Want to know how to retire early and be financially independent?
Do what the various hubs say to do: Pay yourself first through automatic payroll deduction. Invest your savings in either a mutual fund or index fund. And watch it grow. One thing more: Live below your means. By doing just these two simple, yet powerful things, you should begin to see your wealth compound. Good luck!
the best way to become financially independent and retire early is to master the art of investments.
by being a savvy investor you move beyond making money by working hard to getting your money to work hard for you.
you can find great tips and information on how to become financially independent on my hub
by Scott S Bateman 5 years ago
1. Track every expense.2. Save 20 to 50% of your income.3. Buy the smallest house you can tolerate.4. Buy only used Honda cars -- or none at all.5. Dedicate yourself to smart investing.
by Research Analyst 9 years ago
Do you want to retire early or work until you die?
by Hariom 7 years ago
Do Men Like Financially Independent Women or Housewife?
by jahranimo 10 years ago
There is a ton of money out there to make and anyone who is willing to pay the price can gain the rewards. The truth is that most people are so caught up in their job, they never make the time to learn the things that they must do in order to become totally financially independent.And this is a...
by Billie Kelpin 7 years ago
If you were not anywhere near financially ready to retire, would you do it anyway?Sometimes when you're so financially far behind, it seems like it doesn't make sense NOT to take a risk. There is no way we will ever be able to "comfortably" or maybe even SLIGHTLY comfortably able to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 7 years ago
Many recent college graduates are currently unemployed. Yes, we all know that the unemployment situation is not what we would call positive at this point. However, there are some jobs around. These jobs may be not the jobs of the moment but they can sustain the...
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