap

I spent the past weekend in Toronto, attending Canadian Personal Finance Conference 2016 (CPFC16) with a bunch of personal finance nerds err experts. Although I have been blogging anonymously for roughly two and half years, I have never met up with anyone in…