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Less Expenses. Retire at age 35

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#1 by ancient350 » Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:32

If your expenses are less you can retire at the age of 35 years.

If you want to do million things in life, you need millions of dollars. 5 acres farmimg is enough to feed a family.

Clixsense is perfect for retiring at the age of 35.
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#2 by valerie » Sun Sep 02, 2012 18:35

Ya think?
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#3 by Darkstar2 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 09:33

ancient350 wrote: If your expenses are less you can retire at the age of 35 years.

If you want to do million things in life, you need millions of dollars. 5 acres farmimg is enough to feed a family.

Clixsense is perfect for retiring at the age of 35.

lol - Not in my country, mate ! I'd have to earn $50k-$60k a year from CS to BARELY survive past poverty :D

What part of your country are you from I should move there, I would retire own a few mansions! ;)

I've always been a workaholic, to me working is more than just the money - it's about doing something you like, and about the challenges and it keeps your brain functioning ..... I probably will retire at 90, maybe 95.....

Retiring is not always about money, it's funny that the people with the most money retire much older.......:P
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#4 by valerie » Mon Sep 03, 2012 13:42

How old are you Darkstar2 and what ya doing over there in Canada? Have you always lived there?
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#5 by Darkstar2 » Wed Sep 05, 2012 15:52

valerie wrote: How old are you Darkstar2 and what ya doing over there in Canada? Have you always lived there?

Always lived there ? Well I hope so - I was born here lol. :D

But in this part of the corrupted part of the nation :D we pay 2/3 of our hard earned money in income tax, not counting 15+ % sales tax, + tax of this, tax of that, in other words $1 earned, 10 cents left to spend :D

What am I doing here ? I'm kinda allergic to tornados, hurricanes, volcanos and heat :lol: Although we have some very nasty weather here now that is on part with some of the violent weather in Texas but not all year long :D

My age ? Well I ain't 90.....and I've over 18! :lol:

But all the kidding aside, yes we are far FAR better off than everywhere else on the planet, true, but we are run by truly corrupted piece of politicians, but aren't other countries too ? :P But with all that said, Canada is not all that bad, some provinces are really prosper mostly mid provinces....But the farther east you go, the more corrupted it gets and the more the thieves suck your money to remodel their bathrooms at $600k and spend your money gambling and spending your money unwisely let's just say :D But it was not always like that. And if a member from Canada reads this don't dare ask me what province I'm living in, I think the description is self explanatory ! :P :P :P
But all that aside, I would not move anytime soon, I mean it's all about weighing the pros and cons.....
Mid provinces are better off tax wise and cost of living, but some are ridden with street gangs and high crime......
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#6 by valerie » Wed Sep 05, 2012 16:56

Eh, I guess it's always something no matter where you live. Errrr, wonder what the name of that island is that actor fellow was on? Could always go there, no tax. Gotta build your own bathroom, tho. :mrgreen:
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