Howdy folks! I just bumped into this site and found it great info (wish I had info like this long ago).
Anywho, the wife and I decided that the time was right to retire (I'm 46). So last week I pulled the trigger and dropped my resignation from the job. We've both been living a pretty modest life and continue planning to do the same (debt free).
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Coach and bssc thanks for responding. Planning for an early retirement (at least for me) included starting at an early age (19) and putting away moneys (low risk) and completing a military career (helps out). I did two yrs in Korea (two years with other units) and one 2 yr tour at Ft. Lewis, WA with the 9th Inf Reg (Light Infantry).
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