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How to Retire Rich, Early, or With Little or No Money

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Want to know how to retire rich? Retire early? How about retiring with little or no money? Or retiring overseas? I've collected the web's most interesting how to retire articles below. They're guaranteed to give you some new ways to think about retirement.

1. How To Retire In 5 Years

The method is robust and replicable (no need to win the lottery, start a blogging business, or win at real estate), but not easy; much in the same way that a diet results in weight loss but is hard to follow persistently unless you set your mind to it. The key is to save 75%+ of your net income and invest it in income producing assets (bonds and dividend stocks). Here is a "21 day" step-by-step plan for how to do this... Read more

2. How To Retire Young

You can retire young, but it’s going to take more than wishful thinking - it’s also going to take a sufficient net worth and some effective strategies. The more money you earn, the easier it should be to retire young. But, regardless of income, here is your guide to exiting the workforce early... Read more

3. How Much Money Do You Need To Retire

If you’re really thinking of retiring early in your life – the question shouldn’t be: “How much do I need?”. Better to ask yourself: “How little do I need to retire now?”. You would be surprised what answers you’ll find out. You can retire early with a little bit of planning and some discipline... Read more

4. How to Retire Rich

Want to learn how to retire rich? Most people relish the idea of retiring rich but never really work on it. What most rich retirees have in common is that they are financially fit. However, it is wise to say that if you want to retire rich, adopt some or all of the tips that they use everyday... Read more

5. How To Retire With Little Money

Millions of workers today are facing the harsh reality that they are closing in on retirement and do not have one dollar in their retirement savings account. Some feel that this means that they will have to continue working full time until the day they die. This does not have to be so. Though you will likely still have to work part-time, you can still enjoy retirement even with no money. Here are some steps you can take to do just that... Read more

6. How To Retire In Paradise On $30 A Day

This is a report put out by International Living. Here's what they say, "Whatever you imagine, here’s a guarantee: In the world’s best havens, the dream can be yours—and for less than you can possibly imagine." Their report is called How to Retire in Paradise on $30 a Day... Read more

7. How To Retire With A Million Dollars

The road to $1 million starts early, but there's hope, and help, for late bloomers. Choose your age category in this article to see how much you need to save each month to accumulate $1 million by age 65... Read more

8. How To Retire on $12,000 a Year – The Key Is Sharing

The prosperity of the past 50 years has raised our expectations. We want to own our house, to have our own bedroom, our own bathroom, our own car, our own phone (preferably mobile) and our own TV, and we want to eat what we want for dinner, not what everyone else is having. That makes life very expensive.

The solution is social. It is called sharing, having enough social skills to multiply your effective income to a level far greater than it could be made with ordinary cash... Read more

9. How To Retire Overseas

Many people who retire abroad are searching for better healthcare options. “Modern Healthcare” predicts that the amount of Americans that travel overseas for healthcare will grow by 700%. This fact contributes to the many reasons people find for retiring abroad. This list of five guidelines to follow for life as an expatriate will be very useful to you if you decide to follow this road someday... Read more

 

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