When Do I Retire?

Your answer to this question will have lasting results that will affect the remainder of your life.  This Big Retirement Question is truly one of the most important questions you will ever answer.  Because of your uniquely individual financial circumstances, you are the only person who is qualified to answer your personal retirement question.  It sounds as though it would be a relatively simple question to answer..."I will retire at age 65 like everyone else."  Everyone is not retiring at age 65.  In fact, in light of today's economy, some are now speculating whether age 75 has become the new age 65.

There are several important questions you should answer BEFORE deciding when to retire.  These questions are the very crucial.  Answer them and you will gain greater insight into when you should retire.  Always seek the Lord's guidance as you consider these and other decisions about your retirement. 

12 Questions behind the Big Retirement Question...

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re-tire-ment

---noun

the period of life that begins after a person chooses to work no longer

the act of voluntarily leaving one's job or vocation

voluntarily removing oneself or withdrawing from service

withdrawing into privacy or seclusion

stepping down from employment

deciding not to work any more