Every day, another frustrated employee comes home from work, pops open a drink, and spends the rest of the night fantasizing about the day they can finally escape the rat race. 

For some, the only way to do this is to win the lottery or work for the next 40 years to earn a pension, but there is another option. Dividends.

According to a 2019 Gallup poll, 52 percent of Americans feel disengaged at work, which is perhaps why you see your coworkers perusing job sites in the hopes that their next job would be good for them

let’s look at how much the ordinary person would need to invest to begin living a life of dividend independence. 

The average cost of living in the United States was around $60,000 per year as of late 2021. Most reputable dividend ETFs now give a return of roughly 2.5 percent per year

thus based on this cost of living figure, one would require 2.4 million dollars to hand in their two weeks’ notice at work and begin living the life of dividend freedom.

To cover a sixty thousand dollar per year lifestyle, you would need to invest 1.2 million dollars. we can all agree that amassing over a million dollars is no simple task. 

The next obvious step would be to continue looking for equities with increasing dividend yields in order to minimize the amount you need to save in order to live solely on dividends. 

The good thing about your cost of living in the dividend freedom is that you have complete control over it. Whether you want to live off $200,000 per year or $20,000 per year is totally up to you. 

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