Is a “Second-Act” in Your Retirement Plan?
With a reported 39% of men age 65 to 69 continuing in the workforce in their retirement years (30% for women), many are realizing the benefits and satisfaction that comes from staying active and productive. Whether it’s volunteer work, a part-time professional position, or something unrelated to a former career, having something that makes use of whatever one’s talents and skills are can be quite rewarding. But how to you create that “Second Act?” Kiplinger Associate Editor Mary Kane offers some tips in a post on www.kiplinger.com. Check it out here…
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