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Retirement planning isn’t just about money. At the same time, money helps! Let’s explore the world of encore careers, jobs for seniors and small business success.

What Are the Best Part-Time Jobs for Retirees?
3 years ago

What Are the Best Part-Time Jobs for Retirees?

As the careers that supported us for decades come to an end, many of us are starting to think about jobs for retirees. It’s not just the money that we care about, although this is certainly important! It’s also the sense of purpose that comes from contributing to society in a tangible way. Read More

Is it Worth Having Life Insurance Over 60?
3 years ago

Is it Worth Having Life Insurance Over 60?

For most of our lives, many of us have considered life insurance to be a necessity. Read More

These Are the Worst Retirement Wishes You Can Imagine – Avoid them at All Costs!
3 years ago

These Are the Worst Retirement Wishes You Can Imagine – Avoid them at All Costs!

When it comes to retirement wishes, there are plenty of positive things that you can say. You can talk about the amazing contribution that your friend or coworker has made. You can focus on their passions. You can simply wish them all the best for their next great adventure. At the same time, there are certain retirement wishes that do more harm than good. Read More

What Are the Best Places to Retire for Single Women Over 60?
3 years ago

What Are the Best Places to Retire for Single Women Over 60?

If, like me, you are a single woman in your 60s, you may be thinking about the best places to retire.

Perhaps you are looking for a country with a lower cost of living so that you can make your retirement income stretch farther. Or, maybe you want to find a place that provides opportunities to pursue the passions that you left on the back-burner during other stages of your life. Read More

Finding the Best Places to Retire, Based on Your Lifestyle
3 years ago

Finding the Best Places to Retire, Based on Your Lifestyle

Every year, magazines like Forbes, publish lists of the “best places to retire.” These publications typically look at important factors like the cost of living, safety and climate of each location. But, when you think about it, the question “what is the best place to retire?” isn’t really fair. Why? Read More

The Art of Semi-Retirement Overseas – Combining Fun in the Sun with Productive Work
3 years ago

The Art of Semi-Retirement Overseas – Combining Fun in the Sun with Productive Work

As we reach our 60s, many of us are asking “what’s next for me?” It’s a great question! Unfortunately, it’s also incredibly broad. It represents the general feeling of angst that many of us feel about the future, but, it isn’t terribly actionable. Read More

4 Things No-On Tells You about Retiring Abroad Until It’s Too Late
3 years ago

4 Things No-On Tells You about Retiring Abroad Until It’s Too Late

If you are thinking about retiring abroad, you probably have a pretty good picture in your mind of what life in another country will be like. You’ve done your homework, scouring the Internet for information about healthcare costs, climate and culture. Read More

Buying Property Abroad in Retirement – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
3 years ago

Buying Property Abroad in Retirement – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Many women in the Sixty and Me community dream of buying property abroad. Perhaps you imagine spending the best decades of your life on a vineyard in the south of Italy. Or, maybe you would prefer to own a small apartment in a high-rise building in Panama City. Read More

3 Unexpected Benefits of Working in Retirement – It’s Not Just About Money
3 years ago

3 Unexpected Benefits of Working in Retirement – It’s Not Just About Money

Why would you even consider working in retirement? After all, most people think about retirement as being a time to take a well-deserved break. After decades of hard work, we look forward to pursuing our passions, spending time with our family and, if we can afford it, traveling. Read More

3 Reasons to Consider Working After Retirement that Have Nothing to Do with Money
3 years ago

3 Reasons to Consider Working After Retirement that Have Nothing to Do with Money

Many women over 60 are working after retirement. There is often a financial reason for continuing to work after the traditional retirement age, whether it’s to pay medical bills, to make retirement savings last longer, or to adjust to life after a divorce. Working after retirement “just because we need the money” often creates a sense of regret that something is being missed. Read More