What does Financial Independence means to you?
I see it as the ability to maintain my current standard of living without going to work.
Financial Independence means every thing to me. It would make me self sufficient and live life without depending on anyone for money.
To me it means not having to use Credit cards or taking out loans - Just buy things with my own cash.
To become financially independent, do not depend on anyone for your financial needs and plan to work on your own. read more
Financial Independence means that you are you own boss and can bring in revenue without having to answer to anyone except yourself. If you know what you must do to make money, to save money or to profit, you will be disciplined enough to get the job done. Financial independence also means to be in a position where you are of dependence upon no one but yourself and that which you can produce with your time,talents and treasures.
by Amanda S 5 years ago
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