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Published on June 20th, 2014 | by Peter Young

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A Self Employed Eco-Handyman’s Quick Guide To Retirement

If  you’re the do-it-yourself type of person, then odds are that may have been the way you approached your professional career. You’ve struck out on your own and carved your own path, followed your own rules and been your own boss. You’ve charged yourself with the task of making the world a greener place, and did so one lightbulb, tank bag and air conditioner at a time. You’re a contractor with an eco-focus, and to you sustainability is more than just protecting plants and natural resources. It’s a way of life, impacting everything you do. From the products you purchase and install in people’s homes to the investments you make. It’s all about re-use, re-purpose and recycle.

But what do you do when it’s over, and you’ve decided to retire? What is the best way to invest your hard earned money and protect your assets? How do you make your retirement something sustainable and affordable? For many people the thought of handling their own retirement is just too scary. Though they’ve never feared that leak in the toilet or the drain that needed clearing, the decisions around retirement are a different story.

The folks over at Contractor Financials are prepared to help you handle all those questions surrounding retirement and more. They’ve  already helped over 11,000 freelance contractors achieve their financial goals and are helping more every day. Like you, they believe that a unique solution is appropriate for just about every situation, and that the cookie cutter approach just doesn’t work. So if you’re the type of person who enjoys a personal touch, speak with someone over at Contractor Financials and retire the same way you worked; on your own terms.

This post was generously sponsored by Contractor Financials.





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About the Author

graduated from Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) with a degree in journalism and has made sustainability and eco-conscious living mainstays of both his professional and personal life. It was during his time at PLU that he began his journey with sustainability and it's what has led him to writing for Green Living Ideas. He currently resides in Honolulu and works for Pono Home, an energy efficiency company focused on reducing carbon emissions and promoting a healthier, greener lifestyle.



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