There is a topic that is taboo among men.
And their wife often brings up to them.
“Can I be a stay at home mom?” “Can I enjoy a Tai Tai lifestyle?”
To men, a lot of times this is out of consideration. Except for the rare few that actually considered it seriously, planned it, and tried to execute it. (Read How a Singapore couple juggles having $2 million retirement goal and letting a spouse stay at home)
The cost of living has gone up so much that, on the surface, not having two income seems impossible for survival. If you do not have a dual income, you can’t even save adequately for retirement.
This week, I read this research piece on Why Two Incomes Aren’t Always Better Than One on Kitces.com.
I read with glee, hoping for some figures that challenge my thinking that …