What if you could retire and travel the world by your 30s? It's not just fantasy — these bloggers have done it!
Stealthy money is healthy money.
While you might wish for superior investing advice, it turns out mediocre advice is really all you need.
Tired of the daily grind? Early retirement may be within reach if you can get past four financial and mental roadblocks.
Does it seem like it's taking forever to get to the point where you can stop working? Here's how to get on the fast track to early retirement.
Today we found articles on smart moves for early retirement, how to have a tailgating party indoors, and ways to save money on a family vacation.
When you're forced to exit the workforce early, it can throw a serious wrench in your retirement plans. Here's how to handle it.
Today we found a strategy for early retirement, questions that will help you declutter, and the details on Hulu’s new cable TV service.
Living life free of debt can be really awesome. And we mean really.
So many of us dream of early retirement, but it comes at a price — often your nest egg. Can you afford to stop working early?
One early retiree proves it's not how much you make that matters. Instead, it's what you do with what you have that makes all the difference.
Now that Social Security offers early retirement, it's tempting to take the money and run. Before you do, understand how much you're giving up.
While retirement itself may seem an impossible dream, with good planning and aggressive saving, you may be able to actually retire — early.
Those coveted post-work years can be sweet, but don’t kid yourself — it’ll take a lot of hard work to get there.
Think you can live on one-tenth of your current income? If you're ready to downsize, this book can help you retire long before you ever thought possible.
Whenever I write about calculating how much money you need to retire, some people disagree strongly with the whole idea that there is such a figure. One told me, "The only correct
There's a rule of thumb that's pretty well known to retirement planners: the 4% rule. That rule is starting to look kind of iffy.
Most traditional retirement advice columns I read are written as a guide to retiring in your 60s. Although the advice contained in these columns may be useful to some, I think that
Most people I know have a frustrated passion. There's something they'd rather do a lot more of, but making a living gets in the way. Some people simply accept that their passion wi
Especially for people hoping to retire early, but also those just hoping they can retire at all, there's the question, "How much money do I need?" People who are alr
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