Your hard work is finally paying off and there is more time on your side for doing the things you love. It’s time to start thinking about what your next phase could look like and what you could do now for your dream future.
Volunteering can be addictive. Just ask Sue Morgan. In 2012, she quit her job as a school principal and left for Cambodia, to work with the poorest of the poor. Four years later, she’s running her own not-for-profit.
In the late 1960s Phil Chegwidden was a teenager fully absorbed in the hippy culture sweeping the globe. Now, at 64, he should be getting ready to retire but instead has embarked on a new career - with a mobile speakeasy bar.
When it comes to deciding to set yourself up in a self managed superannuation fund (SMSF), this statement has never been more profound, says Bryan Ashenden Acting Head of Advice Strategies and Knowledge at BT.