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This man retired at the age 30 years old.

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#1 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 16:56

How much a man who retired comfortably at age 30 spends each year to get by - Yahoo Finance

I hope Clixsense can do the same thing for me. I can retire at very young age. I am sick of tired working making someone get richer.
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#2 by tasman1 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 17:04

davidbugs wrote: How much a man who retired comfortably at age 30 spends each year to get by - Yahoo Finance

I hope Clixsense can do the same thing for me. I can retire at very young age. I am sick of tired working making someone get richer.

.........................No problem , this is new world and you can have a pension as a young person , let say at age of 110 , enjoy
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#3 by Charez » Thu Feb 25, 2016 17:39

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Not going to happen sorry. You can renew your noddles subscription
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#4 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:05

Charez you have to start slow first.
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#5 by zegon » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:27

And Bill gates have'nt retire yet, mabye he need 2 earn more Money first.

davidbugs ; what r u going 2 do everyday if u retire so young, all u friend's r on their work.

I retire when i was 61 and it is sometimes hard 2 fill the day, when i is alone and all my friend's r working.

It not so funny 2 surf on Internet, look at Movie's / YouTube and play Xbox all the day long.
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#6 by proadco » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:30

davidbugs wrote: How much a man who retired comfortably at age 30 spends each year to get by - Yahoo Finance

I hope Clixsense can do the same thing for me. I can retire at very young age. I am sick of tired working making someone get richer.


Why is your stats remaining the same since 31 Oct 2007

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#7 by Nikorj » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:32

davidbugs wrote: Charez you have to start slow first.

Wer'e slowly being worked to death by our governments David.

In Denmark it's now 70,5 years for full retirement pension, 60 if you're a poiltician.

Is it not about 66 years in the US ?? (Correct me if i'm wrong)


Wouldn't be surprised if it's 75 in 5 years from now.
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#8 by Charez » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:35

davidbugs wrote: Charez you have to start slow first.


Nah, i think you reached your max level
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#9 by Charez » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:38

zegon wrote: And Bill gates have'nt retire yet, mabye he need 2 earn more Money first.

davidbugs ; what r u going 2 do everyday if u retire so young, all u friend's r on their work.

I retire when i was 61 and it is sometimes hard 2 fill the day, when i is alone and all my friend's r working.

It not so funny 2 surf on Internet, look at Movie's / YouTube and play Xbox all the day long.

Have you ever think about to be volunteer in a charity association ? Just once or twice a week it can be good for senior people
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#10 by Nikorj » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:49

charez wrote:
zegon wrote: And Bill gates have'nt retire yet, mabye he need 2 earn more Money first.

davidbugs ; what r u going 2 do everyday if u retire so young, all u friend's r on their work.

I retire when i was 61 and it is sometimes hard 2 fill the day, when i is alone and all my friend's r working.

It not so funny 2 surf on Internet, look at Movie's / YouTube and play Xbox all the day long.

Have you ever think about to be volunteer in a charity association ? Just once or twice a week it can be good for senior people

Maybe there's a good reason For his/her retirement (Ever thought of that??)
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#11 by Charez » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:52

Senior people need to find occupations/hobby when they retire (Ever thought of that??) Lot of senior people become volunteer in a charity association
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#12 by ashleyam » Thu Feb 25, 2016 18:55

Here is an idea buy a lottery ticket :lol:
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#13 by tasman1 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 19:15

Once i am fully retired i will not have a money problem .All i must do is to find nice place under the bridge and rubbish bin from some rich person
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#14 by sweetpie3000 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 20:42

I want to retired so I can travel around the world. I do not want to deal with people. I am prefer to stay at home. So no one ever bother me. You never create any problem in your life. Money will solve your life problem. You have everything you have in your life. You never going be homeless ever in your life.

Being rich. So you keep your money yourself.

I am running away from people. I don't want to create any drama.
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#15 by Darkstar2 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 23:44

davidbugs wrote: How much a man who retired comfortably at age 30 spends each year to get by - Yahoo Finance

I hope Clixsense can do the same thing for me. I can retire at very young age. I am sick of tired working making someone get richer.

I don't think you read the article fully :D. "RETIRING" does not mean "not working". (at least for some - as some people I know who "retired" are working much harder than they did working (employed).

Some people retire but still continue earning or work somehow. This guy retired from his job and is earning $400k from his blog, far more than he earned from his job. So it's easy for someone to say they retire at 30, but he still has money coming in from his hard labour.

My advice to you, if you have a talent or talents exploit them and think big, instead of relying on bread crumbs and btw, living off of ramen noodles is not necessarily a healthy lifestyle, unless they have secret vitamins in them that I don't know of.

You have writing talent why not use them, if you had a youtube channel, blog, I think you could generate a lot of revenues..........(with a bit of coaching :D) and who knows, even with a sponsorship from Ramen noodles :D

Lot of people would PAY to read some of the stuff. Also you could have your own radio show.

Don't look far, Howard Stern - Says crazy sh*t - drives people nuts, makes people angry, and is so controversial - (following me so far, sounds familiar ? :D) he turned that "talent" into cash, and not pocket change but $500million deals, the guy is rich beyond belief and it's amazing but people like that stuff.

Some people have talents but other obstacles preventing them to go far and some have no obstacles but lots of talent that is unused.
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#16 by valerie » Fri Feb 26, 2016 01:44

@Nikorj it varies in the USA based on age. My full retirement is at over 66. Something like 66 years and 2 months. :roll:

@davidbugs I don't know how you can travel and stay away from people all at the same time.
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#17 by Darkstar2 » Fri Feb 26, 2016 04:25

valerie wrote: @Nikorj it varies in the USA based on age. My full retirement is at over 66. Something like 66 years and 2 months. :roll:

@davidbugs I don't know how you can travel and stay away from people all at the same time.

Travel to other planets :lol:
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#18 by Nikorj » Fri Feb 26, 2016 09:56

charez wrote: Senior people need to find occupations/hobby when they retire (Ever thought of that??) Lot of senior people become volunteer in a charity association

Yeah i know what your'e getting at,And it's a good thing keeping yourself involved and active.

What i've meant was that there could be many reasons for retirement.
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#19 by Darkstar2 » Fri Feb 26, 2016 13:51

Nikorj wrote:
charez wrote: Senior people need to find occupations/hobby when they retire (Ever thought of that??) Lot of senior people become volunteer in a charity association

Yeah i know what your'e getting at,And it's a good thing keeping yourself involved and active.

What i've meant was that there could be many reasons for retirement.

I hate the word retirement - I can never see myself retire, I want to work my tail off until they transport me to my grave :D But in my case it won't be slaving 9 to 5 for some ungrateful you know what :D
Some people are retired but still work and still earn.

I cannot picture myself retiring and sitting on a reclining chair sulking and watching Family feud whilst eating scones and drinking tea ! :D

The guy retired from his work, he's 30, he's obviously still occupied and working and earning money, otherwise he would not have retired in the first place.

Some people are FORCED to retire for other reasons (health reasons) that is unfortunate.

I think work keeps the brain healthy. Idle is no good !

Also davidbugs, I would like to produce your radioshow, let me know if you are interested ! :)
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#20 by Nikorj » Fri Feb 26, 2016 15:57

I don't even have to worry about retirement w.full pension.

I'm born after 1975,So that means i'll have to be 70,5 before that happen's.

By that time it's probably raised to 105, As long as you're alive in a medical sense,There's no need for slacking off.


Get to work great-great grandfather :D
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