Are you saving at a super high rate so you can retire early in the next 10 or 15 years?
You know that if you want to quit well before the traditional retirement age of 65, you need a big nest egg. The best way to get there: Save more, a lot more, than the average Jane or Joe.
For a story about strategies to retire in your 50s or early 60s, MONEY is looking for ordinary people who are in their 40s and regularly socking away 20%, 30%, or even more of their income. Tell us how you are doing it: Do you live on one salary in a two-income household? Do you own a smaller home than you can afford? Drive a car till it dies? Work a side job to earn extra money to save? We are looking for people who are passionate about saving but don’t totally deprive themselves.
If you would like to be interviewed for the story, please use the confidential form below to tell us a little about yourself, including details of your savings habits and what inspires you to be a power saver. We’ll follow up with potential candidates. (We won’t use any of your information unless we interview you and you agree to participate in the story.)
Name & age
Spouse's name & age (if applicable)
Town/city and state
How much are you saving? How do you manage to do it? What inspires you?