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9 thoughts on “Financial Independence Retire Early Age 55 $1.2MM financial independence retire early”

  1. I don't know how people are able to live on only $30K/year. I've paid off my home and I still need at least $45K/year. My hat is off to those of you able to do it.

  2. I think all of you are smoking crack. They don't have nearly enough to retire at 55. Taxes, insurance, and medical are more than 30% of their income. Another 35% drawdown like covid would have them both working at Walmart. They need to work until at least 62 to have any chance to make it 25 years.

  3. He is not a medium to aggressive investor and it will be difficult to get back into market like they should have been all along. His wife will receive 1/2 of his social security via spousal benefit doubling her amount. But given their savings, pension and social security they are good to go at 55. Being frugal they should be able to keep income low and qualify for large ACA subsidy for healthcare. If they can do this, they can wait till 65 (medicare starts) to also start social security. Use up IRA funds first when your income will be lower (no pension or social) and taxes will be minimal.

  4. They seem to be in exceptional financial situation. House paid off and a seven digit portfolio. If they can’t do it, who can? My only question on the SSA benefits are the numbers calculated impacted by not working from 55-62? When I look at the SSA website, I “think” it says the projected benefit amounts assume working until the retirement age and earning a decent income until then.

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