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Hi,

We have a lot about million dollar retirement goals and calculations on how to reach there at 60 etc.

I haven't found much information on if a person has around a million around ~40 years, can they retire? How would they manage close to 40 years in retirement? Any practical experiences?

For this purpose, let's assume the million $ in taxable and tax deferred investments outside equity in home.

Thanks,
RGYA
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