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PSU writes,

It was being single your whole life. That was the tradeoff I was referring to.

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That's another common misconception. A couple with similar incomes and the same philosophy on saving & investing should be able to retire even earlier, since they only need to fund the expenses of one household between them.

Of course, if you have kids, that's obviously an added expense that will delay retirement -- but so is buying a boat or an airplane.

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