The FIRE movement: What to consider before trying to retire early
The FIRE movement has taken off in recent years. FIRE stands for "Financial Independence, Retire Early" and it's easy to see why it is so appealing. Quitting your day job in your 40's, 30's, or even 20's is incredibly tempting, and it is technically possible. We talked to people across the financial planning community, including Ramit Sethi, Grant Sabatier, Jean Chatzky, Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung, and more, to discuss the FIRE movement and if joining it now is still a good idea.
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