Alert: you’re going to feel bad about yourself after reading this article. The Washington Post recently interviewed “Mr. Money Mustache,” a man who retired at the age of 30 with no debt, on how he was able to do this. Time after time in this article, he comes back to how not owning a car, or buying an affordable used car you can pay cash for, is one of the biggest ways to live debt free. Here’s the article. Check it out and report back on how his advice is working for you.
Man Who Retired Debt Free At 30 Says Not Owning Car Played Large Part
by SRTC Staff | Apr 30, 2013 | Uncategorized | 2 comments
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Not sure I could have retired at 30 but I have been debt free for years, and that is a good way to be.
yeah, it's fabulous! If more people were like that we wouldn't be in the economy we're in. Unfortunately, it's too late for me to retire by 30 🙁