As noted earlier, Cheesy Finance is going Dutch! No, don’t worry, I won’t stop writing in English. But I have added a bit of Dutch content to our blog in the last few months. Just to help out our fellow Dutchies that have trouble reading English. Yes, we are nice folks here 😉 Today we are going Dutch (Part II) with some extra content!
The Dutch Corner
When I wrote the previous post, I only had the following pages ready:
- Differences between indexfunds and ETF’s
- Investing in Real Estate en the associated taxation options
- What is Private Equity and how you might be able to invest into it.
I’ve now been able to add the following topics:
- What’s a safe withdrawing rate
- Inheritance Tax and what to do about it
- Can you better buy or rent a home
- How much do you need to retire in the Netherlands
- What’s a “average” return on investment for various investment types?
In the coming months I’ll keep adding more content to this section. If you have topics that you would like to see added, or if you would like to see certain English post translated, please drop me a comment!
How’s your E-book going?
Based on the blog/server statistics, I know that only about a quarter to a third of my readers are from the Netherlands. Most seem to be aware of the topics on FIRE. So I didn’t expect my E-book to do too well. But it’s been downloaded over 120 times since the blog post about Going Dutch a few weeks ago. Which is not that bad, but I’m hoping that I can help out more people (and have it downloaded over 1.000 times).
If you are interested (or know someone who might), visit the Dutch Corner! Let me know what you think of it.
P.s. Do’t forget to check out this post if you are Dutch!