The pay for serving and protecting your country isn't great at first, but military service comes with some decent retirement and education perks -- and substantial risks.
Many older workers and early retirees could see their premiums drop when the major components of health care reform kick in next year. Others won't be so fortunate.
The pursuit of financial freedom requires an entirely different mindset than you've had up until now. That's according to a family man who retired at 30.
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Whether your goal is 'semiretirement' or the freedom to never work again, you have to focus on these 3 basics.
The fundamentals involved mostly the 2 of us living on a shared $30,000 to $40,000 in spending money per year, including housing costs, and saving the rest.
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