Is 2 Million Enough to Retire?


To know if $2 million is enough for you to retire, you would need to do the math to see if you are OK to live on that. Let's say you retire at age 60, and you estimate you would live for another 40 to make it a round 100 years on Earth, $2 million would give you an income of $50k a year to spend. If this is enough to pay expenses, food, utilities, emergencies, etc, then it would be enough for you to retire on. 
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