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Extreme Early Retirement

An Introduction and Guide to Financial Independence
Narrated by: Michelle Murillo
Length: 1 hr and 20 mins
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If you think you need to work until you're 60, you need to hear this...

In Extreme Early Retirement: An Introduction and Guide to Financial Independence, you'll learn about the new wave of retirees and how people are able to retire when they're still young. We'll go over why you should consider early retirement, what to remember as you plan for an extremely early retirement, how to cut down on spending, and how to keep busy well into your early retirement.

Here's a peek at what you'll learn:

  • What is extreme early retirement?
  • Five reasons you should consider extreme early retirement
  • What type of person should adopt extreme early retirement
  • Seven things you must remember before deciding to plan for extreme early retirement
  • How to determine how much money you need for extreme early retirement
  • How to calculate and optimize your IRA and 401K plan
  • Costs you must keep in mind for extreme early retirement
  • How to cut down spending: five strategies
  • How to increase your savings rate by 30%-50%
  • How to generate passive income sources
  • A crash course to investing through indexing
  • How to become more of a minimalist in 30 Days
  • You have achieved extreme early retirement, now what?
  • Nine ways to keep busy in retirement

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  • Kevin Kotzen
  • 21-07-19

Way to basic to learn anything

Unfortunately I didn't learn anything by reading this book. It provides an oversimplified look at investing and saving. Wished it had gone into more detail and spent less time reiterating obvious points.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-07-19

Good information, easy to read and understand. <br /><br /><br />

This book is easy to understand and has good information in regards to extreme early retirement.

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  • Unicorn Prince
  • 26-12-18

MAYBE A Good Starting Point for Some

Some things seemed obvious to me. Some of the info may serve some. However, I was hoping for more specifics for each topic. Such as a specific plan to accomplish each goal.

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  • CRaleighNJ
  • 29-08-17

Spend Less, Save More!

My headline summarizes the book. I've saved you $4.99. It is not accurate to even characterize this book as "basic" or "fundamental". Do not bother purchasing it unless you are completely clueless about money.

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  • Darrell
  • 31-05-17

Obvious material and a waste of my money! Skip it

I loved the title of the book but that's where it ended for me. It might work for a newbie but this material was obvious is so many ways.

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  • Travis Banfield
  • 28-11-15

Disappointing with lack of analytical insight

What disappointed you about Extreme Early Retirement?

Advice was generic and was simply restatements of surface-level early retirement statements: cut expenses, live on less, etc. The narrator sounded computer generated and struggled with common financial abbreviations.

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More analytical analysis of HOW to achieve early retirement, not WHY early retirement is great. Who needs to be convinced that becoming financial independent earlier has a negative side. Advice was simply too generic for anyone interested in the topic.

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