Choosing the Right Retirement Date

Many retirees choose their retirement date based solely on age. They may pick age 62 because that’s when they can first claim Social Security or age 65, because that’s the “traditional” age for retirement. The problem is, age isn’t the only factor in deciding your retirement date. In Wendy Connick’s article she suggests you should choose your retirement date based on the day on which you’ll have sufficient sources of income to keep you going indefinitely. Read her article here…

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