FIRE Across the Pond
Financial Independence for Americans in the UK
I never even had a chance to write about the Truss/Kwarteng mini-budget, it was gone so fast! (and honestly, didn’t have much in the way of any special impact on Americans in the UK, beyond what everybody else would experience). The Sunak/Hunt Autumn Statement has some more intriguing effects, though, particularly on the “is anContinue reading “The Autumn Statement & Americans in the UK”
Sometimes plans change, especially when we aren’t expecting it! Over the past few months, a few things have come together to cause us to make a decision to move next year. In short, we’ve always wanted to live further west (within England), further away from London. We only moved to our current area because IContinue reading “Life Changes & Winding Down the ISA Experiment”
OK, a bit later that mid year, sorry! Let’s start with some pictures: Really, the explanation for my underperformance hasn’t changed from my January deep dive – my wife’s ISA, in smaller UK companies, has significantly underperformed the FTSE 100. Mine, in bigger companies more representative of the index, has actually slightly outperformed, but combined,Continue reading “S&S ISA Experiment – Mid-2022 Update”
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