Do you want to retire in luxury or do you want to work as a greeter in Wal-Mart in your retirement?
Let's be perfectly blunt. We all admire and respect the elderly person that is a greeter at Wal-Mart or taking your order at McDonald's. We typically think this is a good thing as these people are still active and they are still able to do some work to have a living. Hurray for them. However, aren't we a little more envious of the retired gentleman that is playing golf 4 times a week?
Don't we look at the candy-striper in the hospital that is volunteering time to wheel new mothers to their cars and think that they are having a very fulfilling retirement. They aren't there to make money - they are volunteering their time. When they are done, they are having a nice lunch with their friends and playing golf, tennis, or bridge later in the day at the club. These people did the right things during their working years to allow themselves to be in a position to retire in luxury and afford their leisure time.
When you go into the store next time and see the elderly person helping you, think about their life. Sure, they are probably having a rewarding time. Sure, it allows them to be busy and not staring at the four walls of their bedroom. But, don't you think they would rather be volunteering at their church or the local museum or hospital rather than WORKING? Don't you think they would rather be enjoying a recreational activity with their friends instead of WORKING?
Do you want to spend your retirement years WORKING at an hourly job or enjoying the leisure years of your life in luxury?
This is not a last minute desperation attempt to overcome years of not planning. If you are going to retire next year, don't waste your time on this whitepaper. Instead, this is a practical first step primer on what you need to do a decade or two before you need the money.
This 25 page whitepaper is designed to give you some basic guidance on the first basic questions that you should be asking.
The secret to a retiring in luxury is to realize three main facts:
- You are going to live longer than you thought you would
- You need more money than you think to retire in luxury
- Most mutual funds don't earn enough to really beat inflation
It is important to understand that I am not suggesting you will retire with wealth. I am not suggesting that you will be able to own a mansion on beach, a ski chalet in the mountains, and a condo in downtown New York with a private jet and a Bentley to assist you in your roaming. This is a goal that is simply out of reach for most people unless they are already wealthy.
Retiring in a luxury lifestyle means:
- Enjoying the best the world has to offer. When you travel you get to fly in first class. You stay in the best five-star hotels.
- The car that you drive is no more than a few years old. It is equipped with all of the safety and creature comforts that you could want in a car.
- If your interests include golf or tennis, then you belong to a private club. Regardless, of your interest in an athletic hobby, you belong to the finest health club to keep you fit and happy.
- Fine dining is a must. There are many restaurants with the world's greatest chefs creating amazing meals.
- A beautiful luxury dream home to relax in is a wonderful reward for all the long hours and hard work. This will allow you to host parties for friends and family.
- Looking your best so that you turn heads when you walk down the street is a great boost to your self-esteem; so knowing the best women fashion designers and the best men’s stylists is important.
- Having relationships are important especially when celebrating success. Sharing life with loved ones makes life worth living.
- Personal development is very important. Working on your spiritual side to be your best and helping others do the same is another of life’s great rewards. This includes charity work.
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