Are you ready to ditch the daily commute, the office politics, and the crazy bosses? Are you tired of being overworked and underappreciated?
The good news is that it's much easier to retire young these days than it was for previous generations. We'll show you how we were able to retire in our early 40s by just adhering to some very basic financial strategies.
It's not rocket science! Even if you're currently in debt, have no savings yet, and very little knowledge of finance, this course can get you on the path to early retirement.
Here are just some of the things you'll learn by the end of the course:
Increasing Income & Making it Grow...
Are you ready? Let's do this....
"Knowing that the course leader is living proof that this early retirement advice actually works REALLY helps you engage more."
- Andy Hill from Marriage, Kids and Money
"I am through assignment one! It is GREAT! and I must admit a lot more challenging than I expected. I actually had to go and check my 401k balance, havent looked at that thing in a long while. I spent an hour on the intro and step 1 so far. I am going to tackle step 2 tomorrow. good stuff!"
- Bianca, 35, Oakland CA
"Your course is saving my life! I love the fact this is a practical guide compared to other courses that are simply listening or reading boring stuff. The hands on assignments are more effective. You get practical examples for everything discussed (i.e. side hustles, gigs economy jobs, etc). What I love the most is that it breaks down the numbers so that even a 5th grader can understand it. Anyone can find value in this course."
- Scott, 24, Founder of Prontodelivr
Dylin and his wife, Allison, were able to retire in their early 40s. After both getting laid off, they did the math and decided they didn't have to work for anyone anymore (woo hoo!!).
It took them about 15 years to retire. They didn't inherit any money, have trust funds, or hit it big with a tech IPO. They just followed sound financial techniques - the same ones they teach in this course.
Prior to retiring, they worked in the tech industry in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dylin was Director of Marketing (Tickle, Lumosity, and Basis) and Allison was an IT Project Manager (Accenture, eBay, and Stubhub).
Their website RetireBy45 provides inspiration, tips & resources for retiring early and becoming financially independent.
Dylin is a regular contributor on Quora (Most viewed writer in Retirement Planning) and WalletHub, and has written articles for Business Insider, Elephant Journal, and Lifehack.
Here's a Sneak-Peak at the 6 Sections...
Section 1: Assessing Your Financial Situation
To understand where you currently stand financially, you should know your Monthly Net Income and your Net Worth. In this section, we'll show you how to track your income, spending, assets, and liabilities. And we'll walk you through building tracking spreadsheets you can update regularly.
Section 2: Determining Your Target Goal
In this section, we'll help you figure out your target retirement goal. We'll show you how to use the 4% Rule and the Rule of 25 to calculate how much nest egg you need to retire. And we'll look at ways to reduce the amount of nest egg you need.
Section 3: Managing Debt & Building Credit
If you're saddled with credit card debt, you'll never retire early. We'll help you devise a plan to eliminate credit card debt as soon as possible. We'll also look at strategies to reduce other debts, like student loans, car payments, and even your mortgage.
Section 4: Increasing Income
To build your nest egg, you need income. The best way to maximize income is to develop multiple streams of income. We'll go over a number of ways to do this, such as: How to get a raise at work, How to get a better job, How to create side hustles, and how to earn money in the Gig economy and Sharing economy.
Section 5: Saving & Investing
Next, we'll show how to take that income and GROW it! You'll learn how to take advantage of these 4 investing concepts: Compounding, Dollar cost averaging, Automation, and Diversification. And we'll go over our favorite investment, the Lazy Portfolio.
Section 6: Creating a Budget & Managing Expenses
In this section, we'll go over strategies for saving $1000's on your biggest expenses like Housing, Transportation, and Food costs. We'll help you decide whether renting or buying is better for you, how to buy your first home, and how to negotiate cheaper rent. We'll also go over tons of ways to reduce or eliminate everyday expenses!
In the Bonus section, you'll find a variety of additional tools to help with your early retirement journey. There's a podcast, a retirement guide, and resources (including references, links, and notes) for each of the sections of the course.
"Even if you currently have no savings and are in debt, How to Retire Early in 6 Easy Steps will get you on the path to early retirement. We believe this course is invaluable and wish it were available to us earlier in our life. Don’t work into your 60’s and 70’s. Learn what you can do now on how to retire early and really enjoy life."
- Tina, Co-Founder, Retire Early & Travel
"Full of great information I've never come across in all of my learning! It's hard to believe it isn't in our primary education system. I hope it becomes widely available and wildly popular to empower the people to take control of their work and financial lives. There are so many options aside from signing up for the nine to five slavery system."
- Sam, 28, Pittsburgh PA
"Simple, straight forward, clean and easy. No extra garbage. Gets to the point without laboring it. I wish I had this course 40 years ago!"
- Jim, Retired, Connecticut
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