With conversations of a “4-Hour Work Week,” “mini-retirements,” “life-style design” and “work smart, not hard” proliferating society, “What age can I retire?” is a question not just asked by 40 or 50 somethings anymore. People in their 20′s and 30′s are pondering the question more and more as the “get rich slow” program most of us have been raised to believe was our best shot at financial freedom is becoming less and less effective, and less and less appealing.
The answer to “What age can I retire?” depends. It depends on what type of lifestyle you want to lead in retirement. If it’s a minimalist lifestyle that you want, it can be relatively easy and a short journey to retirement. Maybe a couple of years! With just a few more years added to that, you could lead a very comfortable lifestyle in retirement like my friend Kris Krohn. You can see how he did it here. If it’s a lavish lifestyle you’re seeking, it’s gonna take a little longer. Obviously. However, what you will want to know is that regardless of the lifestyle you desire, it’s not going to take the 40 to 50 years that so many of us were lead to believe. Here’s how you do it…
Step 1 – Transform your mindset from an “accumulation” mindset (the “get rich slow” mindset) to that of a “residual income” mindset (the much quicker alternative). Once you understand that how fast you retire relies more on a mental shift (or a shift in focus) than an “effort,” “discipline,” or “money” shift, you are so much closer to retirement than you think.
Step 2 – Once the mindset shift has taken place, you then need a plan. You can get a free game plan for your retirement here. We’ll take the guess-work out of creating your plan. No need to re-invent the wheel.
Step 3 – Now that the plan is in place, you can either execute the plan yourself or delegate the work to an experienced team of professionals and let them do it for you.
It all starts, however, with the right mindset and a plan. You can get assistance with both of those by clicking here, and this assistance is free.
So, to answer your question, “What age can I retire?” Any age that you want. Get your game plan here.