Welcome to Retire Early 365
For years we’ve all followed a basic set of ideas that we should work hard, save, invest, and if we are lucky, retire comfortably at 65. But doesn’t that leave us only a handful of years in which we can really be mobile and enjoy retirement?
Why should the target not be earlier? 55? or how about 45 even? Now that sounds more like it.
This type of lifestyle doesn’t come from wishing, or saving, it comes from living *smart*.
Eric Rogers Gaddy, of Asheville, North Carolina, died peacefully at the young age of 92 on April 20th, 2060, making good on the promise he made Deb in 2009, to live to at least 92. He often expressed "the bare minimum is enough, if the minimum is set high...read more
In many cases, DEBT is the big ball and chain holding folks back from getting free earlier in life. And if at all possible, you want to have little to no debt when you retire. Debt must be dealt with in order to get on the road to seizing your freedom, but it doesn’t happen overnight. That being said, the closest thing to “magic” is called theread more