Professionals should not be lax about their retirement planning5 min read . Updated: 02 Jul 2019, 09:28 PM IST
- Independent professionals need to have a retirement age in mind and start building a corpus in time
- Unlike salaried employees, independent professionals do not fall under an organized retirement plan
For 47-year-old Vikas Yadav, a Delhi-based chartered accountant, his passion drives him to work every day. While any other working individual would be planning for retirement, which is only a decade away, independent professionals like Yadav have the option of continuing to work even after the age of 58 or 60, which is the retirement age for most government and corporate jobs. “I have no retirement age in mind. I will continue to work for as long as my body permits," said Yadav.
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