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3 Simple Steps to Retiring Early

Today's employees are working longer than ever, with a good portion of Americans working into their 70s or beyond. In fact, 92% of workers currently in their 40s say they expect to continue working


Today's employees are working longer than ever, with a good portion of Americans working into their 70s or beyond. In fact, 92% of workers currently in their 40s say they expect to continue working part-time in retirement, according to a survey from TD Ameritrade, and 52% of those in their 70s are still working in at least some capacity.

While that retirement strategy works for some people, others are counting down the days until they can leave their jobs for good and start relaxing. If you're itching to retire as soon as you can, early retirement might be a major life goal to strive for.

Exactly what defines "early" retirement will differ for everyone. For some workers, it means retiring before age 65 while for others, retiring early means in their 40s or 50s. Regardless of the age at which you want to retire, there are a few steps you can take to set yourself on the right path.

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