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Old 12-06-2020, 11:11 PM
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Originally Posted by cranky View Post
Mistake i made was i retired a bit to late. Didnt need to work but kept going. Downsized my business by quite a bit but still worked.
Finally retired and about a year later a massive heart attack put a kibosh on enjoying retirement.
If you can retire dont hold off till you get sick and cant enjoy it much, or worse. Retired friends used to tell me that but i kept working. Just saying.
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Originally Posted by huntinstuff View Post
Nailed it

Retire and enjoy yourself. Be satisfied. Decide on an age and do it. Dont trade years for bucks. Its a poor trade.

There is no magic age. Everyone is different.
These are my sentiments exactly. I'm focusing way more on retiring "healthy" than "wealthy". As long as my family and I have our health, we plan on making the best of it as long as we can. Material wealth will never trump experiences for me.
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