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Open Book – Half a Year, Half Way There

This is part of our Open Book series, you can start here if you did not read our first post.

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We are in June and it is time for our mid-year assessment. We have been tracking our income and spending for years and since we discovered the whole concept of financial independence, we started tracking our savings rate. The amazing thing is; the more we can increase our savings rate, the faster we can claim our financial freedom.
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Open Book – New Job and New Investments

This is part of our Open Book series, you can start here if you did not read our first post.

 

It is a new beginning. After months of research and over two dozen interviews, I am proud to announce that I finally found a new job.  I applied to at least a hundred positions online and received multiple offers from some of the biggest companies in Canada.
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Open Book – How Much Are You Spending?

This is part of our Open Book series, you can start here if you did not read our first post.

 

With today’s online tools like Mint or Personal Capital, it is super simple to track a budget and hopefully, to follow it. We have been tracking our finances for a few years now and our most recent focus is our savings rate.
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Open Book – Married Life and Investments

This is part of our Open Book series, you can start here if you did not read our first post.

 

A few things changed since we got married last month. I will now be including my lovely wife on the journey and we will start writing some posts together. Mrs. Xyz was always on board with financial freedom but she will now start to contribute to the blog.
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Open Book – My Investments and Real Estate

Part of the motivation to become financially independent is seeing the success of others and learning from them. This is my first Open Book post and explaining my investments to you will be a good way for me to stay on course and for you to see what I am doing. I will share with you how I invest and why.
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