When it comes to retirement, we tend to think of things in black and white. In one stage, you’re working, and the next, you’re retired. Depending on what age you retire, this isn’t always the case. There are times when you find yourself in what’s called “the grey zone” of retirement.
In this episode, podcast host Wes Moss explains the Grey Zone of retirement for an early retiree. Retiring sooner can be a dream, but if you retire young enough to get a second career or transition job, then you should do so to ease into living off of your savings. Wes also shares a tool that he uses to navigate the zone and reviews the five steps for retiring sooner.
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