2069: [Part 1] Are You Feeling Lucky? The Two Schools of Retirement Income by Darrow Kirkpatrick
Darrow Kirkpatrick of Can I Retire Yet talks about the two schools of retirement income. This is part 1 of 2.
Episode 2069: [Part 1] Are You Feeling Lucky? The Two Schools of Retirement Income by Darrow Kirkpatrick
Darrow Kirkpatrick is the founder of CanIRetireYet.com. He began serious investing in his mid-30s and retired at age 50. He's not a dot com millionaire and didn't become financially independent by flipping real estate or trading hot stocks. He did it the traditional way: hard work, frugality, prudent investing, and patience.
When it comes to personal finance, his top priorities are simplicity, reliability, and safety. Now his mission is to help others become financially independent as he did.
More recently, Chris Mamula has been managing the blog and he's a frequent writer on the site. Chris used principles of traditional retirement planning, combined with creative lifestyle design, to retire from a career as a physical therapist at age 41. After poor experiences with the financial industry early in his professional life, he educated himself on investing and tax planning. Now he draws on his experience to write about wealth building, DIY investing, financial planning, early retirement, and lifestyle design.
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Diania Merriam is the founder of The EconoMe Conference, an event centered around financial independence. After getting out of $30K of debt in 11 months, she used her newfound financial freedom to walk 500 miles across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago. Diania saves 60% of her income and is on track to be financially independent by the time she’s 40 years old. She’s passionate about personal finance and thrilled to be the new host of Optimal Finance Daily
. When she’s not working, you can find her cooking and hiking with her best friend, an 80 lb German Shepard Lab mix named Buddy.