Planning for the “Struggles” of Retirement
Financial planning for retirement is one thing, and executing the most appropriate strategy for drawing Social Security benefits is another, but what’s often overlooked by many folks is the emotional side of the transition to retirement life. To many, that transition brings with it some sense of “struggling” to find balance in a new way of life. Acquiring a new self-identity after concluding a lifetime career can be challenging for many folks, and can lead to anxieties and a feeling of detachment as the search for footing unfolds. If this type of scenario describes you, or if you think it might at some point, don’t despair! Help is available, and it can begin by assessing your priorities as you enter the transition.
An article by Forbes contributor
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