Travel is the big ticket item on most retirees must do lists. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Australians love travelling with 9.8 million of us departing for overseas destinations last year on a short stay. We love visiting New Zealand, Indonesia (Bali), United States of America and Britain.
Noel Edwards reveals how he Mastered his Investing style
As we get closer to retirement we are also probably getting closer to having more spare time. The kids have grown up, left home and we are rambling around in that big empty nest. We are no longer having to
Australians are not used to paying for help. We have that inbuilt sense of we can have a go ourselves. It’s a great attitude and has gotten us far. We have all seen these get rich quick schemes with big bucks to be made out of property renovating. However the truth of the matter is that it is hard to make good
Life is a Journey of self discovery. The older I get the more I learn. One of the things in particular is the fact that too often, it’s not until we reach retirement age that we get to spend time doing what we want to do instead of what we have to do. Retirement age has given me the opportunity to read and delve into areas and topics that I would have never previously considered. I have started looking at those big questions. Questions like, why is it that some
Ann Babiarz, an investor, a coach and author of the book, ‘Up’, shares her Investing success tips. Believe it or not it starts by creating a road map for your life. Life is a journey and when we go on a journey we need a plan. Ann explains why an investing strategy needs to be congruent with your life and values. I found this as you will see a most interesting discussion particularly the Harvard study.