to Retire at Age 55

Retiring at age 55 is surprisingly affordable with an early start and a strong savings discipline. Taking advantage of compounding interest and a tax-advantaged plan are critical to hitting your retirement goals.

In this video, we discuss:

  • Saving a percentage of your income that will get you to your retirement goals
  • Returns that will double your investment
  • Planning for the years between retirement and eligibility for Social Security

If you haven’t gotten an early start on saving for retirement, it’s time to do some math. We’ve created a free worksheet to help you calculate the amount of money you’ll need to be financially independent. Click the button to access yours now.

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Free Download: Financial Independence

What will it take to get you to retirement? Financial independence occurs when you have enough income to cover your living expenses for the rest of your life without having to work or depend upon others. You can reach financial independence in a variety of ways, but most commonly it occurs through a mix of investments, retirement savings, and other sources of passive income.

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