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Early Retirement Through Dividend Stocks

Posted by D4L | Friday, October 09, 2015 | | 0 comments »

The average retirement age in the United States is 62. The average expected retirement age is 66. Both the real and expected retirement age has slowly trended upwards. This is the opposite of what should be happening in an investment-savvy and productive first-world country. You’d think that the retirement age would trend down as we become more productive… But that has not occurred. The truth is, some people retire much earlier than their 60’s. Many people are retiring in their 50’s, 40’s, and even 30’s in some cases. The reality is you don’t have to be rich to retire early – you must be disciplined and invest wisely, however.

Passive income is scalable; investing $1,000,000 in Coca-Cola (KO) stock and receiving $34,000 a year in dividends takes just as much time as investing $100 in Coca-Cola stock and receiving $3.40 a year in dividends. Click here to see 12 high quality dividend stocks for retirement. Passive income does not take up your time. Once you are invested in a dividend stock, you don’t have to do anything else to receive your dividend payments. This is the opposite of being paid for your time – how most people generate income.

Source: ValueWalk

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