How Two "Frugal Weirdos" Are Saving to Retire at Age 33

Genevieve Fish

Some people cite delayed gratification as a sign of maturity. So are these two self-proclaimed “frugal weirdos” the maturest 20-somethings around? They refer to themselves as Mr. and Mrs. Frugalwoods on their clever blog for financial independence and simple living, and they have figured out a way to build a large enough nest egg to retire at 33.

No, they are not tech billionaires or financiers; they are a two professionals (Mr. Frugalwoods is a software engineer, and Mrs. Frugalwoods is a communications manager) who take pleasure in living a “luxurious frugal life.” Read on to find out how these two self-sufficient people manage to save 71% of their income.

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