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23 comments

The life of Brian 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Most people work in a job they don't like retire at 65 die of a heart attack 66 not having enjoyed life

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Lutong Mybahay 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Retiring early is appealing but it is scary to retire at 35. What if you ran out of money because of a market crash or health issues? Going back to work at age 40 or 50 just to save again, is so scary think about because in reality, employers would rather employ younger people or people with more experiences.

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Awaiting Input 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Don't we also need to factor in inflation into the FI number? £24k won't have the same value in 20 years time when I want to retire.

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Mark Pritchard 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

I can't quite grasp the 4% rule..You save £500000. You draw 4% a year which is £20000. Then there's a crash and your savings drop by 50%. You now have 250000 which gives you £10000 annual interest. Surely it can't be relied upon?

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Jordan Fernandez 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

So I'm going down the Coast FI route but need clarification on the calculated figure. For example figures: (25×75,000)x1.07^-25 = £345,467, is this the portfolio value that would need to be attained, from where compound interest can do the work, with no more additional deposits?

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Rachel Elizabeth 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Would love to see a more detailed video on coast fire. I need you to go into a bit more depth for me to fully understand it 😂

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Cary 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Interesting video. Well done. I did slow FI, basically traditional retirement.

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Tanvir Ahmed 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Would you make a video for us that would teach us how not to put all of our money in stock and share ISA for life with one company , instead how it will reduce our risk if we use different provider in different tax year so that our money stays protected .. as FSCS only cover up to £85000… and what are the rules by maintaining different stock and share ISA with different provider in different tax year

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Crafty Lally 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Love your content my fav channel. Could you do or have you done a video about hardware wallets and how, where, pros and cons on them Thanks

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Santa Abroma 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Love this video, last method is definitely more encouraging for young people to work towards FIRE

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Panda Boss - Personal Finance & Bossing Life 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Love the last method, such a good way to work things out! I'm definitely more on the journey to lean fire at the moment but I will still work odd jobs I enjoy when I achieve it so hopefully can then bump it up!

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Oggiesilverfitness 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

I would recommend living the FIRE lifestyle but most younger people want to live for today and therefore, wouldn't be able to save enough to retire early. I don't regret my younger self but if I wasn't so stupid spending money on short-lived pleasure I would have more money than I have now. Not that I am struggling and have all I need but could just have more. I am 60 in a couple of weeks and learned not to be stupid with money in my 30s and have enough to retire on thankfully but I am just not ready to just yet.

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Sam Sprague Finance Formula 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

I enjoyed this video. I personally always use the goal of
Annual spending x 25 earning 4% interest for financial freedom

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B Derodra 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Let’s say your coast fire amount is £500K, is that how much you need to have in investments to be able to retire?

Also, for couples, do you work your fire amount out individually or as a couple?

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M1 Investor 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

I need to figure out my FI number. Scary

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Thomas Hobbs 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Really interesting information, thankyou. Out of interest what is the average yearly spend for FatFIRE, maybe I missed it?

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Christine S 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Excellent video! I like the coast fire concept.Thank you, Jennifer.

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David Hill 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Hey! Struggling with the coast fire concept… (Might be worth a video of its own!)
The maths, I'm good with… But really struggling with the concept of "when do I need to hit that coast number…?"

Yea… I think you're going to need another video for me there lol

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AJ Hunt 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Say if I have a vanguard portfolio of 4 different index funds and I’m going to withdraw 4% per year. How would you withdraw that four percent? For example would you with draw 1% from each fund?

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Stacey Livo 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

On our FIRE journey too and love your channel! 😊

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Freddie 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Thanks! Really useful. Love the FIRE coast concept as I didn’t know about it.

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Chris Jones Finance 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

Amazing video… love your videos.

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Haris King - Crypto Entertainment 26/09/2021 - 6:01 Chiều

If you don’t find a way to earn money while you sleep, you will work till you die – Warren Buffett

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