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Why It's Never Too Early To Plan For Your Retirement

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If you’re in your 20s or are even younger, have you started thinking about your retirement?

And if you’re in your 30s or 40s, what would you tell your younger self if you could turn back time?

Here’s a look at how much you’ll need if you plan to retire at age 55 or 64:

And this is just to meet your basic needs…

How much do you think you’ll need if you wish to retire in comfort?

Read on to find out why it’s never too early to start planning for your retirement and how to future proof while you still have a job.

 

 

 


This article first appeared on The Woke Salaryman and is part of a content syndication agreement between The Woke Salaryman and Seedly.

For this series of comics that are related to all things personal finance, the Seedly team worked closely with The Woke Salaryman to bring you useful sh*t which you can apply to your everyday life.

The Woke Salaryman is the brainchild of a Singapore-based duo that aims to help people reach financial independence early. It is the quintessential page for people living in Singapore who earn the median salary and didn’t inherit their fortunes from their parents.

If you have any questions with regard to personal finance and retiring early, feel free to discuss them with the friendly Seedly Community!

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