Save for retirement early with a 'cradle to grave' approach, says gerontologist

Gerontologist Lily Fu shares her thoughts on retirement and retiring well.

According to gerontologist Lily Fu, most people see retirement as “freedom from working formally at a company from nine-to-five”. In Malaysia, people officially retire at age 60.

“But for those who own their own business, there’s never a ‘correct’ retirement age. You usually work until you pass your company onto your successor,” she says.

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