Lauren and husband are in their mid 30s but have already achieved financial independence. They still choose to work, but how did a little boy who once sold bread on the streets get so close to being a millionaire in a few years at such a young age.
Rich and his wife are in their 20s and have moderate incomes. They don’t intend to leave the work force completely and instead use semi-retirement as a way to pursue their passions.
Fred is from the Philippines. After experiencing a natural disaster and personal loss, he started a new life in the UK. He is considering geo-arbitrage to fast-track his time to FI.
John is a multi-millionaire, but is very down to earth and humble. His family has never earned a salary of more than $100k but have managed to be FI in his 40s. How did he do this?
Tony wanted a new start in life and packed everything up in Spain to make the UK his new home. He is at the start of his journey towards financial independence, but has already learnt some invaluable lessons after losing 45,000 €.
I’ll start this off with a story about myself, how my family escaped a war-torn country to seek opportunities here in the UK and why financial independence is so important to me.
Inspiring stories showing the human side to financial independence.