3 edition of How to Retire Young and Rich found in the catalog.
How to Retire Young and Rich
Joseph S. Coyle
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Early retirement will take a determined effort and persistent savings to achieve. Just think about it, if you retire at 55 and expect to live to 90 you are talking about 35 years of living off your investments.
The book is well written and even gives some good ideas of what towns you might want to consider for retirement living/5(4).
He suggests that most retired people (in general of course) require about 80% of their pre-retirement income. While this is all well and good, I expect that most people who desire to retire "young and rich" are going to require more than 80% of their pre-retirement income to fund their new financially independent lifestyle/5(3).
How to Retire Young and Rich (Money's America's Financial Advisor Series) The solid strategies needed to put together a winning financial and emotional plan for early retirement await the reader here, from investing for the future to handling the tax bite, and much more/5.
In How to Retire Young and Rich, Coyle offers basic advice for people looking towards retirement or planning to retire young. The book outlines straightforward strategies for saving and investing and urges everyone to start early and to put as much as they can into their retirement.
The first two-thirds of the book emphasizes the importance of creating your own reality by believing in your ability to retire rich and to retire young. It stressed the importance of leveraging one’s mind as the first step towards reaching your goal of financial freedom at a younger age/5.
I am both a money nerd and a book nerd. Naturally, I get a little giddy when I find old books about money I've never heard of before. While browsing Oregon's best used bookstore earlier this year, I stumbled on a book called How to Retire Young by Edward M. Tauber. Tauber retired at the age of 43 from a tenured full professorship as Professor of Marketing at the .