You should if you are financially ready. I have spent some remarkable time with mine since doing so and I don't have a single regret but I don't honestly know if I could say that If I couldn't really have afforded to do so,
Crazy question. If you're going to retire, do it for yourself. How would you retiring (from what) help your grandkids? Or are you retiring to hurt them? Now, if you retire and spend time with them, talking about "the olde tymes" and about their forebearers, that might be worth more than any money you could earn working to leave to them. As I look at your input to HubPages, I'd say you are already retired and having a ball writing. Am I right?
I think you should retire for yourself. I love my granddaughter and we spend a lot of time together, but I still work and she goes to school. I pick her up after school twice a week, why would you want to retire for them?
by Billie Kelpin 5 years ago
If you were not anywhere near financially ready to retire, would you do it anyway?Sometimes when you're so financially far behind, it seems like it doesn't make sense NOT to take a risk. There is no way we will ever be able to "comfortably" or maybe even SLIGHTLY comfortably able to...
by PR Morgan 7 years ago
Do you think Social Security will be around when your grandkids retire?
by jasenpages 8 years ago
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?
by Stacie L 3 years ago
Would you Consider Retiring Abroad?Many foreign countries have a lower cost of living, many retirees are moving to have a better quality of life.Would you consider a move far away from family and friends when you retire?
by H C Palting 5 years ago
At what age do you plan to retire?Will you be financially comfortable or do you plan on retiring at all?
by Janetta 9 years ago
So...The Favre has retired a second time and the Jets released him. Which means, if he comes back yet again he can be a free agent. What do you think? Good, bad? Should he stay retired, should he have never retired in the first place, should he not have come back the first time? I wanna know what...
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