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How to retire while you’re still very young

Few people can afford to retire comfortably, never mind early.

There are a number of pathways to retiring early.

You may need to earn a good salary, or you may have to make some sacrifices.

Or you may have to live in a small home and choose your hobbies carefully.

Yet, it is possible.

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviewed Warren Ingram, Financial Advisor at Galileo Capital, about how early retirees differ from the rest of us, and how it is possible for them to achieve financial freedom so young.

Early retirees are not like you and me at all.

They do things very differently.

To learn how they do it (and how you could too) listen to the interview in the YouTube clip below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

Early retirees are happily married. Money is not a source of conflict for them and they are partners when it comes to investing.

Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital

Early retirees are not envious of other people’s apparent wealth.

Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital

Early retirees... their parents are, typically, very frugal.

Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital

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