Discussion in 'Retirement Planning Forum' started by policyadvisor, Jul 27, 2016.
When should I start planning for my retirement?
There are only two best times to begin planning for your retirement:
1) 20 years ago
Couldn't have said it any better my self.
There are a lot of things to consider as you plan for this next phase of your life. More things to consider than time or space to put her so here's an article that might trigger some action on your part.
A Retirement Prequel: Get Your Clients Off To The Right Start | InsuranceNewsNetMagazine.com
easy answer: Now if you have not already started.
Another, as yet unmentioned option, is to wait until you start drawing Social Security. My experience with that so far is that if you wish to have discretionary income to decision about after you allow for food, house expenses, car repairs, medicare and all the supplementary products folks here would like one to purchase, you may wish to consider one of the previously mentioned options.
Yesterday, 20 years ago, 50 years prior to entering the World from your mama, so many good answers to this.
Longer duration, smaller installments. so start.
Build up renewals or residual income whichever term you like.
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