10 Levels of Financial Independence And Early Retirement | How to Retire Early financial independence

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मुफ़्त में निवेश शुरू करें: M1 वित्त – वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता और प्रारंभिक सेवानिवृत्ति के 10 स्तर | जल्दी रिटायर कैसे हो। दीर्घकालिक वित्तीय लक्ष्य कभी-कभी इतने बड़े लग सकते हैं कि वे लगभग अप्राप्य महसूस करते हैं, खासकर जब हम वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता के लिए अपनी सड़क पर शुरुआत कर रहे हों। आर्थिक रूप से स्वतंत्र, सेवानिवृत्त प्रारंभिक समुदाय में मेरे और मेरे जैसे कई अन्य लोगों ने वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता के छोटे और अधिक प्रबंधनीय स्तरों में आर्थिक रूप से स्वतंत्र होने के लक्ष्य को तोड़ने में मददगार पाया है। न केवल इसलिए कि यह हमारे लिए अपनी प्रगति को ट्रैक करना आसान बनाता है, जो बदले में हमें पूरी प्रक्रिया में प्रेरित रहने में मदद करता है, बल्कि इसलिए भी कि यह हमें किसी कार्य के इस पहाड़ को दूर करने के लिए शुरू करने की प्रारंभिक बाधा को दूर करने में मदद करता है। आज के वीडियो में, मैं आपको वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता के 10 स्तरों के बारे में बताने जा रहा हूं और साथ ही एक उदाहरण देता हूं कि अपने जीवनकाल में पहले स्तर से वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता प्राप्त करने के लिए कैसे जाना है। वीडियो में उल्लिखित लिंक: रेडिट लीनफायर लिंक: रेडिट फैटफायर लिंक: धन के 11 चरण: एफआई के 7 चरण: एफआई के 3 स्तर: वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता के 6 चरण: एफआई के 55 चरण: यदि आप इस वीडियो का आनंद लेते हैं और अधिक देखना चाहते हैं मैं आपको नीचे दी गई कुछ प्लेलिस्ट देखने और साप्ताहिक वीडियो के लिए सदस्यता लेने के लिए अत्यधिक प्रोत्साहित करता हूं: साप्ताहिक वित्त वीडियो के लिए सदस्यता लें: मेरे सभी व्यक्तिगत वित्त/निवेश वीडियो: मेरे सभी पुस्तक सारांश: goo.gl/xmWeaD मेरे सभी सामाजिक कौशल वीडियो : मेरे सभी स्वास्थ्य संबंधी वीडियो: मेरे सभी उत्पादकता वीडियो: इस चैनल का समर्थन करें: श्रव्य नि: शुल्क परीक्षण (2 मुफ़्त ऑडियोबुक शामिल हैं) – ब्लूहोस्ट (वेब ​​होस्टिंग) – कन्वर्टकिट (ईमेल मार्केटिंग) – ट्यूबबडी (ऑनलाइन टूल जिसका उपयोग मैं अपने YouTube को विकसित करने के लिए करता हूं) ) चैनल) – अनुशंसित पुस्तकें: कुल धन बदलाव – अमीर पिता, गरीब पिता – करोड़पति नेक्स्ट डोर – इंडेक्स कार्ड (व्यक्तिगत वित्त को जटिल क्यों नहीं होना चाहिए) – सेवानिवृत्त प्रेरित – प्रारंभिक सेवानिवृत्ति चरम – आपका पैसा या आपका जीवन – स्वचालित करोड़पति – Beha vi या गैप – द इंटेलिजेंट इन्वेस्टर – #FinancialFreedom #FinancialIndepdendence #ArlyRetirement अस्वीकरण: सभी राय मेरे अपने हैं, प्रायोजकों को स्वीकार किया जाता है। विवरण में लिंक आमतौर पर संबद्ध लिंक होते हैं जो आपको बिना किसी अतिरिक्त लागत के चैनल का समर्थन करने में मदद करते हैं। ,

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40 comments

Vera Monique 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

If being a millionaire retiree is your future forte, then keep a close eye on the stock market stakes and ensure that you invest in the right stocks that suit you.

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Joel Manrique 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I'm guessing John and Jane does not have a mortgage?!

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theIdlecrane 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I achieved FI at 38. But I mean that's just a number, beyond the number there is a lot more to life.

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Jonathan DJING 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I didn’t fool with credit cards despite what people tell me, my greatest pleasure is to come home at night, shower and having no worries of debts

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Holky M. Syaugi 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Amazing, school doesn't teach this, because they're "factory" of employee…

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45-Again 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Another excellent vid! If you could, can you make a vid(s) for people who have "already" retired.. Thanks..

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Diomedes01 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I passed my financial independence number in 2020. Based on my calculations, I will hit my financial freedom number in 2022. My goal is to retire somewhere between financial freedom and financial abundance. I'll be roughly 52 years old by then. Looking forward to an early retirement! 😃

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D Y 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

If you cant retire in style, you cant retire. 😎

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Joryo1 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

The hypothetical does not take into account federal and state income taxes. $83,200/12 = $6,933 of gross income. Monthly expenses of $4,000 ($48,000/12) leaves you with $2,933. Minus monthly debt of $1,272 leave you with the $1,661 per the example. However, if you grab that $6,933 and you reduce it by 7.65% and withholding of about 20%, you are looking at about a take home of $5,025. When you take into account the monthly expenses of $4,000 and the debt payments of $1,272, you can see the numbers don’t add up. Obviously, the monthly expenses can be tweaked but at the rate of housing, food and insurance costs these days, $83,200 household income in this example is not enough to eek out a financial plan.

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fc27r6 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

For levels 7 and 8(12.5 and 25% annual expenses saved) what does that exactly mean? U have the $ in the bank and u live off that? Or u have the $ in the bank and ur living off the interest? I'm trying to figure out what level I am, and I do want to retire from my career somewhat early. Trying to decide if I'm ready to take the leap or not and leave that dependency of a Job.

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Jsh 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Thank you for sharing information like this.

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Blade Law 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Why multiply with 25? Why 25?

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VET XRP 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

The 35,000 car is absolutely stupid; you can have a 5,000 dollar car; works the same. Thats a big hinderance to their pathway.

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Dave 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Another reason to ignore the inflation number is that you should be getting raises at work that at least match inflation, but hopefully are a tad above that. The challenge is with these increases in income to again not start spending more, but investing more.

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David Macias 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

😉thanks so much for tell us the real thrut and sadly more the 85% like me with 50 years old we are in the level 0 God bless

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Make Dollars Work 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Thanks for clarifying! It's great to see what those concepts actually mean and will surely help many on their financial journey! 🙌

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J S 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

This video was great until the example section and the HUGE, glaring calculation error that is…TAXES, specifically payroll taxes. $20/hour x 40 hours/week x 52 weeks x 2 ppl is indeed $83,200/year. But that is Gross Pay. SS & Medicare deductions reduce that amount by $6,364.80/ year. Using the 2017 1040 (for simplicity) they would owe $8,071 in federal taxes. All of this reduces their ability to save toward their goals. Instead of having $1,660 to save every month, they really have more like $457 to save per month to start.

While I'm glad everyone is so inspired by the video, I can't even watch the rest of this.

False Premises = False Conclusions

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Brian James 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Why retire early when you can work forever and build an empire?

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Paris King 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Can these steps still be followed at the age of 34?

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Kevin Feng 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

in theory that works … throw in kids and a dog. That would throw the math off.

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BG8613 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

So I'm 35 and only level #2 😭😭 but I live as level #4 😂😂

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Sam Ann 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

@ 8 🙂

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Eric 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I just want to quit now. I'm not even 40.. Only 300k in retirement so it will be a while.

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Dorsey Spencer 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I found your video on Financial Independence enlightning.Although Im struggling with abundance where everything flows for me.Thanks

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Venture B. 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

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LIFESTYLESFITNESS 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

This is the best video I have ever seen 😍❤

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Aaron Webb 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Find me 10 percent I'm on 7

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Steve Igi 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Lol, this overtime is a joke in my country. No matter how much overtime i work i get paid nothing. This point is just stupid to me.

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masugee 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

good general advice and plan to get to financial independence but these numbers don't add up. do these people not pay any taxes? do they never buy a house or have kids? super unrealistic to achieve all this in 2 years on a couple making 20$/hr each.

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Capitalee Dictato 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Hello, #NextLevelLife
Thank you so much for sharing and imparting of valuable knowledge to the general benefit, these apply in my daily life.

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Saadia Raines 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Thank you so much for this video. It is really helping me start my journey towards financial independence.

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EmpressoftheLibrary 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

The amount of math needed to make this video is mind-boggling. Much respect to you!

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jhessgirl 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I am definitely level 2. Working on paying off debt.

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davidson david 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Nice Hypothesis.
This is not achievable where I come from, you have to add parents, grand-parents, relatives and friends to your plans.

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Jon Zuber 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Over the last 20 years I’ve had 1.5 times my yearly income of $85,000 saved and lost it due to the housing market crashed in 2008 and Covid-19 in 2019.

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Kindred Key 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I might add having housing taken care of before claiming financial independence… I know you don't have to but how comforting would that be to not have to worry about where you're going to live?

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Hazel Nelson 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

I feel the fastest and safest way to invest/build wealth is by having a diversified investment. if one investment performs poorIy over a certain period, other investments may perform better over that same period, reducing the potential losses of your investment portfolio from concentrating aII your capital under one type of investment., that's what i do investing in forex nd stocks wit the hlp 0f @lisa_upfx o' . n l' .g

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Kathy Malone 21/11/2021 - 6:03 Chiều

Then Jane and Jack had to go to a nursing home and must waste all that savings and money to pay for it and when all that is gone in 10 months Medicaid will kick in !there full circle

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