If you’re looking for answers on how to retire at 62 with little money, I think the best way to do it is through value-based retirement. It’s the way that Rebel Retiree and I have managed our retirement for the past 15 years. Plus, you’ll
Lately, Rebel Retiree and I have been thinking about moving to a smaller home. Before going any further, let me add that we love the home we’re in, particularly its rural location and the abundance of wildlife we get to see in our yard. And
How much money should you have to retire? That’s a difficult question to answer because it’s not always feasible for people to save. And, we all have different ideas of what defines retirement and what defines a comfortable lifestyle. For those reasons, if you’ve come
Imagine that you retired today. How would you celebrate the occasion? The quintessential act is to embark on a journey with no timetable. After all, no one is expecting you at the office, ever again! One man that we met was embarking on his journey.
The answer to the question, “Should I buy a new car before I retire” is a resounding no! You may be thinking it’s prudent to repair the house, get your teeth fixed, and so on before you retire. But, think about it. Be reasonable. Do
5S and Muda Crucial Tools for Just In Time Retirement For the older worker, a wage-paying job or career has no future. Using it to build an inventory (waste) of wealth to provide for an unknowable future hampers one from adding value to the life
Well, how do you teach an old dog new tricks? In most cases, maybe you can’t. The way we conduct business has changed fundamentally over the last 30 years. Those that adopted these changes have the opportunity to thrive and those that couldn’t adapt to
If you’re a baby boomer who didn’t save for retirement or lost your savings in the stock market crash of 2008, you’re not alone – an estimated 45% of boomers have zero savings for their retirement. If you’re looking for a practical solution to retirement
How to retire? Amass a huge inventory of wealth and then go on a spending spree until you die. This wealth is not to be built by normal means, it can only grow by speculating that others, just as ignorant, will continue to push the
Are you listening to the media and plan to work indefinitely building your retirement nest egg? Are you waiting until age 70 to apply for Social Security benefits so you can get the highest monthly payout? Waiting until 70 is not necessarily the best idea.