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Anonymous

28 Jun 2020

What do you think of the plan to save enough to stop working in the 30s, before going back to work in the late 30s to build up money again for retirement?

When you're young, you have the energy but no time and no money. When you're old, you have time and money, but no energy.

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    Malvin Tan WP

    Malvin Tan WP

    28 Jun 2020

    Level 5·Writer at t.me/pwpfpodcast

    Very interesting questions, to be honest i've never thought about this even though i have heard that saying thousands on times. i dont think any novel idea will get accepted easily by people especially if those people are the HR on the other side of the table deciding if they should recruit you or the other guy "who is a much safer" choice. I guess you should specialize in a self-employed kind of niche role. I would add why not have bi-annual year long breaks ? seems like that would strike a balance between "intermittent retirement" whilst staying relevant to the economy

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      Strike a balance. Stay relevant. Be like water. And survive. If you go all in and bet the farm, the likelihood of tragedy is high and risky.

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        I don't think that's a wise idea.

        Firstly, being pragmatic, our earning power peaks in our 30s and ...

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