Retire at 45 - A Realists Guide to Living Your Dreams


Retire at 45 - A Realists Guide to Living Your Dreams ❰Reading❯ ➻ Retire at 45 - A Realists Guide to Living Your Dreams Author Paul Dayton – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Featured in an upcoming issue of IL INTERNATIONAL LIVINGFully updated 2013In today's economy people are seeing their retirement base the principle they are using to fund their future eroding or disapp Featured in an upcoming issue 45 - ePUB ✓ of IL INTERNATIONAL LIVINGFully updated In today's economy people are seeing their retirement base the principle they are using to fund their future eroding or disappearing Retiring early has truly become an impossible dream to many as they struggle to pay house mortgages and medical bills On the other hand retired people are finding themselves forced back to work spending long hours on Retire at PDF \ low paying jobs working midnight shifts just to make ends meet These are tough times whether you live in the UK Germany France Canada the States or other affluent country For those struggling to pay their bills the thought of retiring early is ludicrousAnd then there are the idiots like me gloating that they retired at He got lucky a good paying jobwon the lotteryinherited moneyWrong The fact at 45 - eBook ☆ is for most of us our situation in life is not the issue preventing us from retiring early The issue is fear of the unknown lack of knowledge on what can make an early retirement possible and the government's very persistent message that to be truly successful you have to work work work pay lots of taxes own your dream home and retire with no less than XXX in at 45 - A Realists eBook ¿ your bank account a million is the usual suggested amount for those in Canada or the StatesIs it possible for the average middle aged working Joe and Jane struggling to pay their mortgages retire early as in VERY early and live comfortablyYESI am writing this book to share my experiences with you It has no sales pitches no condos to buy or real estate to invest in there are no seminars to pay for or plans to purchase What it does have is common sense knowledge based on real people's experiences It is honest sometimes brutally so This book does not apply to those who want to get rich uick or those who don't want to work at allIt applies to all those who have worked hard but can't find themselves getting ahead and to those who are young but want to make sensible and relatively painless choices so they can live their dreams Included is help for those struggling seniors who are barely making ends meet and need an alternative and specifics with website links on those who have chosen the expatriate routeHow can it be done What about the medical bills so many are drowning in Is the American dream really the best way to live What alternatives are there How have others done it How did I do it What mistakes have some done along the way How important is it to be financially wealthyAll of these uestions and many will be considered Whether you're or the information contained can give you a realistic guideline to follow as you set your goals for a happy retirementIF YOU ENJOYED THIS BOOK AND LEAVE FEEDBACK ON WHY YOU ENJOYED LET ME KNOW AND YOU CAN HAVE ANY OF MY SELF PUBLISHED FREE books OF YOUR CHOICE books available in this offerAnd You Thought Your Family Was DysfunctionalThe Eye of the IdolPandora's SisterThe Eye of the Idol and Pandora's SisterRetire at A realist's guide to living your dreamsOnce you purchase email me at pauldaytonscifihotmailcom for instructions on how to receive your free book.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 184 pages
  • Retire at 45 - A Realists Guide to Living Your Dreams
  • Paul Dayton
  • English
  • 04 September 2016

About the Author: Paul Dayton

Paul Dayton is an adventurer 45 - ePUB ✓ traveler and volunteer When he's not writing or reading the works of Isaac Asimov and Arthur C Clarke you'll find him on a motorcycle bike or at the top of a mountain.



8 thoughts on “Retire at 45 - A Realists Guide to Living Your Dreams

  1. laura sonnier laura sonnier says:

    BahCh 1 3 were common knowledge stuff with a set of strong OMG the world is ending examples of how things can go wrong to the point it made me depressed The focus should have been positive focusing on how to avoid those pitfalls The rest was basically telling you to be an ex pat

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