How To Retire Early And Live Well With Less Than A Million Dollars

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Adams Media, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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In 1981, at the age of 29 the author began living off his investments of just several hundred thousand dollars. In the intervening years he has made more than $5 million in investment profits. Edmunds was not an investment advisor or a commissioned mutual fund sales representative: he was a financial journalist and an individual investor.

How to Retire Early and Live Well with Less than a Million Dollars describes step by step how a retiree can live comfortably on $500,000 or less. Americans will discover that they can walk away from their job today and 15 million more will discover they can walk away from work in less than five years.

This is the first book to tackle these topics that is written by an actual retiree. Using simple, original investment strategies and formulas, the book shows how to assemble your nest egg and achieve steady, tax-advantaged returns every year for the rest of your life.

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Gillette Edmunds, a leading expert on investing during retirement, has more than tripled his net worth during retirement. He served as the SmartMoney expert on early retirement for the weekly "SmartMoney" primetime chatroom on AOL and has been a guest on many local radio programs. He currently writes a regular column for "SimpleLiving.com," has appeared on NBC Nightly News, and has been quoted in Barron's, Fidelity Outlook, New Choices, ThirdAge.com, MyPrimeTime.com, and WomensFinance.com. He is also the author of three other books on retirement and investing.

Jim Keene, CFA, CFP, is a regional manager for Wells Fargo Private Client Services, who leads teams investing more than $2 billion in real estate, stocks, and other investments for high-net-worth individuals. A money manager for twenty-five years, he specialized in commercial and residential real estate and other alternative investments. Keene is also a California-licensed real estate broker, teacher of CFA review classes, and on the faculty of the University of San Francisco.

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