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
Once we have made a calculation of the effect of good and bad outcomes, we need to think about how we’d react to these outcomes. That enables us to make a decision on our attitude to risk.
We know that investments can be focused on safety or on growth. That doesn’t help us to decide where in the safety-growth spectrum to place ourselves. Another complication, right? Actually, as this post shows, the key is to consider the extent to which good and bad outcomes affect our lifestyle.
As I did at the end of 2017, I’ve summarized one quarter’s posts, so that you can find a particular post conveniently identified by topic.
After all the analysis, you still have to decide: active or passive. This post lays out precise reasons that tilt you in one direction or the other — or both.