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Early retirees say they're ready for a recession.

Self-made millionaires who retired in their 30s say a recession doesn’t worry them. Here’s what they’re doing with their money right...

Some early retirees are relying on cash cushions, while others are investing as the coronavirus pandemic sends the economy toward a recession.
Will the coronavirus pandemic be the end of early retirement?

Forget FIRE: A man who retired at age 34 with $3 million says the coronavirus pandemic might replace the early retirement trend with a new movement

One early retiree thinks the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic will see a growth in the DIRE movement: delay, inherit, retire, expire.

What 8 people wish they knew before retiring in their 20s and 30s

Early retirement may sound like a dream life, but some early retirees say there's more to financial independence than meets the eye.
Some high-earning millennials are oversaving for retirement.

A financial adviser says there’s a classic piece of money advice her high-earning millennial clients are too good at: saving for retirement

The danger of oversaving for retirement is that it might lead you to sacrifice short-term goals like buying a house. Here's how to tell if that's you.
Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung in Malaysia.

A day in the life of 2 self-made millionaires who retired at age 31 to travel the world and have already visited more than 40 countries so far

Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung retired early to become world travelers. They spent two months in Thailand. Next stop: Singapore.
Younger generations are redefining retirement.

Are people retiring earlier or later? Both are true — and it says a lot about the youngest generations entering and defining the workforce

Retiring isn't always about money. Younger generations are defining retirement on their own terms, choosing early retirement or to keep working.

A day in the life of a 34-year-old early retiree who lives in NYC, grew his net worth to $1.25 million in just 5 years, and wakes up at 7:30 a.m.

Despite retiring years earlier than the average worker, Grant Sabatier keeps busy: He runs a blog, signs copies of his book, and walks his dog.
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Working constantly in my 20s bought me my house, but it also led to debilitating depression. Still, I don’t regret anything.

"Just like with my dad and mom's first jobs, the work I did in my 20s is what my family needed at the time. And I don't regret a thing."
One must commit to a frugal lifestyle to retire early. Subject not pictured.

A 36-year-old New York lawyer who makes $270,000 says he lives off rice and beans so he can save 70% of his salary. He’s part of a growing movem...

An increasing number of millennials are trying to retire early. To stay on track for financial independence, many commit to a frugal lifestyle.

Retiring early doesn’t mean you’ll stop making money — here’s how one retired millennial made more than $60,000 in passive inc...

J.P. Livingston retired early at age 28 with a $2 million nest egg. She continued to generate income during early retirement. Here's how she did it.