Learn how to plan and think about life after full-time work (so-called retirement), particularly the psychological and financial aspects.
Preparing for retirement is a complex process–it can be hard to even know where to start.
This project is about giving you a framework for confidently making your own decisions about retirement, and you'll gain a new perspective on what life after full-time work can look like.
Don has an extensive background in investing and consulting, and is also an accomplished author. His current writing project is focused on helping people prepare for a happy, financially secure life after they finish full-time work.
Giving you confidence in making retirement decisions
In this post I explain how to use the Personal Funded Ratio calculator that’s on the website: the principles it’s based on, the questions it can answer, the information you need to provide, where and how I’ve imposed limitations on its flexibility – that sort of thing.
In practice we may add to our savings if we receive an inheritance, and we may want to leave bequests in addition to providing for life after full-time work. In this post we look at how to accommodate those aspects.
There’s a simple concept that is extremely useful. Just compare how much you’ve got with how much you need! Here’s how to apply that concept to see how far you’ve come.
When partners find that they have different attitudes to risk, there are many sensible ways to proceed.