Not too hard. I retired at 32. Lived with my parents until I was 32. Was making over 100k at some point and was saving over 90% of the cash a year. Ended up quitting job and building a tiny house. Now I just travel around the US every few months bringing my house with me. Also helps when you buy everything with coupons and you know how to invest. I am actually making more money a year then I spend thanks to investments.
>>25661003 Yes, I have a rent controlled apartment paid for by California Meals are delivered If i want to go anywhere, I have a voucher for transport I even qualified for a person to come to my apartment 3x a week to clean and wash my clothes I have a social worker who stops by once a week to talk, I enjoy looking at her large breasts and nice ass, she has bad breath
>>25658495 >>25658724 >learning about investment >know how to invest >Implying that it's not just a gamble anyway
By that logic, if I put my life savings on roulette and win, I must know how to gamble. And then what happens when the investment doesn't pay off? Where is the sustainability for retirement. I'm not sure what's worse, the idea of working most of my life in exchange for money so I can actually choose to do things while I'm alive, or to nullify the possibility of doing certain things for the rest of my life by spending it in a pseudo-cash-hibernation state living in the back of a van and re-purposing my used toilet paper so I don't have to "work"
>>25663752 USA is insane mode for single men to try living off welfare. Only hope is join the army and get veteran's benefits (which aren't all that much unless you're fully disabled).
Basically, if you don't get autismbux, you're fucked. Because you're bottom of the list for housing vouchers. Food stamps don't pay shit for a single person.
The game really might be better off if a NEET tries to take a kid in on foster care. You get a check for being a foster parent, a child tax credit, more welfare.. all this will far outweigh the expense.
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