The Money Monks
Quest for Financial Independence
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OverviewThe Money Monks (TMM) is a personal finance blog that will help you take charge of your financial life.
We are an ordinary couple with ‘not-so-ordinary’ ambitions – and retiring at 45 is our gateway to achieving them.
While we love our respective careers, ‘nine-to-five till sixty-five’ is no way to live our lives. We want the freedom to choose our life stories, to live our life without being dependent on ‘making a living’.
Our goal is financial independence.
Through TMM, we will be sharing our personal journey, real-life experiences and on-the-path learning with you.
Whether you’re a student, a professional, a homemaker or business-owner, if you aren’t at peace with your money, but are passionate about remedying your situation, then this blog is for you.
It’s going to take time, discipline and zestful learning. But it’s going to be worth it.
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A great plethora of content providing so many insights on personal finance! The Money Monks explain what can be challenging and overwhelming topics into easily digestible content. The blog is relatable and fun to read and you are guaranteed to learn something about personal finance! Definitely recommend checking it out!
Great website and resource for Financial Independence. Its a fun and easy to read blog but also very educational. No matter how experienced you are, I would be surprised if you did not learn something new. Highly recommend that you check it out.
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The Money Monks is a really useful resource that is easy to navigate, clear and well designed. The articles are always of a manageable length, not too overwhelming, and understandable. I really enjoy stopping by and seeing their progress towards financial independence!
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The Money Monks is a great resource if you’re looking to work toward financial independence and/or retire early. Their articles will leave you with new insights. Definitely one to check out!
Best Blog for financial independence
If you’re looking to learn about F.I.R.E, investments, savings, budgeting, or just lifestyle in general, this is the blog to read. Very useful even for a beginner. Uses data to explain concepts really well, and can help you get very actionable advice from reading some articles. Highly recommended at all experience and knowledge levels, if financial independence is your goal.
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