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That makes sense, as most of us would be in good secure job by that age.
That is an excellent answer by janshares
The next best answer may be: Any time you can save. It seems that a lot of people have lost the idea of saving, or investing wisely or in buying tangible assets that will hold value or increase.
That's quite a valid point you make about putting away a little bit each week. Maybe you're on to something there.
I totally agree with you. I think in a few years time, any support from governments will be reduced or erased.
I think having that age limit and penalties can be an advantage, as it can deter you from access it which can be a positive benefit in the long run if you start when you're younger. It's nice to know there are other options out there.
Deterring people from withdrawing money by means of a minimum age to begin withdrawals is intended to induce people to let the money sit and grow to a point where they have a reasonable income for retirement.
That's true. But so often most of us don't. We always think there will be lots of time to do so.