Hi, I have been reading the forum for a while but have not posted yet. That will change today. It strikes me as funny how relative certain things are. Here I am thinking about retiring "early" at 61 which is "late" it seems for most forum members.
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I wouldn't worry about relative age. You can retire from some fields, such as the government, earlier than others. In your field, 61 can still be early. The important thing is what works out best for you.
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