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Retirement Planning

Retirement planning isn’t just about saving money. It’s also about making sure that you have the skills, passive income and passions to get the most from life after retirement.

Finding the Best Places to Retire, Based on Your Lifestyle
1 year 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
1 year 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
1 year 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
1 year 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

Avoid Household Dangers! Create a Home Safety Checklist
2 years ago

Avoid Household Dangers! Create a Home Safety Checklist

When one of your parents had an accident at home, no matter how minor, did you have a minor panic attack? Have you noticed your kids asking you the same questions you asked your parents, with the same concern in their voices? Read More

Retiring Abroad – 7 Reasons Women Are Seeking Their Dreams Overseas
2 years ago

Retiring Abroad – 7 Reasons Women Are Seeking Their Dreams Overseas

What do you do when you want something more and different than you’re getting in your home country? For an increasing number of 60+ women, the answer is to move overseas.

According to the data we collected through our website, Best Places in the World to Retire, there can be a better life out there, if you are willing to uproot and reinvent yourself as an expat in Belize, Nicaragua or Panama. Read More

Are Boomers Optimistic About their Financial Future? The Answer May Surprise You!
2 years ago

Are Boomers Optimistic About their Financial Future? The Answer May Surprise You!

Let’s start with a simple question. Are baby boomers ready for retirement? In a word, no. If we define “retirement” as an extended period of living off of our savings, baby boomers are most definitely not ready for retirement. In fact, according to a report by Charles Schwab, 43% of baby boomers have saved less than $25,000 for retirement. That’s not small change, but, it’s insignificant compared to the cost of living over 20-30 years. Read More

Why “The Four Hour Workweek” Should be Required Reading for Pre-Retirees
2 years ago

Why “The Four Hour Workweek” Should be Required Reading for Pre-Retirees

By now, you’ve probably already heard of Tim Ferriss, the author of the New York Times Best Seller “The Four Hour Workweek.” If so, you may have the impression that Tim Ferriss’ advice is mostly aimed at people in their 20s and 30s who want to quit their job and travel around the world. Read More

How Comfortable Do You Feel with Your Retirement Savings?
2 years ago

How Comfortable Do You Feel with Your Retirement Savings?

Baby boomers have diverse opinions about what makes the “perfect retirement”. In fact, most of us aren’t planning on retiring at all, at least in a traditional sense. Instead, the majority of baby boomers say that they want to continue to work past retirement age, either in their existing job or by starting a new career. The rest are looking forward to taking a well-deserved break after decades in the workforce. Read More

Paying Off Your Mortgage Early Could Be Making a Mistake
2 years ago

Paying Off Your Mortgage Early Could Be Making a Mistake

Most baby boomers dream of owning their home in retirement. Whether they plan on staying put or moving to a new country, they find the idea of owning their home “free and clear” extremely comforting. Read More