A Complete Guide To An Enjoyable Retirement

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Like I pointed out in my earlier publication, many often neglect the future for the now with the anticipation that the future will take care of itself, not knowing that it is only the planned future that takes care of itself.

Take for example, you made your way through school, received your degree and are happy enough to have secured your first full-time job out of school. Probably, you are earning a substantial salary, higher than you have ever earned before and with that comes a rise in disposable income-a lot of TO DOs! Nevertheless, there’s a need to start early enough in planning your future.

 

Whether you’re retiring at the end of your stipulated work life, by a compulsory termination of service, or just looking towards the road ahead, the most important factor to consider is preparedness.

How prepared are you?

There is a need to plan adequately; especially if you find yourself in Nigeria and by extension, Africa. Many African countries do not have a well managed social security programs for the aged or elderly.

 

So, the best advice for you if you desire to retire well in Nigeria is to start NOW! Whether you’re just starting out your work life or late already.

 

One way of ensuring you prepare for your future and life after work(retirement), is by having a savings account mapped out for that. There are dozens of excuses that people use for not saving for retirement, and they all sound good but not better than the fact that they need to save against all odds.

Your life after service deserves attention as much as your life on active service.

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Betty Chigozirim
Betty Chigozirim is a passionate Writer, Editor, Speaker, Poet, Blogger and a bunch of many creative abilities. A trained Information Professional @Abia State University, a Public Speaker/Corporate Presenter and also a Certified Project Management Professional. She is a calculated risk taker with deep tech knowledge on investment, inspiration and lifestyle, with many online and offline publications to her credit. She is a Writer and Editor for Investment Watch; and most of her publications are geared towards inspiring people towards the right investment, Investment Opportunities, Personal Finance, Economy and Investment News. When she's not speaking, writing or exploring any of her creative abilities, you sure can find her reading, conversing with family and friends or finding a solution to a problem for the 13th Billionth time! You can follow/contact Betty by clicking any of the below: