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Life After Retirement

Life after retirement is a complicated time. Not only do you have to worry about your retirement savings, but, you also need to find meaning in your life. Here are some retirement ideas to help you get more from the best years of your life.

4 days ago

Why Redundancy Can Be a Blessing in Disguise

Being made redundant can be difficult financially and emotionally. Some people may experience feelings of grief and loss, and worry about where to turn next. It’s also normal to feel a loss of control, which can be unsettling…

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6 days ago

Retirement Is Awful! 3 Tips to Get You on the Positive Side of That Experience

Everyone has complaints about their work, and often, retirement seems an idyllic time of freedom from schedules and appointments with far fewer responsibilities. But, as with all phases of life, there are good and bad facets…

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2 weeks ago

Do You Give Yourself Permission to Live?

It’s likely that by your sixth decade, you’ve experienced at least one life event that shook you to the core. It was perhaps significant enough to divide life into two parts: the before and the after. It sent you reeling. Perhaps you’ve lost a spouse…

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3 weeks ago

Second Home: An Investment and Income Opportunity

The decision to purchase a second home triggers a host of follow-up decisions, many of them financial. Of course, there is the question of how to pay for the home and the many ongoing costs of owning a real estate asset. That huge subject…

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4 weeks ago

Create a Peaceful Transition from Work to Personal Time

In today’s fast-paced world, where the line between work and personal life often blurs, the art of transitioning between the two has never been more crucial. With the demands of life, it’s easy to overlook the importance of carving out a peaceful transition…

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1 month ago

Second Home: Fractional Ownership In Depth

As noted in my previous Sixty and Me blog, fractional ownership (FO) is a newer (and increasingly popular) way to afford a second home. In an FO arrangement, a buyer purchases one or more shares, representing a percentage of the ownership…

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1 month ago

8 Steps for Creating Your Own Road Map for Your 60s and Beyond

For the first 60 years or so of our lives, we are on a well-marked super highway with plenty of directional signs. Graduate from High School. Go to College. Choose a career. Earn money. Buy a house, have a car, create a life. Maybe find a spouse…

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1 month ago

Don’t Let Busyness Keep You from Embracing Life

Have you ever ended the day having not done something you had told yourself you wanted to because you were “too busy?” This is part 2 of a three-article series about common ways we hold ourselves back from living the life we truly desire…

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2 months ago

What Constitutes a Full Day at this Stage of the Game?

It’s been a year now since I’ve been fully retired. Every morning when I was working (even on my days off), I would wake up and walk through the list in my head of what I needed to get accomplished that day. I loved my career, yet I still began…

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2 months ago

Second Home: Partial or Full Ownership?

When thinking of a second home, most people probably think about purchasing a property with only their name (or together with a spouse) on the title and the mortgage. However, there is also the option of partial ownership, where multiple people…

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