Cheap People Are the Worst

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  1. Steveark says:

    This problem changes as your financial landscape changes. We’ve always lived well below our means and in the process have accumulated a much larger nest egg than we need to live a rich life in our retirement. So is it cheap to live on about a third of what we could easily afford for the rest of our lives? We’ll just hand down a lot of money to our kids at this rate, but we are happy with our lifestyles, to spend more we’d have to buy stuff we don’t really need or want. It is surprisingly hard to inflate our lifestyle to match our income, we are trying to spend a little more but I don’t think we’ll ever get there. We already give generously. Its not a bad problem to have I guess.