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... likely to have less to do with providing yourself with enough money than with trying and managing to have a brand new lifestyle plan.  Money will not buy your happiness. So, you should focus on having ...
Although retiring can be quite exciting, you shouldn’t be too surprised if you find out that you have some serious reservations. After all, retirement is likely to be one of the biggest changes in your ...
... to a retirement phase in just one action. The truth is that you will have to face a transition period when you will be moving into a wholly new lifestyle. Keep in mind that you will take 1 or even 2 years ...
4. Where to Retire: Thailand
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... of cash to go travelling around the country. A budget of US$1800 a month (the amount required under the visa) will buy you a very comfortable lifestyle indeed. Food in Thailand is a delight - one of the ...
5. Where to Retire: Mexico
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... the country on a tourist visa. Mexican tourist permits allow you to stay in the country for a generous 180 days, which is a good amount of time to become accustomed to the lifestyle and work out if it's ...
6. Where to Retire: Australia
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... a cosmopolitan lifestyle with first-class restaurants and cultural institutions.  Sydney's beauty is famous worldwide and Melbourne has a more bohemian atmosphere that appeals to those with a European ...
7. What to do after Retirement?
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... or careers. The transition from a busy and routine work life can be harder than they anticipated. Many have not thought about the psychological and lifestyle changes they will face. The sooner you prepare, ...
Many happy couples hit marriage troubles when one or both retire. The massive lifestyle changes brought on by retirement transform patterns that have been in place for years. In some cases, the strain ...
... and physically. Perhaps there were hobbies that you were forced to give up due to your busy lifestyle. Perhaps there are things that you've always wanted to learn. Developing these hobbies into something ...
... or other investments, take a moment to read the following introductory articles. You've retired - Now what? What is your perfect retirement lifestyle?  ...
11. 4 Top Tips for Retirement Planning
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... have enough money following retirement to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle for the rest of your life - no matter how long that may be. The last thing you want to deal with is finding yourself forced to re-enter ...
12. Beware of Retirement Planning Mistakes
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Are You Saving Enough? If you aren't saving for retirement, you aren't likely to ever have the money you need to enjoy a retirement lifestyle. To figure out how much you need to save, it's a good idea ...
13. Getting a Head Start on Retirement Planning
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... you'll have to work, and what kind of retirement lifestyle you can expect to have if you approach retirement planning from this angle. Of course, it's up to you to actually start saving money for retirement, ...
14. Make Room in Your Budget for Retirement Savings
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... lifestyle you'd like to enjoy. The good news is that you don't have to start out saving huge sums of money to start making progress toward your retirement goals. Even saving small amounts early in your ...
15. Retirement Planning Tax Advantages
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... need to enjoy the retirement lifestyle that you've always hoped to have.  ...
16. Stop Making Excuses About Retirement Planning
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... a true retirement lifestyle. No matter how short on cash you are, it isn't likely that you will have to change your standard of living if you start to save a little bit from each paycheck. Even if you ...
... the kind of wealth they need to enjoy the retirement lifestyle of their dreams. The longer you wait to start saving for retirement, the less likely it is that you will be able to enjoy the financial freedom ...
... the retirement lifestyle that you need and deserve, it's also important to think about what will happen to the people you love if you are no longer with them. It's one thing to make sure that you have ...
19. Why You Need a Retirement Planning Timeline
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... to work until you are 80 years old, or even older, to be able to quit your job and begin enjoying a retirement lifestyle. However, if you don't create a timeline now and begin structuring your investments ...
20. Check Progress With a Retirement Plan Review
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... accomplishing your lifelong dream of enjoying a retirement lifestyle.   ...
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