029 Early retirement for teachers - FIRE, investing and money tips

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029 Early retirement for teachers - FIRE, investing and money tips

It is one thing that you are successful with your investment ventures and be able to retire early to do the things that give you happiness, but having the desire to educate and empower others so that they can improve their lives is truly impressive! We are joined by the brilliant Neil Doig, author of the Amazon bestseller book Millennial Money Mindset and founder of Money Tipps. If you are curious about investing and wondering if you can dip your toe in it to earn additional income, this episode is for you. If you find everyday analogies enjoyable and easier to understand especially when improving your knowledge on personal finance, then this episode is for you too!

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[01:14]  2015: Opening the pension market in the UK

[05:38]  Story behind writing Millennial Money Mindset

[16:39]  Having a life plan

[18:39]  Know your financial number

[24:25]  The farmhouse analogy

[31:13]  Tips for beginner investors

Personal finance is personal! It's important to spend your money on the things that matter to you. 

Neil Doig

What now?

It used to be that we worked until we reached retirement age and relied on our pension to get by. Easier times, wouldn't you think? Then came 2015 with a new legislation that has blown open the pension market according to Neil and might come as a scare for some people but when you think about it, this has given us the opportunity to enjoy our hard earned money earlier instead of working up to the age of 60 or 65! Thankfully we have amazing people such as Neil of Money Tipps who is happy to share his knowledge about investing through his book Millennial Money Mindset: If you want the Fruits you Need the Roots, podcast and the game he created called the Football Formation Asset Allocation. Check out his social media accounts or his YouTube channel to learn more about diversifying your portfolio.

Start right now by taking these 3 simple steps

Step 1: Check out my fabulous free resources for teachers

Step 2: Join my Your Money Sorted Facebook Group

Step 3: Fast-track your success and Maximise Your Money

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