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Looking to retire early or become financially free? Learn the key to investing to be financially independent and how index funds help you stress less and grow your nest egg faster!
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Investing and Financial Independence
We’re here – the final show for the 10 Days & Many Ways to Financial Independence!
After getting into tracking your money, slashing expenses, boosting your savings rate, and earn more, it’s time to look at where to invest.
You might be wondering why I waited until the end to talk about investing – I mean isn’t that the secret sauce to early retirement?
If you speak with or read about those who are already retired, they’ll more than likely tell you that key to retiring early is growing the gap between what you make and what you spend.
Selected Links from the Episode:
Financially Independent Investing
If you want to learn more about index funds and/or investing, here are some resources to checkout:
- Investing Made Simple
- 8 Simple Portfolios
- Why Invest with Index Funds?
- Essential Guide To IRAs and Investing
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