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Old 03-02-2023, 07:34 AM
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Let me chip in with our finance situation

Me and wife are 52 this year. We are fortunate to be gainfully employed with global MNC ever since we graduated

Managed to paid up 2 private properties

Stay in $2.5 mil
Rental $1.6 mil

CPF all accounts $1.5 mil
Cash and stocks $1 mil

We intend to work till 55 and then retire happily after that

Life is good. We are contented.
i really hope life is good because posting this at 4am tells me otherwise.



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i really hope life is good because posting this at 4am tells me otherwise.
what makes you think that i am posting this from Singapore? Maybe i am reading this forum from abroad?

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Thanks for sharing. You have done well. Congratulations!

Im 54. I did well too. I retired 10 years ago.

Life is good.


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Let me chip in with our finance situation

Me and wife are 52 this year. We are fortunate to be gainfully employed with global MNC ever since we graduated

Managed to paid up 2 private properties

Stay in $2.5 mil
Rental $1.6 mil

CPF all accounts $1.5 mil
Cash and stocks $1 mil

We intend to work till 55 and then retire happily after that

Life is good. We are contented.

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what makes you think that i am posting this from Singapore? Maybe i am reading this forum from abroad?
your ip address geo location is literally "Singapore" lol but ok...
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Thanks for sharing. You have done well. Congratulations!

Im 54. I did well too. I retired 10 years ago.

Life is good.
You retired in your 40s! Thats an early retirement! You are the most successful person in this forum!
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Old 04-02-2023, 11:40 AM
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37, M
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sometimes i wonder if these people are actual people posting, you guys type like fking bots
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Old 04-02-2023, 08:53 PM
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Our life on this earth is limited. The max is about 85 years. If you have enough money to sustain a simple life, you can retire. Theres no need to work and accumulate more and more wealth. Imagine you work until 70 years old to accumulate millions and then suddenly die at 75. You only retire for 5 years after studying and working for 70 years. Your children will enjoy your millions and they can retire in their early 30s. Time is the most precious resource we have in our limited life. Not money. Not wealth. Live your life meaningfully.
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Our life on this earth is limited. The max is about 85 years. If you have enough money to sustain a simple life, you can retire. Theres no need to work and accumulate more and more wealth. Imagine you work until 70 years old to accumulate millions and then suddenly die at 75. You only retire for 5 years after studying and working for 70 years. Your children will enjoy your millions and they can retire in their early 30s. Time is the most precious resource we have in our limited life. Not money. Not wealth. Live your life meaningfully.
How much passive income is required per month in order to retire? Assuming meals at mostly from coffeeshop, no car and stay in hdb.
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Our life on this earth is limited. The max is about 85 years. If you have enough money to sustain a simple life, you can retire. Theres no need to work and accumulate more and more wealth. Imagine you work until 70 years old to accumulate millions and then suddenly die at 75. You only retire for 5 years after studying and working for 70 years. Your children will enjoy your millions and they can retire in their early 30s. Time is the most precious resource we have in our limited life. Not money. Not wealth. Live your life meaningfully.
Very true indeed. Well said.
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