A better path to early retirement
Making It Anywhere

I retired at the age of 55 in 1996 and have never regretted a moment of it. By stepping down to a much lower personal income tax margin and by investing with my superannuation lump sum at that time period in the years 1996–2000 to gain interest as the alternative income, the difference, between retirement and working on, was a mere $6 a day after tax.

So had I continued to work in 1996, this $6 a day would have been expended in paying for the parking fees to come to work.

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