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Financial Independence Number on a Low Income – Here’s Mine! Financial Independence wasn’t even on my radar until about two years ago. I had a fairly low …

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  1. Hope you're able to just grow your channel and retire early from that. Loving your style.

    Even though I've already hit FI, I still watch! (still catching up on your older vids)

  2. Great video. Really appreciate your transparency and honesty. Will really help lots of people out there trying to achieve their FI number.

  3. First, congrats on starting this journey and sharing with us. My FI number is similar to yours and it has been a ride but totally worth it. I was able to both decrease my expenses and increase my income so I am close (2 more years) and plan to retire by 37-38.

    You will get to your FI much quicker because of your Youtube channel (I forcee it growing as you have some great content) and compounding. Good luck!

  4. amazing personality with great leadership qualities, @lisa_upfx i believe in her hands and success followed, initialy i deposited and in couple days i got my profits ,her credibility cant't be overloooked! feel free 2 [email protected] ha 0' .n l',G @lisa_upfx

  5. I'm worried about the cost of healthcare if I retire early – medicare doesn't kick in till age 65. Anyone out there have thoughts on this? Great video – thanks for sharing your plan!

  6. So glad I found your channel! This is exactly the advice I've been looking for. I'm also in a similar salary range and I'm from the same area as you (but I moved lol). Can't wait to follow your journey!

  7. Great video and well explained. I remember starting off years ago and seeing such a long road. What you will realized very quickly is that that number will come much sooner. If your YouTube channel takes off, you could possibly plan for that time to be cut in half. What you also could do is live in another country for half the year which would be a fraction of what New Jersey costs. I'm 37 and my wife and I are 3 years away from FAT fire. We plan to live in somewhat luxury half the year in Thailand where your money goes 3 times further than in the US. The mindset you have and your plan is great. Try to increase your income to shave off 3-5 years maybe more. I wish you the very best on your journey.

  8. How do account for inflation in planning your target number? The lifestyle you have on 30k/year now would be very different from 30k in 17 years. Do you lower the expected the growth rate for returns by what you anticipate inflation to be on average? Thanks for sharing!

  9. Great plan. I totally agree with what you said about 17 years will pass regardless. You can be 17 years older with no savings or 17 years older with 750k. People who choose the former will have no idea where their money went but will have some memories of donating sacks of barely worn clothing and shoes to charity shops twice a year.

  10. A solid plan, nothing wrong with that at all. Puts you ahead of the vast majority.
    Food for thought. The most valuable money you save in that plan is the money you put in now and what you have already saved because that money has the longest time gaining compound interest.
    What if you took a side hustle, (extra work) something simple to earn a bit of extra money each week and you put 100% of that extra money into your investment? Maybe something that takes just a few hours a week to accomplish, something not too taxing and hopefully enjoyable based on a hobby or interest or a skill you already have. Let's say it earns you an extra $50 per week and maybe you do it only for a few years. That's about $2,600.00 per year extra to sit there earning compound interest, which after 17 years becomes a lot more than $2,600.00.
    It would be interesting to see the effect that would have on your timeline.
    I have a young relative (almost 18) I am trying to introduce to this concept, so I've been thinking about it a lot.

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