Friday, December 07, 2007

My ultimate long-term financial goal ...

is to retire at age 50.

8 comments:

KreativeMix said...

meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 2!!!

Sistah Ant said...

I'm impressed! Go 'head!

Organized Noise said...

I don't know how old you are, but its very doable.

Single Ma... said...
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Single Ma... said...

Aggressive target but not impossible. Have you figured out how much you'll need to maintain for 25-30 more years after your golden retirement age? Does your employer offer a pension after so many years of service?

Tired of being broke said...

Am 27 now.

I will start to contribute to the pension system in January. You are vested in the pension after 5 years. The plan is to be debt free in 24 months, car, student loans and credit cards. After that I will be contributing the max I can to retirement.

After the age of 50 I should not have to report to anyone for a 9-5 or any other kind of work.

Cash Money Brother said...

Very nice goal, also realistic.
I have given the retirement issue a lot of thought, and I'd like to retire as soon as possible. Well I'd like the option to retire, I will continue to do something productive as long as I can.
I share your goal of throwing off the 9-5 dependency.

I wish you the best of luck on this and all your goals. Happy New Year.

kiki said...

wow that's good my boyfriend is retiring at 30