The post-FIRE1 day euphoria lasted two weeks. My spirit level of happiness flattened out after a fortnight. At that point I realised the novelty of life without work had worn off. So this was it. The place I’d spent seven years dreaming about. Was it worth it? Oh god, yes. I go to bed happy. […]

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This article on your kids’ financial future comes courtesy of Long Weekend from Team Monevator. Check back every Monday for more fresh perspectives from the Team. Generation Alpha parents – those with kids born between 2010 and 2025 – need to get creative. Based on the traditional adult measures of success, our kids are screwed. […]

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You’re too late to get into buy-to-let. It had a good run, but the party’s over. I graduated from university in the early 1990s. I got a job in The City, moved down to London, and shared a rented house with a few friends. After a year of renting – and spurred on by a […]

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This dissection of an ESG index is by The Scientist from Team Monevator. Check back every Monday for more new perspectives from the Team. People like to throw the ‘ivory tower’ label at scientists like me. And it’s true, we can be guilty of making what we do inaccessible to everyone else. But for inaccessibility […]

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