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Have you ever trailed a path you have never been on before? I am sure it would seem to you as if
the road was farther than it actually is because it is unfamiliar and a new road to you. So is this journey
of uncertainty for the retirees. It is a new road you have never traveled on before, those end of the
month salary alerts you received in your account are gone, the little tips, side allowances and benefits all
over. It would seem so scary, cannot be budgeted and you would even almost feel as though you would
not survive as some workers would feel if payment of their salary is being delayed.
This &;money gist&39; is actually one of the scariest things after . I believe you my readers are
not one of those who are fearful but rather those who would take planned and calculated steps into
financial certainty. After retirement, every retiree is given a certain &39;lump sum&39;. With the lump sum you
could invest money into any profitable and credible business. When planning and aiming for this,
carefully take note of the following;
1) Avoid Investing In Ponzi Schemes
Do not rush into ponzi schemes that we call &39;fast fast&39; (hyperbole for speed) because it would only lead
you to &39;fast fast&39; loss. These schemes usually look very enticing but the danger they present ahead is
tremendous. The most devastating part of ponzi schemes is that when you lose your money, there is
absolutely nobody to be held responsible.
2) You Can Start Small
Whatever amount it is you have to invest, always remember to start small, otherwise, that money you
thought you once had would amount to ‘NOTHING&39; within a very short time. The secret of money is that
if it is not put to work, it would never grow nor remain static, but would rather diminish till you will end
up with nothing. Finally, be very cautious of the activities of emergency financial experts who must have
carefully positioned themselves to rid you of your retirement fund at the slightest opportunity.
Though your new monthly income might not amount to as much as you used to receive while in Service,
that would gradually increase with time as you gain more expertise in whatever you’ve invested into.
Have you ever sown a seed and expect it to grow to a tree the following day? With proper nurturing,
discipline and patience, that which was once small may even become more than what you received
while in SAervice.
On this beautiful note, I would step aside on this page. Hope to meet you on the page of the part 2 and
the concluding part of this discussion. You would not want to miss out.

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