After working all those years, the day has finally come for you to retire. You fill out your paperwork, your co-workers throw you a part, and finally you say your goodbyes. Now what?
You may decide to retire at 62 because you can start collecting Social Security at that age and you feel ready to move on to a new stage in life. Medicare is the government health care program for people age 65 and older and people younger than 65 with certain disabilities.
When was the last time you got a do-over? Maybe you took a mulligan in your last game of golf, or you had the chance to revamp a project at work for better results. Unfortunately, financial mulligans are few and far between, and are almost nonexistent when it comes to retirement.
Retirement is an exciting time for most people; it means more time to relax and spend time doing hobbies you enjoy. However, not everyone looks forward to retirement. Once your full-time income disappears or lessens, it can be really scary if you haven’t saved enough to live comfortably
While retirement is supposed to be a relaxing reward after decades of work, it can only become that if you put in some planning ahead of time. No matter how far away that retirement date seems, it pays to be thinking about these 5 things now.
It’s important for older people to remain social and active in order to avoid boredom or loneliness, and perhaps more importantly, to help reduce the risk of health problems. Maintaining a hobby is the answer and we have put together a list of our top 10 hobby ideas to help give older people some inspiration.
Turning 65 isn’t entirely pleasant — there are definitely some medical conditions and things happening to your body you’ll want to be aware of. But as long as you prepare properly, you’ll be able to handle whatever comes your way. These are 12 of the things you need to do as soon as you turn 65 years young.
Let’s skip the financials of retirement – the question of whether you will have enough money to allow you to retire. Let’s explore the psychology behind your choice to retire (or not), and the impact it can have on your health and well-being. The key questions here are: Will you be happier retired or working? Will you be psychologically and …
Besides the intrinsic rewards of helping others, volunteering promotes good physical and mental health and helps seniors pursue their passions in retirement. When self-described “little old woman” Maggie Kuhn was forced to retire in 1970, she decided to use her unanticipated free time to found the Gray Panthers, an organization that fights age discrimination and advocates for social and economic …
There are fewer worries when you’re a kid. Your parents provide for all your material and emotional needs. As a person grows old, their needs and wants also grow with them. And finally, when they graduate college, it’s now time to start a life of their own. Looking for the right career that is of great interest to you can …
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