ULR Feature: Planning Your Corporate Escape Early Retirement & Financial Independence Guide: Quit Your Job 10 Years or Less

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Retiring at the age of 30 and 40 is becoming popular as more people realize working should be optional. If you desire to spend your life doing other activities or hobbies, the planning your corporate escape series guides will help you achieve your goal to become financially independence. This is the first book part of a series of 5 books guiding you in planning your escape. The financial theory can be applied to families or individuals seeking to achieve financial independence. Challenging the conventional theory in our society that you have to work until the age of 65-80. You can apply these same strategies as I and many other escapee have to achieve your dream.

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Recession proof your finances with these easy to use escape plan.
Retiring at the age of 40 and sharing the strategies and escape plans I and many others early retiree/financial independence use.
Planning Your Corporate Escape Book series are packed with over 20 escape plans to guide you to achieve your goal of financial independence.

Book Review

“If only I had read this book before I pursued my career in corporate america. I would have developed a different mindset towards retirement and been more aggressive in pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors. After reading this book at the age of 33, I am happy to know that I still have time to achieve my dream of being more financially independent. I am very optimistic about retiring earlier than 65 thanks to the valuable information provided in this book. Highly recommended.” – Amazon Reviewer

 

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