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Aspiring early retirees - age 35 or 40 - go extreme

Goal requires discipline, a bit of faith and lots of money savvy

10:02 PM, Mar. 29, 2013
'The goal is to move from the working class to the investment class,' said Jason Fieber of Sarasota, Fla.
'The goal is to move from the working class to the investment class,' said Jason Fieber of Sarasota, Fla.
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To most people, "retiring early," means 55. But to Jason Fieber, that's too long to wait.

Everything Fieber does is with one goal: retiring well before he hits the big 4-0. The 30-year-old service adviser at a car dealership in Sarasota, Fla., even moved to the Sunshine State from his Michigan home, in large part to live in a state without income tax. The sunnier climate also lets him more comfortably use the bus to get everywhere without a car.

By keeping costs down, Fieber, who earns $50,000 a year, saves 60 percent of his net income and has accrued more than $100,000 in three years. He figures he ...

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