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We aren’t saving enough for the old version of retirement. The only way these new ideas work is if individuals expand their “earning” years and we save substantially more than we are saving currently.
A bond for every baby is a good starting point. It’s a bit of reparations-lite and it is happening at the state and local level.
Clearly the easiest (if not the best) way to improve your level of life satisfaction (happiness) is to reduce your expectations.
No one sends a telegram anymore. The art of the hand-written letter is slowly dying. The medium of our interactions is changing, but friendship remains a dominant variable of wellbeing.
“When we change our perspective about money from a computational exercise to an art form, I think we start making better financial decisions.”
Whatever your age, if you seek financial independence, then there are three things you need:
1. Your independence number
2. A resilient “all-weather” portfolio – what we call a Mindful Portfolio
3. A responsive withdrawal process – what we call Mindful Management
If you are not clear about any of these items, I hope you will join us for our Financial Independence Bootcamp where we will answer each of these questions together.
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