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No one lies on their death bed and says "I wish I would have worked more". - gcr


I don't mind working a little bit in retirement. It is a small company with less than 30 employees, all people I have known for years and like (most of them). I can more or less set my own schedule and put in one or two days work spread over the entire week. It gives me access to a group health plan and also provides me with some social engagement as well as a chance to exercise my spreadsheet skills.

So I guess I am saying, the appeal of working in retirement varies by individual and is a lot easier when you really don't need the income.
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