— Hammond Stith, Retired at 61People have often asked me, "What do you do now that you are retired?
" My answer is "I am fortunate to have a chemical engineering background, and one of the things I enjoy most is turning beer, wine, Scotch, and margaritas into urine." — Author Unknown Money is important for retirement in that it is a means of survival, a foundation for comfort, and a tool to accomplish some of your life’s goals.
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In fact, I have eliminated much of the work and due to the expense associated with it, have found that I am keeping more. After 215 years of trying, we have finally discovered a special interest that includes 100 percent of the population.
— Paul Allen, 64, a self-employed software developer in Dallas There's seven things you can do with your time [in retirement]: You can work and you can play and you can sleep.
You can improve your mind or you can improve your health.
The key to a happy retirement is to have enough money to live on, but not enough to worry about.
— from After you marry, every asset either of you acquires is jointly held.