By "retire", I don't mean that have to stop working, but you could if you wanted to. I'll probably work on personal projects and run a small business of some kind until the day I die, but I would like to be able to retire before I turn 40. When does everybody else here plan on retiring?
I plan to retire at around 65 so I can get my social security benefits. I am not going to stop work, I would like to start a small home based business, and do some community service after I retire.
I doubt that I'll ever stop expanding and dreaming, but I will most likely probably quit working 9 to 5 around 60, depending on how many nieces and nephews I have by then.
Saving more, Invet your money in HYIP's so that you can make huge money and take advantages after retirement.
by Originplus7 years ago
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by Janetta7 years ago
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by Holle Abee4 years ago
I have a goal of 1,000 hubs. Will I really "retire" after I complete my goal?? Prolly not - I'm an addict!
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