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How To Retire Before 40: Retire On Less Than $100,000 Paperback – February 14, 2011
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There are several chapters that have information I have never heard of before. The chapter on protecting assets from lawsuits and investing for retirement were especially useful.
This book is a nice alternative to the traditional retirement books with the standard save several million and invest in high income stocks.
This information is more on developing small businesses, using skills, and adapting your life based on your values and lower income, great read.
This book actually shows you how to retire on much much less using techniques that have worked for the author and others. There are some great sections on creating passive online income, protecting your assets, the psychology of early retirement, how to maximise your spending,etc.
I can honestly say that this book has changed my life. I now believe I will take the next step and quit my job to do all the things I have wanted to in my life. Life's short, I plan on going for it.
Some of the best stuff for me was the information regarding passive and internet income, using hobbies to generate extra cash, and most importantly for me, how to retire and viably live comfortably overseas. My retirement dream has always been to purchase property in Italy, reside there year-round while still being able to enjoy my "prime years". This ebook has definitely helped me set some goals, create a plan that'll be easy to follow, and realize my dream.
Mr Cooper, I'll send you a postcard when I get to Genoa. Thanks!! :)
Also included is stuff on saving, insurance, and other things that I knew, but didn't think of in this light. I'm not going to be able to retire before I'm 40, but I think I'm going to be able to stop working my regular job much sooner than I ever thought possible. And I'm already starting to use some of hte ideas I learned in this book. This book paid for itself with just one idea, I'm glad I read it.