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The object of this board is to support discussion and comments on The Retire Early Home Page at:

http://home.earthlink.net/~intercst/reindex.html

The Retire Early Home Page provides research and commentary on how to retire before age 40. It was created in 1996 by John Greaney as a forum to share the research he'd accumulated in support of his own successful retirement in 1994 at age 38. While the site focuses on really early retirement, much of the information is useful to retirees of any age. Topics include:

1) How to tap your IRA/401k before age 59 1/2 without penalty.

2) What's the safe withdrawal rate in retirement?

3) How much money do you need to retire before age 40?

4) Are you paying too much in fees and commissions?

5) Are you getting the shaft in your 401k, annuity, or variable universal life (VUL) policy?

Join the discussion.

intercst
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It's amazing where this board has gone.
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"It's amazing where this board has gone. "

I think it should be listed under Political rather than Retirement. Is there a real retirement board? I plan on retiring at 65. I started reading this board 10-12 years ago and it was pretty informative back then.
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I plan on retiring at 65. I started reading this board 10-12 years ago and it was pretty informative back then.
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The advice hasn't changed much, so we don't repeat it ad nauseum. It's over to the right in the FAQs. intercst's hompage is still of good value
http://www.retireearlyhomepage.com/

as is dory's calculator (dory was here within the last 10-12 years).
http://firecalc.com/

There are lots of calculators out there now, but dory's was one of the first, and still one of the best.

Ask a question; we'd be happy to answer it.

arrete
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Thanks arrete. I found a couple of fool boards that suit me better. No politics. Retirement goes well beyond investtmenting and politics.

Thanks
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