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QotD: Retiring

Question: If you could retire at any age, what age would you choose and why?

My Answer: 40. I think it's good to put in 20 years of work, then put in 40 years doing what you love and helping others, and I think that's about what I'd do if I could.

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6 Responses to "QotD: Retiring"

  1. Find a job you love and it's never actually work. At that stage I would be happy working until age prevented me from making it to work.

  2. Until I am financially capable for the rest of my remaining life (that's to say cash at the bank that can sustain all my needs for the next 50 years or so), I can say I am retired by then. That's not to say I ain't working anymore, maybe I would do something I always wanted to do and not having to worry if I get paid for doing them.

  3. QotD: Retiring

    If you could retire at any age, what age would you choose and why? I would retire by age 30. Retiring would of course mean that I had enough money in the bank to last me the rest of my lifetime plus some extra. After "retiring" I would go be...

  4. 120! That's probably 20 years earlier than I'm allowed to when I'm at that age.

  5. 40? I think I'd just be getting started then. 34 is my "ideal age" and has been for a long time.

  6. Depends on the job. The one that I have to pay the bills: Now. The other that doesn't pay (yet) as much: Never.