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Financial Independence!

I have achieved financial freedoooom! After 12 years of saving and investing I have finally reached financial independence! This means the passive income generated from my investment portfolio is enough to pay for all my current and future living expenses. It’s not about spending more money on things. It’s about spending more time on the things that money… Read More »

Taking Advantage of Opportunities to Retire Early

By | 06/19/2019

Dale Jackson retired at the age of 55. He didn’t win the lottery or start his own successful business. He just worked and saved diligently throughout his career as a media journalist, most recently known for writing investment articles for BNN Bloomberg. He explains how he achieved early retirement in a recent interview. Here are some highlights below. Keep… Read More »

Most People Aren’t Saving Enough. Are You One of Them?

According to a recent Northwestern Mutual study, nearly 1 out of 3 Americans have less than $5,000 saved for retirement. The average retirement savings for all Americans is $84,821. That’s a far cry from enough. Experts typically recommend building at least $1 million in savings by retirement. So it doesn’t look good for the average American. And we… Read More »