Lots of retirement advice & retirement ideas from Wendy, your Retirement Guide, AND retirees worldwide who have "been there and done that" already!
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I shall be retiring next year (2016) and don't have a worthy clue what to do post-retirement or how I would respond to the stateless state... Well meaning
I was out of work on 12-28-13 from a grocery chain which went out of business. Was only 3 months from a pension, so I just retired at 60 and drew a pension.
A positive start always ends at a peaceful and loving ending. Hi, so great to be back from my victorious journey of motivational Life's Threesome Story
This was a Facebook Post by Ken McArthur and I asked for permission to post here. Please read to the end -- and if you are someone who is at the end of
Hi I retired in December and I am 60. My husband retired in January and he is 62. We always wanted to retire early and our last employer we worked for
Growing up in a home of struggle and poverty, taught me one great lesson, and that is to fight for what you believe in. Walking the difficult road of
I was forced into retirement, but had been thinking about it anyway when it happened. At first, I was glad to be free from a difficult employer. Seems
I just had my 63rd bday. I guess I am Dave 2 from CA. I retired from the military 20 yeas ago and retired from the local government agency in 2013. Loving
My husband and I would like to go to a another state for an easier lifestyle, were not happy with the area we live in, its not changing for the good, not
When i gets time to put in for medicare at 65 has anyone also used aflac for the parts instead of the parts? for me this is so confusing. i pay out
As a author of non-fiction stories and poems, I believe that retirement does not mean one is tired and over the wall. Retired and having the knowledge
I've been a member of this general group for quite a while. I also go to the local dogparks regularly to bring my dogs and I listen to retired people there.
I certainly have said my share of goodbyes in my life.....to many in fact to number or remember. My first goodbye was my paternal grandfather, probably
When your retirement becomes inevitable, either from voluntary choosing your date for leaving your life's work or by having that date forced upon you through
My husband, Jack, lived for nearly ten years after he was diagnosed with Stage Four cancer in 1999. However, he chose not to have chemo after the first