Retirement long way off

Kevin1877uk By Kevin1877uk, 9th May 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1xh-00w9/
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Retirement i may seem a long way off but sooner or later you will, do you have any plans for your retirement, will you still be working and not retiring?

Retirement long way off

Retirement long way off

Let’s face it we all retire at some point, some sooner and soon much later. These days in the UK you can work after national retirement age if you want to and your employer is ok with it.

I’m 50 later this year and retire when I get to 65 although I do know they have put it up to 66 but I think I can still retire at 65. I have a small pension, not much really however with my work online I hope it will be enough.

If I was to write on Wikinut until I retire I would have a large number of posts, maybe 5,000 could be many more. Now I don’t really know how much money I would make with 5,000 posts but I’m sure it would a fair bit. As anyone written that amount of post on Wikinut they maybe be able to say. Then there is all the other work I do online I’m sure it would be ok to live on by then.

I would hope to continue to add more and more continue until my retirement age and with it being online I could very well continue to add more content well after my retirement.. Just think about it for two minutes how much content you could create in 15 years.

I’m sure I will be just fine come retirement that’s if I ever officially retire. Do you have any retirement plans, maybe your hoping like me to have large content online earning you money well into your retirement.

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Content, Money, Online, Retirement, Working

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author avatar Kevin1877uk
I love to be online earning money from different website I'm on. I think it wonderful to share your work to other people around the world.

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
28th May 2014 (#)

Good luck with your pre-retirement plans! If you work hard, you can make it happen -- whatever the "it" is!

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