Second Innings - EMPTY NEST... WHAT NEXT?

The Bucket List

No, You are definitely not thinking of 'kicking the bucket'. It's about all the things you
wanted in your retirement.
 
Hi I am Hari and we are NOT talking about kicking the bucket here..but ticking the bucket list. The hard work is done and there is still a lot of life to enjoy. You learned a long time ago that enjoyment costs money. And then there are people..children, grandchildren, family, friends who are such an important part of your future....people who deserve to be happy with some help from you. More happiness, unfortunately, costs even more money. So what do you need?

You will need a steady cash flow (money in/money out) to fund a comfortable lifestyle because, as Cato said, Cessation of work is not accompanied by cessation of expenses.

Need a steady cash flow (money in/money out) to fund a comfortable lifestyle because, as Cato said, Cessation of work is not accompanied by cessation of expenses.
How much income/cash flow can I reasonably expect? What are my priorities? Do I spend it all or leave some behind? How do I manage my bucket list?


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