My dad made a lot of currency so I will also get some from that estate, so I am not easily sad about how I am going to subsist when I am an seasoned geezer
I will collect $950 a month at age 62 or if I wait till I’m 70 then I could get $1650 a month. What would you choose if you were approaching the age of 62? I suppose 950 is not a lot of currency each month, however with mostly-free healthcare as well as residing overseas where it is much cheaper to subsist, that 950 goes a lot further, however and if I wait till I am 70, if I even live so long, chances are good that the SS benefits won’t even be around anymore. I also get a small pension from the local AC supplier I worked for the past 20 years doing heating as well as cooling repairs as well as service. I kind of feel sorry for kids just entering the workforce now, because it seems that most likely they won’t have any benefits at all when they hit 65ish. Maybe running your own local company would help because you can keep running it after retiring by having another local Heating as well as A/C tech run the company for you so you have some residual income. My dad made a lot of currency so I will also get some from that estate, so I am not easily sad about how I am going to subsist when I am an seasoned geezer. I think my dad’s Heating as well as A/C company was worth over 5 million bucks when he died, which is mainly from selling central Heating as well as A/C systems as well as smart temperature controls for numerous years. I feel blessed that he made currency because chasing my dream of being a musician is not going to make myself and others very rich, at least in dollars.