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How To Retire Before 40

February 23, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 183

Like many people I was tired of working at my job. Between the commute, the meetings, co-workers, and my boss I wanted to find a way to quit and live my life.

The book "How To Retire Before 40" was just the thing I needed. The book talked about how anyone can retire with $100,000 or more in assets. To be honest I thought this couldn't be accurate or true.

The book showed me how to get rid of all my debt, reduce my expenses, and invest my money. The section on creating passive income streams was very helpful.

It talked about how to start out making an online income and how to increase your income through ebooks and websites, etc. In addition, the section on taking your interests and hobbies and making them into small income streams was very good.

One of the things I liked about the book was the asset protection section and the section on reducing taxes during retirement. These are topics that are rarely mentioned in early retirement books.

The book continues on into areas such as dealing with family, friends, and how the mentality of being an early retiree. These issues are very relevant to anyone who is considering early retirement. I had never thought about these issues before.

If you have ever considered retiring early there are many chapters that will explain exactly what it is like, if it fits into your lifestyle, and gives you a real world plan to accomplish it in a short time frame.

If your looking for more information on early retirement go to

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