The Secret Sauce to Financial Independence & Early Retirement
Want to retire early or achieve financial independence? Learn the one KEY habit that has helped couples retire in their 30s!
Achieve Financial Independence Together
Over the years, as I’ve interviewed couples who are financially independent (with some retiring early in their 30s!), I’ve noticed certain patterns and behaviors that have lead them to those big outcomes.
Justin and his wife looked at key expenses (such as housing, transportation, and food) early on in their marriage and found ways to keep them in check.
Their house is in a beautiful neighborhood and very conveniently located, it wasn’t a hot or trendy area when they bought it. Over the years, they’ve fixed it up and make it the perfect home for their family of five.
Funny thing is with this ‘extra’ time, Simi has started a business she enjoys that gives her the autonomy, flexibility, and challenge she desires.
Justin and his family are able to go on more trips and explore together because they’ve removed many of the typical expenses families have.
Liz and Nate have in a sense unplugged themselves from much of the city life that many young couples love. Instead of feeling isolated or missing out on the hot spots, they have found real joy and connectedness on their homestead.
If you want to hear more about how a few of these couples have managed to retire in their 30s, here are some podcast episodes to check out.
Elle Martinez helps families at Couple Money achieve financial freedom by sharing tips for reducing debt, increase income, and building net worth. Learn how to live on one income and have fun with the second..