Here’s exactly how much of your income to save if you want to retire early, according to a man who quit his job at 49

Courtesy of Rob BergerRob Berger, author of “Retire Before Mom and Dad.”Rob Berger, a deputy editor at Forbes, retired from his law job at age 49 after saving an amount equal to 25 times his annual expenses.In his new book “Retire Before Mom and Dad,” Berger emphasizes the relationship between spending and saving.The number of years it takes to reach financial independence depends, in part, on the share of your income you spend and the share of your income you save – not necessarily the dollar amounts.To find out how much you should save, you need to know how much you spend every year.Read more personal finance coverage.Spending and saving are inversely related.To that end, the best way to save more is to simply spend less, says Rob Berger, a deputy editor at Forbes, in his new book “Retire

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