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Old 10th May 2019, 02:16 PM
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Hello!

As an expat, what are your retirement plans and what are some tips you may share with others for a more comfortable retirement?

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My plans are to regain my health , and beyond that just to learn how to make the most of my time.

Appreciation of my freedom is top of the list. Got to keep that !

I am still taking forever to get used to my new location which is the Netherlands from living in the UK before. I seem to have a block in me at learning Dutch which does not help ! It is an adventure though . : )

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I planning to return back to Russia. It is a lot cheaper their than in US, I do not need to work anymore unless I would really want to and I probably will. But I think I saved enough for the rest of my life.

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Hello,

In the event that you're somebody hoping to go through a quality resigned time on earth, at that point retirement arranging ought to be on your need list. Frequently in our bustling calendars, we neglect to predict the future and continue deferring our arrangements. Be that as it may, what we have to acknowledge at the beginning is, the sooner we start, the more we will have the option to gather till retirement.

Here are seven reasons why retirement arranging ought to be on your need list:

The cash put something aside for your retirement can enable you to hold over any untoward conditions, be it wellbeing savvy or riches shrewd, later on.

You will have the option to address the issues of your family – from training to month to month costs - that might be reliant on you even after retirement.

Not to overlook, you can even satisfy your desire of venturing to the far corners of the planet – all with the assistance of your own well deserved cash. This retirement store will deal with your costs.

More than everything else, you won't need to rely upon anybody monetarily if your retirement arranging is right on target.

You can be a major supporter of your family's requests. From gifting something important to subsidizing for your grandkids, you can push your friends and family all gratitude to adequate retirement reserves.

Gone are the days when the future was just 60. With change in way of life, the normal future has expanded also. In this way, normally, you will require more assets for your future.

In particular, you might not have the enthusiasm to work for long. On the off chance that you have retirement arranging done at a beginning period, you can accept a call to say farewell to your working environment according to your decision rather than the work saying farewell to you.

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This takes me back about 30 years. I am retired (aged 78) and, instead of living in a lot of hustle and bustle, I live in a relatively peaceful village in pleasant surroundings (mountains) among pleasant people. I was born in a village during WWII amid the noise of war so getting back to what my birth village should have been like was a dream that has now been realised.

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