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The way that I define retirement is retiring from your 9 to 5. It means you don’t need to work anymore because the passive income from your portfolio pays for your living expenses. So you can actually choose to work or not to work.

Kristy Shen, Canada's Youngest Retiree

We are obsessed with young retirees on So Money. And when I read about today’s guest, I booked her immediately. Kristy Shen believes to be Canada’s youngest retiree, calling it quits from her 9 to 5, along with her husband Bryce, at 31 years old. Today, they’re traveling the world with $1 million in the bank (earning interest).

Learn the inner financial workings of their early retirement strategy: how much they saved, how they invested their money and how much they’re living of of now…and why they have no plans to ever make more money.

If you’d like to learn more about Kristy visit www.millennial-revolution.com or follow her on Twitter @FIREcracker_Rev.

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