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When do you plan to retirement

When do you plan to retirement

Retirement. Is that really the goal.The word retirement means ,to be put out of use. So if we rephrase the questions, when do you want to be put out of use? The answer is probably never.I often tell people to never retire. Simply 'redesign.'If you are passionate about something, retirement could mean to have enough income coming in to support your current lifestyle, adjusted for inflation so you can follow that passion even further.Retirement means different things to many people.


think retirement isn’t necessarily so much about an age as it is an income level. I’d rather work really hard now and sacrifice a few things to create options for myself down the road than to get to 65, or 70 or 75 or whatever the age may be that someone else tells me and not be able to do the things I want to because I waited until I wasn’t able to.If you have enough income coming in to cover all your bills, have money in the bank, retirement accounts, investment accounts etc etc etc all set up and still have leftover play money but live below your means- why not?Which is exactly why you can never take generalized advice and apply it to your situation hoping to get the most out of your not retirement someone else's "ideal retirement."People often come to me asking me to prescribe them a pill. A one size fits all solution to their retirement. Is that really going to work. 

Why Time Is Money When It Comes To Retirement Planning

Why Time Is Money When It Comes To Retirement Planning


are very correct. In order to retire you need a income that covers your current lifestyle adjusted for inflation over your life expectancy without running out of income. Besides saving what your not spending consider saving the money your currently transferring out if your life unknowingly and unnecessarily. In order for me or any other good planner to help you get the most out of your retirement... you have to look at your situation specifically and identify your goals, passions, circumstances, and many other factors before deciding on which direction to go.The problem with mainstream advice is the fact that it is Mainstream.

That only means for the function. So you may (retire) a vehicle tire  but then re-hire it as a tire swing for your kids giving it a new life. Retired does not mean you aren't useful anymore. It's just the end of use for the function you are being retired from. You are only officially "retired" as a person when you die. Most people have no real plan the key is working on a plan to do what you want when you want and not have to go to bussines to get your paycheck.Having a trusted advisor to help you with identifying where you are, where you want to go, and how to get there might make sense for a lot of people. Yes, as options change and age or other factors enter one's cycle of life, passions should reframe. Those who cling too long to shrinking returns simply delude themselves.

Overall I don't plan retire because I love what I do. Initially it was a job when I first started 21 years ago, but I turned it into a career I love. everyday of every year there is always something new for me to learn. I am an ever evolving individual who moves through life learning new skills and mastering others. I have "retired" multiple times from multiple things - I will continue to learn, live, laugh and love life.no matter what industry it takes me to.I still have so much to do!thanks...

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