More and more people are choosing to work into their traditional retirement years.
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Whether it’s a necessity or a choice, many people of traditional retirement age work. Some continue in their careers, others take part-time jobs to stay busy or make a bit of extra income and some take their hobbies and turn them into money makers because they love it.
Those who don’t work are still redefining the idea of retirement through rewarding volunteer work www.createthegood.org with local nonprofits or abroad with groups like Peace Corps. No matter what path is taken, it appears that today’s retirees are changing the very definition of retirement; and curious to see what’s next in their lives.
Helping People Navigate the New Retirement
Whether you’ll be working or not, there are steps you should take and consider as you move closer to your “golden years.” Many people don’t realize that you need about your mental health nearly as much as your financial health. Do you have a strong social network? What will take you out of the house once you step away from the 9 to 5?
AARP Nevada offers free in-person and online seminars offering the 10 Steps to Make Sure You Are Ready for Retirement. Join AARP’s Financial Security team for a free, online, interactive seminar on making the most of your retirement, from your finances to your personal time. Join us Tuesday, June 12 at 4:00 p.m. PDT. Register for this free webinar.
Work with a Nevada group or organization that might be interested in a local seminar? Contact us at email@example.com. We’re looking for additional venues to host our one-and-a-half hour in-person presentations.