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Monday, 9 November 2009

Wealth Or Financial Freedom Doesn't Just Happen!

Some 15 years ago, the official retirement age in Singapore was 55. One day at one of my former big boss’s farewell dinner, he said something and at that time I didn't really understand what he was preaching?


It was many years after that I realized the truth of what he had said.

He said at his farewell speech something like this if I could recall it correctly.

"I chose to retire at 50 as I think I have made enough to last me for my life time. I want to travel and see more of the world when I am still healthy and can move easily. I didn't decide to retire suddenly at 50, but actually I plan to retire at 50 many, many years back."


Can you see the world when you become like this?






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I think I started to plan for early retirement a bit too late in 40s and I congratulate those in 30s and late 20s really start to plan for their early retirement. Well done!

2 comments:

  1. Sometimes when plan too early, you are living for tomorrow and miss out today.

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  2. I prefer to do budget for the year and plan for the future. In this way, we may not over-save and under-spent.

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