Learn about preparing for life after full-time work through posts from Don's upcoming book.
Of the five ways to create a sustainable lifetime income, one is particularly simple to implement and has many desirable features. I was honored to feature in the Defined Contributions (DC) West conference organized by Pensions & Investments (P&I) in Carlsbad, CA, in October. My session was called “Creating income streams post-retirement,” and it […]
An excellent book.
It’s powerful when you reach the same destination on two different journeys.
There’s more to wealth than just an abundance of money.
Think in terms of what they can do for you.
It isn’t just how long we might live that’s of interest. It also matters a lot how healthy our future years are. Health is a tough thing to measure.
Among the things we particularly dislike even thinking about, let alone talking about and planning for, is the potential indignity of aging. And if we have no advance thoughts about it, we may become just medical “cases” to doctors rather than human beings with feelings. Let’s explore approaches that help maintain dignity.
It’s not just longevity, it’s the years of good health that are important
My recent FT Money article.
I really like this approach to estimating your sustainable lifetime income