There comes a time when we all reach that age (some sooner than others), that we call the ‘R’ word. For some, it’s ‘Relaxation’. For others, it’s ‘Retirement’.
Still others might call this time the age of ‘Regret’ – an age where they’re not able to do as much as they used to, not able to afford what they want to do, and unable to get steady employment at a reasonable paying job.
The most important difference between people in this ‘R’ age is preparation (you could also call this ‘Action’).
You see, much of time and financial freedom also revolves around the preparing finances for the later years in life. And, no matter what age you’re currently at now, Deron, it takes action to get the results you seek.
Everybody’s action is different – it depends on a wide variety of factors such as current age, financial goals, current income, risk tolerance, marital status, etc… etc.
However, the one unifying factor in it all is that you need to set yourself up in a position to achieve your goals.
The latest contribution by our good friend and colleague, Paul Novell, discusses how ‘when you retire’ can play a large role in how much you have during retirement – think 2008 in the U.S., for instance. And, he brings in examples of how you can prepare yourself so that ‘when’ is less of a factor.
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