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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.
Savers who follow this advice can be well-positioned to make early retirement a reality.
Many people decide to start collecting benefits at age 62, but that often doesn't make good money sense.
It's a lot easier if you begin preparing years ahead, but it can be done even if you don't start saving until you are 50.
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