It’s the modern way to retire, on your terms. Times have changed, and saving for 80% of your life just to be feel financially free when you’re 65 is an old and broken formula. Get on the fast track to retire as early as 40.
Range has all the tools and on-demand advice to get a plan to balance all your goals of retiring early, buying a home, and living the best version of your life.
Retire early, buy a house, upgrade to an electric car, and save money. Financial freedom starts with tracking all your goals—let’s hear ‘em.
Get a plan and advice
Every goal deserves a clear plan that’s simple to follow. Range automatically calculates when you can retire with the lifestyle you want. And if you have questions, ask your designated specialist.
Track your progress
Know exactly when you’ll reach financial nirvana, and get personalized insights every step of the way to stay on course. You worked hard, and it’s time to make your money work for you.
Real answers. Real pros.
We’ve hired Certified Financial Planners (CFPs) to help you answer any question you have about your finances. Our mission is to eliminate your stress and improve your financial outcomes, no matter where you are on your money journey.
Imagine the finish line, then sprint (or jog) to get there.
Feel like you already have enough to live comfortably for the rest of your life? Range can help you think through the potential for saying goodbye to your salary or consistent employment income for good.
Often times, just knowing you could retire early if you wanted creates incredible peace of mind and flexibility when considering your next career move.
Traditional CFPs charge +$2,500 including AUM fees to manage your money. In addition, they will manually ask you to fill out a form every year to update your financial numbers which is time consuming and painfully slow. Range provides financial plans and answers to your questions on-demand. As you look at your financial plans, you can ask specific things about your retirement. For example:
Can I retire earlier if I contribute more to Roth IRA versus my 401k?
If I wanted to buy a vacation home, would I still be able to retire early?
Given the current inflation rate, should I consider an investment strategy that has more risk/reward?
It’s not just about money. It’s about a state of mind.
Gone are the days of "golden handcuffs", 30+ year careers with the same employer, and full company pensions with retiree medical benefits.
You’re in control of your retirement destiny, and that involves much more than dollars and cents.
Financial flexibility allows for global travel, taking on passion projects, non-profit work, caring for children, or participating in transformative experiences all around the world. What are your passions? Let Range help you spend more time on what’s important to you before your parents or grandparents might have considered doing the same.
Remote work, the gig economy, consulting opportunities, part-time roles within a company. Just a few reasons why retirement for you might begin with a lowercase letter “R”.
Want flexibility? We’ll show you how shifting gears from your normal 9-5 career path (and income) might impact your long-term financial success. After that, the rest is up to you in crafting your dream work arrangement.
Range has been designed for flexibility, growth and change. In addition, your advisor will adjust your plans and their advice to ensure you’re set up for success. We’ve got you covered.
Some people retire early because they want or have to, and many retire later, again, because they want or have to. Many people find it's best to slowly ease out of the workforce rather than retire abruptly. The choice is entirely up to you. Range's goal is to help you use your own data to determine what is best for you and your family.
When should I start my retirement plan?
In a word, now. In three words, in your 20s. The earlier you start planning, the more time your money has to grow. That said, it’s never too late to start retirement planning. Even if you haven’t started yet, don’t feel like your ship has sailed. Every dollar you can save now will be appreciated later.
How do I optimize my investments?
Retirement accounts provide access to a range of investments, including stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Generally, the idea is to invest aggressively when you’re young, and then slowly dial back to a more conservative mix of investments as you approach retirement age.
How much money do I need to start investing?
Not a lot. In fact most people start small rather than wait until they have more to deploy. Even if you try to play catch-up down the road, it’s always a good idea to start as soon as possible. That little eye-opener is thanks to a magic formula called compound interest.
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