You can’t keep the forensic accountant shackled. Here I talk about the economics of divorce.
Time to reflect on my top books of 2018.
Last time out I talked about life and death. This time I’ll also be talking about life and death. But from a different perspective. Hopefully, it won’t be so morbid! Today, I want to tell[…]
Whenever I start to complain about my job, I think back to how hard I used to work for a hell of a lot less pay. Ultimately my current job is glorified customer service. If[…]
What would you do if you knew with absolute certainty that you would die in exactly 10 years time. It doesn’t matter how you know this or what you will die of; in 3652 days[…]
Financial Independence means something slightly different to me than it means to Mr YFG. It has a much more deep meaning for me as it is linked to what it means to be a woman[…]
A few weeks ago Patisserie Valerie (PV), a chain of upmarket purveyor of cakes, pastries and coffees made a shock announcement. They had been “notified of potentially fraudulent, accounting irregularities” in their accounts. What followed[…]
What follows is not a political discussion on Brexit. Neither is it a debate on the merits of Brexit. If you get triggered reading the following, my best advice is to calmly breathe and close[…]
Last week I read a very interesting article about obesity: “Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong” (clearly the writers also thought, hey that Young FI Guy thinks he has big titles on his webpages,[…]
I read a dumb thing today: With the stock market, what does up must come down. The stock market doesn’t obey the laws of physics. It’s not a bouncy ball. It’s not some bloke in a room[…]