How long before you can retire, do you plan on being self funded?
- Aussie BattlerLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
The longer the better. Or you can enlist and serve 12 months in a war and get a DVA Pension for life like Grubbie. Live in a mansion with a pool. Remember Broken Hill Moron.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
I started retiring back in the 80's, I thought to myself there's no use in putting off the inevitable by waiting til I'm old, so I might as well start now.
- Half Drawn BoyLv 74 weeks ago
As a millennial I imagine I will have to work til I die. I make voluntary contributions to National Insurance but I don’t think there will be anything left by the time I get to retirement age. They will probably raise it to 80 by then anyway. I will most definitely be self-funded.
The business partner from my second company retired a few years ago at the age of 30. He went to Brazil on holiday, met a chick and never came back. He is still there now and is married with a young girl. He has been living off dividends from his 24.5% share in the company. The problem with that is that you never know what will happen, a pandemic might occur. There will be no dividend payments for a few years now, the company owes me a lot of money. He will have to get a job in Brazil. He can’t leave Brazil either because he is Syrian and trying to get citizenship there.
- 1 month ago
Got another 25-30 years before I retire but I don't take it too seriously because the government seems to push the age retirement up further every 5 years. Might have to work til I drop.
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- Aussie DevilLv 61 month ago
am retired now
am old enough to get the pension it will be a part pension
- I love welfareLv 51 month ago
In Australia it's a free ride never have to work.
- 1 month ago
I reckon I will work for another 17 years, then retire earlier than most. I own my own house, and are comfortable now.
I won't have to worry about going on a pension, as I have very good super.