Do you really need a million to retire?
People in their 40s-50s-60s are increasingly questioning if it makes sense to continue working.
For a variety of reasons, including an increased focus on what’s most important in life, work is sliding down the list of priorities.
With the help from stock and bond market returns since the Great Recession, it’s not uncommon for people in their 60s to find out that they’re doing surprisingly well financially.
And after running some numbers, you might also find that you’re more prepared than ever for retirement.
That said, not everybody is fortunate enough to call it quits, and that’s a reality that we all need to acknowledge.
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Secrets to a Successful-Early-Funded Retirement. “Imagine this. You are age 50 and you want to retire in 15 years. You have less than $10,000 saved for retirement. Keep in mind most people do not even have this much saved at age 50.
When you retire, you need minimum $4,000 per month coming in to maintain your current lifestyle. You anticipate your social security will be $1,000 a month, but you have no idea where that $3,000 gap will come from.,To create a passive income of $3,000+ per month in retirement you would need:
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