No retirement for me. Seen too many friends over the years 'retire' only to die early from sitting around too much and going to the doctor for every little thing.
I'm working until they pry my cold, dead hands from the keyboard.
You must have something in you life to keep your intellect
busy,whether you retire or not.A hobby is a must of
Will probably work until I am physically unable to... continue working will help in brain activity, reducing the chance of senility at an earlier age than normal.
Early? I will be retiring this July at age 62. Social Security says that's early. My pension says I'm fully vested. My health has been compromised and my wife is recovering from numerous issues including fibromyalgia.
This is not an early retirement for us, regardless of what SS and others may say.
I wish you ALL the best.
I'm ready to retire to self employment, and then do that until I am no longer able to do it, then I will outsource all I was doing.
I'd like to be in the position to make the choice...to work if I want to, not because I have to.
by Star22 10 years ago
Want to know how to retire early and be financially independent?
by samanthagardner 10 years ago
Do you plan on working after you retire?I just read an interesting fact from Employee Benefit Research Institute 2009 survey stating that "72% of workers plan to work after 'retirement'". Could that be true. I want to know your thoughts...
by jacqui2011 9 years ago
When would you like to retire from working?The UK government has stated the new retirement age is to be 68, I think this is too old. What do you think? I plan to retire at 60 (funds permitting). When do you plan to retire?
by H C Palting 7 years ago
At what age do you plan to retire?Will you be financially comfortable or do you plan on retiring at all?
by Patty Inglish MS 5 years ago
Where do you plan to live when and if you retire and in what sort of facility or other dwelling?
by PR Morgan 8 years ago
Do you think Social Security will be around when your grandkids retire?
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