027: Retiring in Your 30s with Startup Founder Michael of Financially Alert

Michael Financially AlertMichael retired early in his mid-thirties after successfully starting and running an I.T. services company. He is currently a stay-at-home Dad, blogger, & investor. His mission to help others find financial freedom so they can pursue their passion freely. He blogs at www.financiallyalert.com.

I’ve met Michael in person, at FinCon, but the main reason I wanted to have him on the show is that of he publicly shares his net worth…now over $1.8 million!

In this episode, he’ll share his financial ups and down, his advice for retiring early, and his goals for the future. It’s gonna be a good one.

So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money….

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About Philip Taylor, CPA

Philip Taylor, aka "PT", is a CPA, blogger, podcaster, husband, and father of three. PT is also the founder and CEO of the personal finance industry conference and trade show, FinCon. He created this website back in 2007 to share his advice on money, hold himself accountable (while paying off over $75k in debt), and to meet others passionate about moving toward financial independence. He uses Personal Capital to track his wealth. All the content on this blog is original and created or edited by PT.


  1. I’m all about real experiences and Michael’s story is a great example of one.

    Thanks for sharing as well!

  2. I love interviews like this. Michael’s story is so motivating to me as my family and I work towards our financial goals.

    The fact that he was able to accomplish so much before he turned 30 is even more amazing.

    Thank you for sharing!