A growing business – and family
Clint Indrele runs a small workplace relations and HR consulting business, On Demand HR, which is growing fast. His wife is a primary school teacher, supporting kids with learning difficulties – a vocation she loves. Together, they are raising a young family: two boys, aged four and two, in Sydney’s south-western suburbs.
“I’ve been self-employed for 9.5 years; I have one full time staff member, one casual and one contractor. We’ve had steady growth over the past 4-5 years. This year we’ll likely do about 30 – 40% better than last year.”
Clint owns his own home but had never invested in property, prior to investing with Ironfish.
“I’ve considered investing in property for years, but never done it. To be honest, it just came down to not having the knowledge, and not having the reserves of time needed to look into these things.
“I have invested in the share market considerably – the US options market – and have actually done very well doing it. But I wanted to diversify a bit and have something else with it. I was lucky with my options trading as I put my money into the US when the exchange rate was good. Everything I already have in there is good to keep working with, but now there’s not much incentive to put new money in when you’re only getting 69c.”
“My ultimate goal would be to retire as early as possible. Whether that’s passive income from the options trading, the business itself (trying to work myself out of the business) and/or a little bit of passive income from a property eventually. If a combination of these can deliver me some passive income by age 50 or even late 40s – that would be great.”