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Even millennials can retire early. Here’s how

By Pavithra Mohan

“It’s not that you plan on retiring at age 40 and not doing anything that will earn you income for the rest of your life,” says Nick Holeman, a financial planning expert at Betterment. “Normally, it’s that you’re retiring to something instead of retiring from something. It might be a full-time job, just something that doesn’t pay as much and that you feel more passionate about–or it might be what was once your side hustle, but now you can devote more time to it.” That money may not be significant, but it can provide some cushion.

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This article originally published March 21st, 2019 on FastCompany