Lately I’ve been browsing various message boards for my fire-related reading before bed and came across a subreddit for what’s called “leanFire”(https://www.reddit.com/r/leanfire).
It’s aimed at “people who want to retire before 60 with less than 40k in yearly expenses”, although it seems like most posters have yearly incomes that hover around that range, and quite a few that are lower. … Read More
In 1930, economist John Maynard Keynes wrote an essay titled “Economic Possibilities For Our Grandchildren”. While some of us nerds have quite a few opinions about the essay, most people probably think they’ve never heard of it. And they haven’t…except for the part where we’re all supposed to be working 15 hours a week.… Read More
Retirement is a far-off milestone for most people. Any 21 year old fresh faced college graduate sees the coming decades of their life dominated by careers and families, with the option to quit work at least 4 decades away. Put another way, for someone who has only been alive for 21 years, age 65 is triple their time on this planet. … Read More