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France, started investing, don't know how to proceed long term?

I live in France, I am 24, and recently started being able to invest. To do so I decided to open a "Livret Bleu" with my bank. The Livret Bleu is virtually the same as a Livret A, same interest rate ...
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I'm trying to figure out a formula for when I'll be able to retire at any given month

I love the Mad Fientist laboratory that lets me see how far away I am from FI. Here is what I love about, the right side to the graph: But to motivate me a bit more, I wanted to calculate the FI date ...
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Should I find a regular job or continue doing what am doing? [closed]

I'm 21 years old I joined college for some years and dropped out due to family problems. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to continue due to pressure from college and family although I worked really hard ...
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Should retirement fund be equal to amount of money needed for financial independence?

Retirement funds aren't very common in Pakistan but I got interested in them reading question and answers on this forum. I want to know ideally how much should a person save for retirement funds? I ...
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Am I financially ready to buy a house?

I'm 23 and living at home, I want to move out but am worried I'm overlooking something or am overestimating my financial abilities. I have a full time job as a developer and have been in the job for 6 ...
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Using property to achieve financial independence

I am working towards financial independence. The most impressive rate of returns in Pakistan have been in buying property; It provides a greater return than inflation. The property could be rented ...