re: How to Refactor Your Finances - An Interview With a Programmer Who Retired at 34 VIEW POST

re: While I admire the FIRE movement and am actively pursuing it to a degree, I worry that its adherents in the United States fail to consider health c...

Insurance sales-person right there. Don't question if you'd have more time to challenge said unjustified system, just say "they'll be sorry"


You're only 55 but you've been out of the workforce for 15 years. Your earning potential is minimal.

Nonsense. Most programmers would continue to code regardless of having a paid job, so you'd have 15 years of side projects, plus at least 10 years of experience in a market that has been under constant inflation despite innovation and productivity ratings higher than any industry I'm aware of.

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