Retire on Social Security
Are you going to be one of those who pay careful attention to your quarterly letter from Social Security? (if you are not old enough to be getting one, just wait.)
- Letting you know what your benefits will be.
- Trying to decide “Should I retire at 62, 65, or 66 1/2 to get the most out of the system?”
- Decide whether it would be better for you or your spouse to retire first to maximize your check.
Are you one of those people- who pay attention to articles such as this one at Yahoo Money, “5 Places to Retire on Social Security“?
Are you one of those people-worried about having to choose between buying meds, meals, or cat food on your social security check?
Are you one of those people-who argue and worry about whether your money taken out of your check for social security will ever get back to you?
Are you one of those people- concerned about your quality of life, when you retire.
My goal here at The Millionaire Nurse Blog, is to help you not give a damn about Social Security!
You will be in charge of your retirement, not the government.
But this won’t happen without your making up your mind that you are going to change your relationship with money, today!!!!
What Can You do to not need Social Security?
- Begin to make debt your enemy, and decide not to spend without a plan. Remember your ultimate financial and personal goals.
- Get on the same page as your partner/spouse regarding your finances.
- If you are one of those who have trouble managing your money, then grow up-you need to take care of you!
Let me help:
- Sign up to get my free ebook, and get started with its money saving tips.
- Buy my book, The Millionaire Nurse, and start learning how to manage your money.
- Sign up for my newsletter, and look out for new products to help you get control of your financial life!
Do you think you will need Social Security when you retire, or will that be your vacation fund?
Do you think Social Security will still be around when you hit retirement age?
Do you want to have to think about where your small check will last the longest or live where you WANT to live?