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A real labour of love

When I retire, you would imagine that I – as a fund manager, stock-market newsletter writer, financial planning business owner, financial educator and long-time stockbroker – will relish managing my own retirement funds in perpetuity.

But when I do retire, in, say, 10 years, assuming I have hit the number I currently estimate I need in retirement funds, the truth is that, like a retiring mechanic, the last thing I will probably want to do when I turn my mind to more leisurely pursuits is to fix my own car. I probably will,

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