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Are you afraid you will have to work until you drop? Are you fed up with your job, the nine-to-five, and want to escape? Can’t work out how to square that circle? Find out how to retire early without a six-figure income, even if you have children.

With a life expectancy of 79, the average American can expect to retire at 64 with a net worth of $224,000, leaving them with less than $15,000 a year to live on. If you have different goals and aspirations then you are not alone. F.I.R.E. - Financial Independence Retire Early: the key elements are building a portfolio of investments that will provide an alternative income that will replace your income from salaried employment. There are many blogs and books written by well-paid graduates recounting their experience of how they managed to retire at 38 without having kids. Achieving this when you are a DINK (dual income, no kids) is a breeze. But what about you - the average Joe and Joanne? Find out how someone with a family and who is not on a six-figure salary can aspire to achieve financial independence. I cannot promise you will be able to retire at 40, or even 50, but I can give you a real road map that will enable you to achieve early retirement. 

In this audiobook, you will discover:

  • A portfolio secret that has consistently beaten the market since 1995
  • Why you may not need as much as you think to retire
  • How you can retire as a millionaire
  • How to avoid massive losses in the stock market
  • The secret of investing like Warren Buffett
  • Why you need to pay yourself first. 
  • Why some people almost always make money in the stock market

I retired early to live off my dividend income, sent two kids to college, and I am not special. If you want to stop earning money for someone else, start doing the things you want, and to have a better quality of life, then buy to listen now.

©2021 Platinum Media Ltd (P)2021 Platinum Media Ltd

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Good for first time FIRE

Good audiobook for beginners. Great breakdown of the list multiple investment streams. glad I purchased it

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  • Eric L Braaten
  • 04-29-21

Smashes it out

This book lays out the steps and how to achieve the most out of life while planning for the future. Great listen! I think the idea of early financial independence is very appealing for many reasons.