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Australian Personal Finance and General Advice. Learn about personal finance: budgeting, saving, getting out of debt, investing, and saving for retirement. Our community is focused on financial education and helping each other along the way.
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Welcome to the Australian version of r/financialindependence, a place created for Australians to discuss the concepts of financial independence (FI) and retiring early (RE) You can be financially independent early in life! There is no need to work until to you are 65+ in order to access Superannuation benefits and retire. Why not retire at 45? At 35? Welcome to the concept of Financial Independence.
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