VictoriaF wrote:Then, unexpectedly, the rate shoot up to the whooping 0.2%. I still can't forgive myself for the lack of patience.
airahcaz wrote:had dinner with a friend whose father poured his whole life into his gas station (his only retirement asset)...
Thoughts on any helpful advice?
sanfran2015 wrote:but that not sure I would want to live in a red state. I wouldn't be able to stand Ted Cruz as my senator
madbrain wrote:Prior to the ACA, we would not have been able to get insured and thus taking early retirement was basically unthinkable.
sanfran2015 wrote:Wow! 1k/month?! Is that each or for both? That would be a substantial increase from my current plan where employer picks up most of the premium cost.
I guess working longer does have its advantages
AllenSmith wrote:Do you want to retire? 58 seems so young
livesoft wrote:REIT fund up 1% today, is it time to sell shares bought yesterday?
airahcaz wrote:Ya, agree, the whole Luxury car discussion is a bit of an oxymoron for Bogleheads. Perhaps it is a goal to enjoy in retirement (or maybe mid 50's?)
TxAg wrote:Quick question: what are folks considering "financially independent"?
FredL wrote:People in the thread probably don't like their jobs. Warren Buffet at 85 is still not planning to retire.
assegai wrote:Wow, a lot of people did some great saving and investing and are retiring young.