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October 9, 2022

"Financial Freedom" author and self-made millionaire, Grant Sabatier, reacts to Dianne and Guillermo Rastelli's journey to early retirement with $2.2 million. They retired in 2018 at ages 44 and 47, respectively, and began their dream of traveling the world. The Rastellis are members of the FIRE — or "Financially Independent, Retire Early" — movement. Currently they live in Lisbon, Portugal and document their life and financial journey on YouTube.

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Millionaire Grant Sabatier Reacts: Early Retirement With $2.2 Million To Live In Portugal

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