Learning from the Transitions of Others
By now I hope you are convinced that retirement—and life for that matter—isn’t a one-size-fits-all concept. In the end, you have some plans to build, some decisions to make, and some actions to take.
•You have lots of money and are only concerned about planning for the qualities of your life unrelated to financial security.
•OR you have enough to consider not working at all or only working part-time to meet your life’s day-to-day needs.
•OR you don’t have the money saved for not working and are either unlikely to stop working or will need to significantly downscale your life.
•OR you can’t imagine not working and have no desire to stop but you know for sure that, regardless, you still have planning ...