Aren’t you too young to retire?

We want to retire early by 44 (me) and 45 (Ellie) years of age, and we reckon we’re on track to do just that thanks to our incredible savings rate. But it’s amazing how much doubt and dismissiveness we’ve encountered.

No, it hasn’t been online trolls and haters (thanks instead to our small band of like-minded readers for your support and encouragement!). Instead, the doubts and negatively have come from…

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We’re Alex & Ellie, a 30-something married couple who started HisHerMoneyGuide to highlight how you can join us and reach financial independence sooner.

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Alex Ellie

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We’re Alex & Ellie, a 30-something married couple who started HisHerMoneyGuide to highlight how you can join us and reach financial independence sooner.

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