Did your retirement nest egg shrink with the shrinking economy? Do you have enough retire? Do you know how much you need? It might be less than you think.
It turns out, retirement living may have less to do with your investments and much more to do with trimming the fat from your expenses.
One of the top experts on frugal living says it’s possible to live a sustainable lifestyle at any age. And living cheaply won’t restrict you — it can actually give you freedom.
In his new book, “How to Retire the Cheapskate’s Way: The Ultimate Cheapskate’s Guide to a Better, Earlier Happier Retirement,” Jeff Yeager explains his principle of simple-sizing and how it will lead to you spending less money and being happier.
Jeff says he doesn’t encourage people to undersave, but he’s found that a lot of research points to the fact that people actually oversave or take too big of risks as they near retirement.
He says his principles prove you can lead any kind of lifestyle you want in retirement and it might not cost as much as you think.
Find out how you can learn to be a spending procrastinator and get his practical advice for reigning in your spending habits.
Plus, find out his 50 ideas for “selfish” employment opportunities during your retirement years that will bring you in a bit of an income but more importantly, are fun.
Click here to visit Jeff’s website for more tips.
Want to get more of Jeff’s cheapskate tips? Check out our previous interviews with him:
— Jeff Yeager: Saving Money Can Make You Healthier, Happier
— Jeff Yeager: Road Map to Riches