It is well understood that hiring managers primarily choose a candidate based upon a perceived chemistry. How will this candidate fit into our culture? Will I want to be around them for the large amount of time I spend at work?
So much is written about the search for work today. When it comes to finding a job after 50, much of it is helpful, but only some of it is true. Some consists of more myth and misunderstanding than fact.
Times have changed. Few people today think of retirement as being “put out to pasture.” After all, day after day of hitting the golf course probably would get old very quickly. That’s why most people think of retirement as a chance to begin a new chapter in their lives.
The way we conduct business keeps changing and will keep changing. It used to be the golf course was one of the best places to do business outside the office.
The well-dressed home sells fast and for top dollar.
The emergence of staging and makeover services around the country is dictating a need that has been crying out to be met.
Statistically speaking, we know women expect to outlive their husbands.
Harvard Health reported in 2016 that 57% of those ages 65 and up are female, while 67% of those who reach age 85 are women. The average woman lives five years longer than the average man in the U.S.
When retirement is already a fact, it is too late to talk about saving money. What do you do then? Financial advisor Allan Roth has some practical strategies that he’s going to share with us today. Enjoy the show!
The years before retirement are especially important for making decisions about our spending habits, investments and other financial issues. Where do we begin? Join us in discussion with financial advisor Allan Roth, who will give us some pointers on being wise when creating our retirement plan. Enjoy the show!