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As I mentioned at the beginning of this episode, lots of us young people don’t start thinking about planning for our retirement, well…until it’s too late. Which isn’t a good thing.
It may be difficult wrapping your head around something that won’t happen for another 40 or 50 years, but the only way to make sure you’ll actually be able to relax and enjoy your retirement is if you start thinking and planning for it as early as possible.
Fritz Gilbert, the blogger behind The Retirement Manifesto, joins me for this podcast episode to share what he’s learned about retirement over the years and how he is only a few years away from his early retirement at 55.
Make sure to check out the links below for more helpful resources and tips on how you can start taking action now so you can rest easy later.
Fritz’s Advice on How to Retire Early (or Well)
Spend less than you make, and do it for a long time.
Learn More About Fritz’s Retirement Manifesto
Fritz’s Blog Posts You Need to Read
- The First 6 Steps to Financial Wealth
- The Retirement Manifesto — How It Started
- Top 5 Regrets People Have On Their Deathbeds (& How To Avoid Them In Your Life)