FIRE Across the Pond
Financial Independence for Americans in the UK
It’s been almost two months since I last posted, so rather than leave it any longer, I wanted to say something. But I’ll keep it quick – my attention has been focused elsewhere, although I hope that to change again in the coming months. First off, work has been busy. 80% in a good way,Continue reading “March Update – Lots going on, but not much to say”
I don’t usually post about my ISA experiment every month (previous updates here), but January has been an interesting month. Obviously not just for my ISAs, but across the market. Some headline figures, to set the scene for those who haven’t been watching closely (good for you!): Market Representative ETF January Performance All World VWCEContinue reading “S&S ISA Experiment – January 2022”
One of my financial experiments for this year was was to use one of the lesser-known options for US citizens abroad to buy index funds – buying a non-US UCITS ETF inside a US IRA. Depending on exchange rates and my employer’s performance, I may also be within touching distance of the Roth IRA incomeContinue reading “IRA Contributions in UCITS ETFs through Interactive Brokers”
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