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Mick Jagger was in his twenties (when he was in the photo) when he announced to his accountant that he needed a pot of money for his retirement because he would not sing past 60.

Revealed: Sir Mick Jagger, 76, started to retire in his 20s & 20s and found the idea of ​​being a rock star after the age of 60 to be ridiculous & # 39;

  • Rolling Stones star spoke to his accountant about a pension when he was in his twenties
  • Said he wouldn't sing & # 39; rock & # 39; n & # 39; roll age 60 & # 39; – although he still sings
  • It has also been shown that Jagger loves business and considered taking out insurance
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The image of Mick Jagger as a king of sex, drugs and rock & roll is somewhat tempered – due to the revelation he was already planning a retirement in the mid-twenties.

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The Rolling Stones star announced to his accountant that he needed a pot of money to retire because he would not sing more than 60 – a prediction that was far behind, as he is now 76 and shows no signs of quitting.

It has also been found that & # 39; very smart & # 39; Jagger, who studied at the London School of Economics, was fascinated by business and was once regarded as a career in the insurance industry.

Mick Jagger was in his twenties (when he was in the photo) when he announced to his accountant that he needed a pot of money for his retirement because he would not sing past 60.

Mick Jagger was in his twenties (when he was in the photo) when he announced to his accountant that he needed a pot of money for his retirement because he would not sing past 60.

He now got 76 that prediction that turned out to be far from the target and shows no signs of stopping. Jagger is seen yesterday with Ronnie Wood in Houston

He now got 76 that prediction that turned out to be far from the target and shows no signs of stopping. Jagger is seen yesterday with Ronnie Wood in Houston

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He now got 76 that prediction that turned out to be far from the target and shows no signs of stopping. Jagger is seen yesterday with Ronnie Wood in Houston

The insights into the character of Jagger came from Lawrence Myers, an accountant who founded a music company, who wrote a report about his career entitled Hunky Dory (Who Knew?).

Shared in a passage with The Guardian, Myers remembered a chat with Jagger as he entered the path to stardom.

& # 39; We started chatting, started talking about pensions, & # 39; he remembered. & # 39; (Mick) said, "Lawrence, after all, I'm not going to sing rock & # 39; n & # 39; roll when I'm 60."

& # 39; We have been roaring. It was just a ridiculous thought that a young man would sing rock & roll when he was 60. Needless to say, he went beyond 60 and he created his own pension. & # 39;

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Sir Mick recently underwent heart surgery, but was quickly back on stage.

He has collected an estimated fortune of £ 260 million.

Accountant Lawrence Myers remembered a conversation he had with Jagger as he entered the path to stardom. & # 39; We started chatting, started talking about pensions, & # 39; he remembered

Accountant Lawrence Myers remembered a conversation he had with Jagger as he entered the path to stardom. & # 39; We started chatting, started talking about pensions, & # 39; he remembered

Accountant Lawrence Myers remembered a conversation he had with Jagger as he entered the path to stardom. & # 39; We started chatting, started talking about pensions, & # 39; he remembered

Sir Mick recently underwent heart surgery, but was quickly back on stage. He has collected an estimated fortune of £ 260 million

Sir Mick recently underwent heart surgery, but was quickly back on stage. He has collected an estimated fortune of £ 260 million

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Sir Mick recently underwent heart surgery, but was quickly back on stage. He has collected an estimated fortune of £ 260 million

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