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FIRE Date Is Coming Too FAST! | Financial Independence Retire Early | Mr. Money Mustache financial independence retire early

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In this video I talk about my Financial Independence Retire Early progress. The days are counting down SO fast! Only 370+ days left until F.I.R.E. I have so much to do, and so little time. Thankfully I found Mr. Money Mustache in 2014. I’d be so behind otherwise.

Got news the flips are moving forward, finally. Such dead money for the last 2 years. Also found out another real estate note is being paid back early. Not sure where that will go. I’m thinking about half in options account, and the other half in NUSI. What do you think?

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28 comments

Zach Nunya 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Clicked for the thumbnail chick. Thumbs down

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Mark Abrenio 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Very motivational

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mjs28s 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

REgarding HSA accounts – Don't wait for an employer to have one. You don't have to have an employer or earned income to have an HSA.

Everyone, retired, working, whatever, should start one. Lots of places online that you can start one and either use ETFs, or ETFs and mutual funds, or if you pick the right broker you can buy any ETF or stock or mutual funds that you want like any other investment account.

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azwileetoyote 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

LOL… 1st time coming across your channel… loved that Suzie Orman response to those saying "that's not enough to retire on"… great job, you're crushing it! I'm only just slightly behind you in terms of my investments and cash, I'm 54 and plan to retire this time next year at 55 (my wife will be 53). I use the Fidelity Planner and have a slightly different plan and perspective than you in that I will deplete my principle over time to fund an annual income between $100K- $120K which includes taxes… good chance I wont spend $120K per year but I've modeled it as the worst case scenario withdrawing 7%-9% per year until social security kicks in for my wife at 62 and then at 70 for me where our withdrawal rate ultimately drops to 2%-4%. My principle starts to rapidly climb again, we'll get a chunk from selling our latest house when we tire of it and in multiple scenarios, we ultimately never run out of money. I've had two different Fidelity advisors audit my plan and both have given a thumbs up to retire at 55. Worst case scenario, my two kids inherit next to nothing, best case they inherit and split ~$2M-$3M in todays dollars. They're both successful, smart and are now self-funding their graduate degrees… little to no worries here. good luck with everything.

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Phu Tran 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

you have more than enough.

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Steph Liveright 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Nice work…but for the record, MMM is NOT retired. His wife is still working a corporate job to provide insurance and income and he works in the lecture circuit, works as a podcaster, and works on his website content…. selling FIRE lifestyle…. He likely works more hours than most fully employed peeps…. He also received a high quality education fully funded… Ever notice he doesn't disclose is income???? Its very significant…. He not a fraud, but just isn't forthcoming on his real situation.

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Tracey Starks 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Loving learning from your channel! Starting late, but I guess that's better than not at all, lol! I'm 51 and want to FIRE by age 58. Can you share your Roth Ladder sheet with us? Not sure what other sheets I need in this file but welcome any suggestions. Again, thanks for sharing your knowledge and journey. Truly inspiring!

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Spencer Harper 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

bro wait are you a welder?!

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Mark Abrenio 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

nice!

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Godwin Barley 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

I also have April 2022 scheduled but it is hard staying on the job. Any ideas on how to hang in there?

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Michael Friedman 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

What is Noosey?

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lalew2 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

so he been working starting age 12?

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King Leong 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Wondering why don't you put all investments into NUSI's 7% dividend and live off the dividend income which comes up to 140K a year rather than spread your money around which is hard to manage during your travels. Once you are back in US, you can take some of it and trade options yourself while letting your portfolio in NUSI grow and reinvest your dividends.

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King Leong 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Have to thank GW life for introducing me to this channel. Don’t bother with Cobra, the open enrollment is around thanksgiving and sign for it directly. It’s much cheaper than cobra.

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kopper 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Even after you FIRE, it would be interesting to see how you fund your lifestyle, perform tax management, and fund healthcare.

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trace 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Been too busy working to research where I would go and retire. lol

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The Richuation Room 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Crushing it with the options!

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FRAME of MIND 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

👍

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Rebecca's Quest to FIRE 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

My understanding is that when you do a Roth conversion, you can convert as much as you want. 🤷🏻‍♀️ So, if you wanna do $40-50k a year, go for it!

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Bad Weatherfreak 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

So do you make a 6 figure salary a year?

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Rebecca's Quest to FIRE 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Hahaha at first glance I read this as “first date is coming too fast!” 🤣😂 Maybe it was the girl on the thumbnail that threw me. 😊 Can’t wait to see you hike the AT!

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Jagjeet Singh 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Best of luck with the new channel Dave and I think you have done a great job with your FIRE plans. Quick question, how are you getting the dividend yield in Google Sheets, can you share the formula please?

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Ole Munk Lauritsen 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Great video Dave and awesome to see you’re this close to achieving your goal. I started my investing journey last year at age 42, with most of my holdings in growth stocks. I do however invest every month into my dividend portfolio, which will be my fire income part. Once my growth stocks hit their target I sell and put profits (after tax) into my dividend portfolio.

Still far away from achieving fire, but my goal is to retire before 50!

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Mr.MattyJK 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Dave can you do a video about what to do/process of getting paid your dividends when you don't have a house or physical address? I've recently started wondering about this and reached out to my broker but they told me I must have a physical home address and can't be PO box or anything. i wonder if there is a way around all that. anyways enjoyed the video and always like keeping up with your FIRE the updates!

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Ryan Giffin 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Heyyy excited for the new channel!! I think 1.9 million is plenty especially with how effective you are at selling options. I hope to join you one day in early retirement. Going to subscribe to the new channel now.

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William Dieffenbach 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

If 1.6 million dollars is not enough in America, then why should anyone even try?

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Dividend Dogo 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Love the breakdown my wife and I are planning to retire around 50! Why Nusi over QYLD or even Jepi? These all seem like great options to boost that income up as you fire.

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Ethos Investing 12/09/2021 - 5:43 Chiều

Dave – Almost there! Here comes the AT. I think you have plenty saved for a comfortable retirement. Looking forward to seeing how things go after the DAY. Take care

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